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2013­2014

ADMISSION ENROLLMENT FORMS

Welcome to the University of Hartford

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Information Regarding Your Deposit

Enclosed is the Admission Deposit Form, Housing Information, and the Orientation Registration Form. Students are required to submit the appropriate admission deposit along with the orientation form, postmarked on or before May 1, 2013. Deposits will be accepted after May 1st providing that space in classes and housing, if desired are available. The tuition deposit is not refundable. The orientation and housing deposits are refundable only if your withdrawal is requested in writing prior to May 1, 2013. Deposits submitted after May 1 are not refundable. Information about an optional 10-month payment plan for tuition, room, and board charges can be found at www.hartford.edu/bursar. Click on Payment Information. Please note: payment plan does not apply to admission deposit.

Students Requesting Residential Accommodations

Students requesting University-sponsored housing are required to submit a $500 admission deposit, postmarked on or before May 1, 2013. Of this deposit, $100 will be credited toward tuition charges and be noted to your Bursar billing statement, $150 will reserve a space in housing, and the final $250 will be credited toward charges for the Student Orientation and First-Year Experience (FYE) programs. The $100 tuition portion of the admission deposit is not refundable. The remaining portion of the deposit is refundable only if your withdrawal is requested in writing prior to May 1, 2013. Deposits submitted after May 1 are not refundable. Although the University makes every attempt to accommodate late requests, students submitting deposits after May 1, 2013, cannot be guaranteed a space in the entering class or in University-sponsored housing. In the event that University-sponsored housing is not available, the $150 housing deposit will be used to reserve your space on the waiting list, or it will be applied to your tuition if you choose to obtain housing independently.

Nonresidential Students

Students who do not wish to reside in University housing are required to submit the appropriate admission deposit, postmarked on or before May 1, 2013. Of this, $100 will be credited toward tuition charges at the time of registration. The remaining $250 will be applied toward charges for the Orientation program. The tuition deposit is not refundable. The Orientation deposit is refundable only if your withdrawal is requested in writing prior to May 1, 2013. Deposits submitted after May 1 are not refundable.

Orientation

The University of Hartford's Summer Orientation, known as Preview, introduces students and parents to the University. It is an opportunity to register for classes and to become acquainted with many aspects of university life. It is a requirement for all entering students. Parents of freshman students are encouraged to attend Parent/Guest Preview which is specially designed for parents. Please check your calendar before you request an Orientation session to be certain it does not conflict with high school graduation, proms, final exams, or other important dates. Requests for sessions are honored on a first-come, first-served basis. Changes to orientation sessions are unlikely to be possible after May 15, 2013.

Freshman Program

Students During the two-day Preview Orientation, you will be provided with essential information about your academic programs and campus life. With the help of your academic advisor and student Orientation leaders, known as Red Caps, you will choose your fall courses and complete registration. Orientation continues upon your arrival in the fall. Liftoff: Fall Orientation is a series of educational and social events designed specifically for you, the first-year student. These programs give you information

that is important to your success at the University, as well as provide fun and exciting social opportunities. Parents Parent/Guest Preview is planned so that while your son or daughter is registering for classes and becoming familiar with university life, you may attend discussion sessions with faculty and staff designed to acquaint you further with our mission, programs, and procedures. Specifically, the program includes a meeting with the dean of your student's college, a presentation about financial aid and meeting college costs, and a question-and-answer session with the directors of Residential Life, Public Safety, the Counseling Center, and many other offices, as well as with upperclassmen. An additional fee of $50 is required for each parent/guest who chooses to attend the parent program. This fee is not included in the Student Orientation/First-Year Experience fee. The parent/guest fee is refundable only if requested in writing prior to May 1, 2013.

