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tuition and fees

at the university of hartford, we understand that college is an investment in your future. we are here to help make your education affordable.  

tuition rates

student fees

learn more about student fees, including:

our tuition rates for the 2020-21 year are listed on the bursar's office webpage. rates vary by student type—undergraduate or graduate—and by program.

international students should reference the international student tuition and fees page

tuition is subject to change without notice, in accordance with university rules. for the latest tuition information, please call the student administrative services center at 860.768.4999.

average cost of attendance

average out-of-pocket expenses for full-time undergraduate students

total cost: $56,760

average financial aid award: $27,660

average out-of-pocket expense: $30,849*

*for u.s. citizens and eligible non citizens

to better understand the financial committed to attend the university of hartford, we established an estimated total cost of attendance. below are two tables that break down the estimated direct and indirect expenses by semester and year. 

direct educational expenses

charges that are assessed and billed by the bursar's office based on a student's enrollment and housing status.

indirect educational expenses

costs a student may incur while attending uhart. these are not billed by the university. 

estimated undergraduate direct costs for 2020-21

description semester budget annual budget
tuition $20,245 $40,490
fees $1,535 $3,070
room $4,045 $8,090
board $2,555 $5,110
total direct costs $28,380 $56,760
the above is the estimated cost of attendance for an on-campus residential undergraduate student enrolled full-time. note: all financial aid, including loans and outside scholarships, may not exceed the total cost of attendance.

estimated undergraduate indirect costs (not billed) for 2020-21

description semester budget annual budget
books and supplies $564 $1,128
travel/transportation $457 $914
personal/miscellaneous $1061 $2,122
stafford loan fees $49 $98
total indirect costs $2,131 $4,262

financial aid

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the office of financial aid is committed to working with students and their families to make a uhart education accessible. students from all income levels are considered for and receive university of hartford grants and scholarships.


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