The journey of the institution towards becoming what it is known today as the University of Hartford, started in the year 1957 by the merging of the Hartford Art School, Hillyer College, and The Hartt School. And over the years, the institution has grown to become a well renowned one, with 82 bachelor’s degree programs, 10 associate degrees, 28 graduate degrees, and 7 certificates or diplomas. The university is a private university in West Hartford, Connecticut, United States of America. Currently, the University of Hartford has more than 6,000 full-time and part-time graduate and undergraduate students. And in its bid to help students, some financial aid programs and scholarships has been established.
ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP: HAWK INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
Once you complete your application, provide all academic records, and English Testing results you will be considered for partial tuition scholarships that range in value from $10,000 to $23,000.
PERFORMING ARTS SCHOLARSHIP: MUSIC, DANCE, AND THEATRE (HARTT SCHOOL APPLICANTS ONLY)
Once you complete your application and provide all academic records, English Testing results and your specific Audition Video you will be considered for partial tuition scholarships that range in value up to full tuition.
ARTISTIC MERIT SCHOLARSHIP: FINE ARTS (HARTFORD ART SCHOOL APPLICANTS ONLY)
Once you complete your application and provide all academic records, English Testing results and your Art Portfolio you will be considered for partial tuition scholarships that range in value up to full tuition.
International Students are eligible.
- Students must have high school certificates with a good academic records.
- Applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program.
Requirements/ Application Procedure:
- If you are applying to one of their undergraduate programs, you can complete your application through the online application portal
- Supporting Documents: Applicants must submit all the supporting documents
- An official transcript of the secondary school record; official college transcripts, if any.
- ACT or SAT scores (optional, see test-optional policy below). The University of Hartford CEEB code 003436.
- A letter of recommendation is required for admission and can be completed by one of your high school teachers or your counselor. The letter can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or returned to the following address: University of Hartford Office of Admission 200 Bloomfield Avenue West Hartford, CT 06117
- Admission Requirements: A candidate for admission to the University of Hartford must be a graduate of, or student who will be graduated from, an accredited secondary school, or must have passed a state secondary school equivalency examination.
- Language Requirement: If you are able to meet only the score requirement you will be considered for admission to our English Language Institute.
- IELTS – 6.5
- TOEFL – 80 IBT
Note: If you will be attending UHart as a fulltime undergraduate on the F-1 visa you will be automatically considered for an academic merit-based scholarship.