Transfer and Nontraditionally Aged Student Program

There are two options for you to register for classes and become more familiar with the University: (please note that students with 23 or fewer college credits, should attend freshman orientation) Option 1: You may register for classes from March to August 25 by contacting your college's office (see list below). We strongly urge transfer students with 24 or more college credits to select Option 1. Option 2: Attend the Transfer/Nontraditionally aged student Orientation on August 31-September 1, at which time you will register, meet faculty and students, learn about the University's programs and services, and enjoy dinner. An Orientation fee of $50 is charged for those who attend this session. Please contact the appropriate college advisor to make an appointment to register for classes: Arts and Sciences Barney Education Engineering, Technology, and Architecture Hartford Art School Hartt Health Professions Hillyer Multimedia Web Design and Development Tina Pesola Beth Kavaler Jillian Holt Ann Lankford Tom Bradley Lynn Wronker Peter Kennedy Barbara Wolfe R.J. McGivney 860.768.4135 860.768.5407 860.768.4598 860.768.4339 860.768.4396 860.768.4458 860.768.4823 860.768.4697 860.768.4401

Be sure to bring the student copy of your transcripts to Orientation. Make certain that final, official transcripts are forwarded to the Office of Admission.

How to Register for Orientation

Students and Parents Please complete the Orientation Registration Forms (both sides) and return them with your Admission Deposit Form to the Office of Admission and Student Financial Assistance. Make your check payable to the University of Hartford for the appropriate amount, or you may use a credit or debit card. A separate check or credit or debit card payment should be made for any parent/guest fees. Please refer to the Orientation Form for more information. All checks must be payable in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U.S. bank. Checks returned for insufficient funds will result in a fee. Early return of your forms helps to ensure your first choice of dates, as reservations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis. We will send confirmation and further program information beginning in late March. For further information, www.hartford.edu/orientation or call 860.768.7003.

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Residential Life

Main Campus

The University of Hartford provides on-campus housing for approximately 3,500 full-time undergraduates in a variety of residential settings. Freshmen traditionally reside in the residence hall complexes or in Hawk Hall: The Residential Learning Community. Transfer students and upperclass students may also choose to live in Regents Park suites, Park River Apartments, or the Village Apartments. Pictures and full descriptions of all residence halls may be found at uhaweb.hartford.edu/reslife. Staff Support All of our residential areas are staffed by a combination of full-time professionals and undergraduate and graduate students, who provide assistance, programs, and administrative and supervisory support. The resident assistant (RA) is a carefully selected and trained undergraduate student who lives in the building and is available to assist students with issues including personal problems, adjusting to living with a roommate, and maintenance concerns. The RA is a student's advocate and resource person. The resident director (RD) is a full-time, experienced residential life professional, who lives and works in the residential area. RDs manage the area, supervise the resident assistant staff, and are available to help students with problems or concerns. Housing Assignments Entering freshmen and transfer students whose deposits are submitted by May 1, 2013, will be guaranteed a standard occupancy housing assignment. Applicants who submit deposits after the deadline will be housed on a space-available basis. The housing application will give you the opportunity to state your living environment preferences; however, no request is guaranteed. Once your deposit is received and processed, you will be provided instructions on completing the housing application online. You will receive your housing information, including your assignment, roommate's name and address, check-in times, and other important information in early August. Residence Hall Complexes There are six residence hall complexes, each comprised of four, four-story buildings. The typical floor is a community of nine bedrooms, a lounge, and two bathrooms. Study areas and laundry rooms are located in each complex. Bedrooms are furnished with beds and mattresses, shades, desks, dressers, and closets. To add a personal touch to the rooms, students usually bring their own study lamps, bedspreads, posters, and other amenities. Increased-Occupancy Rooms The University of Hartford has a very popular housing program, such that the demand for housing often exceeds our capacity. As a result, The University increases the occupancy of some of its larger rooms as necessary during the fall semester. Normally, if increasing the occupancy is necessary, students who have paid the latest deposits are assigned to the increased-occupancy rooms. Students in these rooms receive a reduced housing rate if they remain in an increased occupancy space after the midpoint of the semester and have not been offered a standard-occupancy space. If all residents of an increased-occupancy room choose to remain in the room for the spring semester, or if no standard-occupancy spaces are available, the reduced rate will again be applied at the mid-point of the semester.

