The world is your classroom

Join a highly ranked university with an inclusive community close to two famous cities, New York City and Boston.

Your studies

Hartford University offers a huge range of degree programs and an exceptional level of support. Its structure of seven colleges brings students together from different disciplines to live and learn together on campus. Hartford’s 9:1 student-faculty ratio means students gain personal support from an exceptional faculty.

Life on campus

Hartford has fantastic facilities and prides itself on giving students everything they need to succeed. Its beautiful 350-acre campus is surrounded by green space and features sports facilities, student services, accommodation, restaurants, health services, stores, and study spaces.

The Center for Student Success helps students with one-on-one tutoring and support in study skills, mental health and wellness, career exploration and internships, financial aid and scholarships and Greek life (sororities and fraternities).

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Social life

Hartford is an inclusive community, where students are encouraged to get involved and meet each other through extracurricular activities. Its reputation for excellent student engagement starts with its 100 student organizations, including philanthropic societies, fraternities, and sororities.

You can get involved in traditional American sports here, such as basketball, baseball, soccer, and volleyball. The University’s intermural program has its own leagues, tournaments and playoffs and the Hartford Hawks field 17 NCAA Division 1 teams as members of the America East Conference, so there are plenty of opportunities to get involved in team sports at different levels.

Home life

Undergraduate International Pathway Program (IPP) students will live with a roommate in a double room in the F Complex residence hall. Eight to 10 students live in each suite, with cable TV, high-speed internet connections, laundry facilities, study lounges and air conditioning.
Graduate IPP students, matriculated undergraduate IPP students and students applying directly to the University can choose whether or not to live on campus.

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Tuition & Fees

Undergraduate Pathway Tuition Fees 2019-2020

  Standard Pathway 3-Quarter Extended Pathway 4-Quarter Extended Plus Pathway 5-Quarter
Tuition  $41,971 $48,151 $51,854
Fees*   $691 $908 $1,125
Room & Board   $16,200 $21,600 $27,000
Health Insurance   $677 $902  $1,128
Total   $59,539 $71,561 $81,107

Graduate Pathway Tuition Fees 2019-2020

  CDM Standard Pathway 2-Quarter CDM Extended Pathway 3-Quarter KGSB Standard Pathway 2-Quarter KGSB Extended Pathway 3-Quarter
Tuition  $18,025 $21,620 $20,600 $24,195
Fees*   $420 $610 $420 $610 
Health Insurance   $451 $677 $451 $677 
Total   $18,896 $22,907 $21,471 $25,482 

Additional Costs

UPass Summer Cost per term $86
Fall, Winter, Spring Cost per term $105 
Health Services Per term  $60
Per Semester (Law students)  $81
Athletic Cost per term $25
Student Activity Fee Cost per term $27 
Law Activity Fee $20
  • University fees are given in US Dollars (USD).
  • Prices are estimated and subject to change without notice.
  • For details on all University fees and approximate costs of getting a North American degree, please contact a Student Enrollment Advisor.

Application Deadlines

Fall Semester 2019

Direct Entry
2DADA, AGFVE, VEFA, DP, NAS, NSS, GDD, GDWD (expand with full names)  August 19, 2019
ISC IEP
NAS, NSS (expand with full names)  August 19, 2019

Next start dates

Summer 2020

May

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