The University of Connecticut maintains a reciprocal tuition agreement with the following New England Land Grant Institutions:
- University of Rhode Island
- University of Maine at Orono
In-state tuition is extended to the dependent children of eligible employees at the above two institutions, who are enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at the University of Connecticut.
In-state tuition is extended to the dependent children of eligible employees at the University of Connecticut, who are enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at the University of Rhode Island or the University of Maine at Orono.
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- The program is made available to the dependent children of faculty and non-teaching unclassified staff, who are on the regular payroll at their institution.
- The employee must be employed a minimum of 50%.
- The student must be the dependent child of an eligible university employee as defined by the IRS rules of dependency.
- The student must be matriculating into an undergraduate program.
- The benefit applies to Fall & Spring semesters only.
- The benefit allows for the waiver of out-of-state tuition only. Students are expected to pay the in-state tuition cost along with any additional fees charged.
- UConn employees must submit a separate e-mail request to the Provost’s Office for each child, in advance of each semester, to participate in the benefit.
General University fees; or any other fees.
Intersession, summer session, and laboratory classes.
Additional Fast Facts
- The program is available to the dependent children of faculty and non-teaching, unclassified staff, employed 50% or more, who are on the regular payroll at their institutions (e.g. University of Connecticut, University of Maine, and the University of Rhode Island).Dependent children of eligible University of Connecticut employees may attend the University of Rhode Island or the
- University of Maine at Orono at those institution’s in-state tuition rates.
- Dependent children of eligible University of Rhode Island and University of Maine employees may attend the University of Connecticut at the in-state tuition rate.
- Only undergraduate level coursework is covered.
Fall Semester – June 1
Spring Semester – November 1
Students register at the University in which they are enrolled. Each semester the employee must contact the Provost’s Office to obtain a letter requesting the tuition assistance from the University with the reciprocal in-state tuition agreement.
Storrs-based employees should contact:
University of Connecticut
Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
352 Mansfield Road, Unit 1086
Storrs, CT 06269
Health Center employees should contact:
University of Connecticut Health Center
Department of Human Resources, MC 4035
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06034-4035