Hawk Hall: The Residential Learning Community A Residential Learning Community (RLC) is a theme community that purposefully integrates curricular and co-curricular experiences and promotes personal growth in a residential setting. Students who live closely together in an RLC collaborate with fellow students, faculty, and staff, and have a particular opportunity to become leaders through service to the University community. These communities primarily exist in Hawk Hall, however based on need and interest may also exist in one or more of our first-year residential complexes (A - D Complexes). The Hawk Hall Residential Learning Community is comprised of four residential floors and one activity floor. The typical floor includes 24 double rooms, three lounges, a laundry room, and men's and women's bathrooms. The 2012­2013 Residential Learning Community themes were Wellness, Women in Science, Engineering & Technology, Honors, Hawk Spirit, Community Service, Emerging Leaders, Global Engagement, and Green Team. We anticipate that these themes will continue for the 2013-2014 academic year and instructions for how to apply to live in Hawk Hall can be found on the housing application.

The Following Housing Options Apply to Transfer Students

Regents Park Regents Park, our suite-style building, is located between the complexes and the Village Apartments. Regents Park residents are mostly upperclassmen. Each suite is furnished and contains a living room with a snack/dining area, bedrooms, and a bathroom. The suites are designed to house four students in two doubles, a double and two singles, or four singles. Village Apartments These apartments for upperclass students are grouped in seven clusters, each with its own courtyard. They consist of one, two, or three bedrooms, accommodating two, four, or six students. Each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen, a living room, and one or two bathrooms. Both duplex-style and one-floor apartments are available. Bedrooms are furnished with beds and mattresses, dressers, and desks. A dining table and chairs are also provided. It is expected that students will add their own choice of living-room furniture, accessories, cooking utensils, dishes, and other essentials. Park River Apartments Park River Apartments are fully furnished, four-person apartments for upperclass students who prefer the privacy and independence of apartment living. The apartments house four students in two doubles, a double and two singles, or four singles. The common areas include seminar/meeting rooms, lounges, and recreation and laundry facilities. Both Park River and Village Apartments offer a high degree of personal responsibility, while residents enjoy all the convenience and support of the University's campus services, facilities, and activities.

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Smoking

The residence halls as well as all academic buildings at the University are smoke-free facilities.

What You Should Bring

Plan with care when you are packing, keeping in mind that closet space is probably more limited than at home. Helpful tips on what to bring are listed on the Residential Life website at www.hartford.edu/reslife. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to, water beds, pets, hot plates, toaster ovens, candles, and halogen lamps. These items should not be brought to campus.

Special Services

Refrigerator Refrigerators are allowed in most residence-hall rooms, provided they are no larger than 2.5 cubic feet. Full-sized refrigerators are provided in the apartments on the main campus. Refrigerators are also available under a rental contract with a private company, or students may furnish their own. You will receive information on rentals with your room assignment. Telephone The University provides an on-campus and local-area phone service for students. Students are responsible for using their cell phones or calling cards for long-distance service. Mail Services Mail Services, located in Gengras Student Union, sells stamps and processes other postal transactions. Residential students are assigned personal mailbox numbers. Commuter students do not have a campus box number. Your new address is as follows: Name Box number University of Hartford 200 Bloomfield Avenue West Hartford, CT 06117

Meal Plans

Meal plans are provided through University of Hartford Dining Services. Please indicate your selection on the housing application. All residential students are required to participate in a meal plan. Below is some information that may help you to decide which meal plan best suits your needs. Please keep in mind that all residential students must participate in a meal membership. Dining Dollars are equivalent to cash in all dining locations at the University. Additional information can be found at admisson.hartford.edu/living/dining.html Premium Plus Meal Plan 19 meals a week, 5 guest meals, and $200 Dining Dollars per semester Premium Meal Plan 12 meals a week, 5 guest meals, and $250 Dining Dollars per semester Flex Meal Plan 7 meals a week, 5 guest meals, and $450 Dining Dollars per semester Freshman Exclusive 220 meals, 5 guest meals, and $50 Dining Dollars per semester

Meal memberships subject to change.

Kosher and commuter meal membership options are also available. A full description of all meal membership options as well as all other University of Hartford dining services may be found at www.hartford.edu (click on Student Life, then Dining Services). Students are offered a wide variety of choices at each meal, as well as late-night dining at the Hawk's Nest and at Java City and the Market Deli in the Village Market. Banking Services Bank of America has three ATMs on the main campus. If you are interested in opening an account, applications will be available during the June Orientation sessions or by contacting the bank directly at 800.841.4000. Before opening a bank account, you will need your university mailbox number, which you will receive with your housing assignment. There is also a People's United Bank located at the Mort & Irma Handel Performing Arts Center. People's United Bank 1530 Albany Avenue Hartford, CT 06112 860-548-9157 Branch hours - Mon-Fri 10-2 ATM - 24-hour vestibule Village Market Located in Konover Campus Center, in the center of residential student activity, this retail facility offers a wide array of all your favorite grocery and produce items.

Health and Counseling Services

Health Services is located in the Sports Center next to the residential areas. It is staffed by a nurse practitioner and registered staff nurses. A physician is on call at all times and has regular office hours at the clinic Monday through Friday. Professional counseling and guidance are available at the Office of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), located in Gengras Student Union.

Support Services for Students with Disabilities

We are eager to be of assistance to students with disabilities, and we encourage you to identify your needs to the University at an early stage. Students are encouraged to contact Suzanne Anderson-McNeil Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs Student Health and Wellness University of Hartford 200 Bloomfield Avenue West Hartford, CT 06117 860.768.4260 Students with diagnosed learning disabilities are encouraged to contact Coordinator, Learning Plus University of Hartford 200 Bloomfield Avenue West Hartford, CT 06117 860.768.4312

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Instructions for Completing the Admission Deposit Form, Student and Parent Orientation Registration Forms, and Housing Application

Please read the following instructions carefully:

Admission Deposit Form

Complete the information requested, complete the Form of Payment section and if paying by check please staple it to the Admission Deposit Form, and return the forms in the enclosed return envelope. Please note that forms submitted without proper payment will not be processed nor considered to have met the deadline. · Typeorprintlegibly. · Filloutcompletely. · akecheckpayabletotheUniversityofHartford. M Include student's name and Social Security number on check. · StaplechecktoAdmissionDepositForm.

Student and Parent Orientation Registration Forms

Please read the form carefully (both sides), and print all information legibly. Complete all items using black ink. Check your calendar before you request an Orientation session to be certain it does not conflict with high school graduation, proms, final exams, or other important dates.

Housing Application

If you indicated that you wish to live on campus you will need to be sure to complete the online Housing Application through the University's Self Service Center http://banweb.hartford.edu. The online Housing Application will be available for you 24 hours after your deposit has been processed. Instructions on accessing the Self Service Center are below. Upon logging in, the Housing Application can be found by clicking "Student Main Menu" and then "Residential Life". Please note that YOU MUST complete this Application to live on campus. Questions? Do not hesitate to contact us at 860.768.7792 or at [email protected] To access the Self Service Center: click on student sign in then enter a valid USER ID and PIN USER ID: This is your 8-digit University of Hartford ID number (UHID), which will be sent to you via email upon the processing of your deposit. (Please record your UHID as you will use it regularly as a University of Hartford Student.) PIN: Your temporary PIN is your Date of Birth in the MMDDYY format. Upon logging in please change your PIN and create your Security Challenge Question and Answer. Your University of Hartford email address, log in instructions, as well as other important information you need prior to coming for orientation will be sent to you via email within 3 business days. We encourage you to begin checking your University email regularly. For additional information that may be useful for you as you begin to plan your arrival for orientation and for the fall, please check out the orientation webpage (www.hartford.edu/orientation), the residential life web page (http://uhaweb.hartford.edu/reslife/), and for general information - the University's main website (www.hartford.edu).

Admission Deposit Form

For Entering Students

Please print in black ink.

Name _________________________________________________________________

Last First MI

Date ______________________________

__________ - _____ - __________

Social Security number

Gender:

Female

Male

Required Admission Fees

It is understood that my admission deposit will be distributed as follows (check one): (Please make check payable to the University of Hartford, and staple it to this form.) Freshman / Freshman Transfer (student with 1-23 college credits): Resident student Tuition deposit Housing deposit Student Orientation/FYE* fee Total Commuter student Tuition deposit Student Orientation fee Total Transfer (student with 24 or more college credits or freshman over age 21): Resident student Tuition deposit Housing deposit Student Orientation fee** Total Commuter student Tuition deposit Student Orientation fee** Total $100 150 50 $300 $100 50 $150 $100 150 250 $500 $100 250 $350

* First-Year Experience ** Only if attending Transfer Orientation in August.

To secure housing and any University financial assistance, your deposit must be postmarked by May 1. Forms submitted without proper & sufficient payment will not be processed nor considered to have met the deadline. I understand that only the tuition deposit portion of the admission fees will be credited to my account against my first tuition payment. The tuition deposit is NOT REFUNDABLE. If properly notified in writing by May 1 the University will refund the housing and Orientation monies. I understand there will be no refund after May 1. All deadlines are counted by the date of the postmark. Furthermore, I understand and agree that I must comply with all the rules and regulations of the University. __________________________________________________________________________

Student Signature

_____________________________

Date

Form of Payment

Billing Zip Code _______________________________ Telephone No. _________________________________________________ Check Credit or debit card: MasterCard Discover American Express Visa Cardholder Name _____________________________________________________________Amount Charged________________ Card Number__________________________________ Expiration date_____________ Security Code (3-4 digit)______________ Cardholder Signature _________________________________________________________________

Preview: Orientation

Registration Form

Please print in black ink.

Student Information

Name ____________________________________________________________________

Last First MI

_________ - _____ - _________

Social Security number

Home address ___________________________________________________________________________________________

Street

__________________________________________________________________________________________

City State or Country ZIP

Phone

(

) ______________________________

Student e-mail __________________________________

Please check the appropriate boxes: Female Male Commuter Resident International student

Session Information

Please mark your preference for a Preview: Summer Orientation session by writing 1 or 2 on the appropriate line. It is important to note that while we make every effort to accommodate your first preference, sessions are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis (requests for changes are limited). Session 5 is recommended for those students who are unable to attend sessions 1-4 or for those who are admitted after June 1st. Freshman / Freshman Transfer (including students with 1­23 college credits): ___ Session 1, May 31 - June 1 ___ Session 3, June 7-8 ___ Session 5, August 30-31 ___ Session 2, June 2-3 ___ Session 4, June 9-10 Students are encouraged to attend one of the first four sessions, whenever possible. Nontraditionally-aged freshmen (21 or older) and transfers (with 24 or more college credits): We recommend that you register for classes by contacting the college advisors listed on page 3 of the Admission Enrollment Forms booklet, or by registering for Orientation Session 5, August 30-31. Please indicate any special dietary restrictions or mobility issues that you may have : _______________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Parent/Guest Information and Registration Form can be found on the back side of this form.

For Office Use Only--Do not write below this line.

College/School of acceptance______________________________________

Major _____________________________

Parent/Guest Preview: Orientation

Registration Form

Please print in black ink.

Parent/Guest Information

We provide a guest (parent) program during sessions 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. An additional fee of $50 is required for each parent/guest who chooses to attend the parent program. This fee is not included in the Student Orientation/First-Year Experience Fee. The fee covers food, materials, programming, and related costs. Please pay the fee in advance by stapling a check to this form, payable to the University of Hartford, or by completing credit card information using the form below. The parent/guest fee is refundable only if requested in writing prior to May 1, 2013. Please include your student's name and last four digits of the Social Security number on the check.

Student Name

1) First name ________________________________________ Last name ___________________________________________

Parent/Guest Registration

Parents/Guests attending Orientation 1) First name ________________________________________ 2) First name ________________________________________ 3) First name ________________________________________ Last name ___________________________________________ Last name ___________________________________________ Last name ___________________________________________

Permanent address of parent/guardian (if different from student) _________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Street

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________

City State or Country ZIP

Primary parent e-mail address _____________________________________________________________________________ Primary parent contact phone number ______________________________________________________________________ Total number of guests attending ______ x $50/guest = $_________ (total)

Form of Payment

Billing Zip Code _______________________________ Telephone No. _________________________________________________ Check Credit or debit card: MasterCard Discover American Express Visa Cardholder Name _____________________________________________________________ Amount Charged________________ Card Number__________________________________ Expiration date_____________ Security Code (3-4 digit)______________ Cardholder Signature _________________________________________________________

Office of Admission

200 Bloomfield Avenue West Hartford, CT 06117

Barney School of Business College of Arts and Sciences College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture Hartford Art School The Hartt School Hillyer College

Directions to campus: admission.hartford.edu/directions

Enrollment at the University of Hartford is open to qualified students without regard to race, color, creed, sex, age, ethnic or national origin, or disability status.

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