95 Million$ International Student Scholarships at University of Hartford, USA – 2022

At the University of Hartford, we’re dedicated to making your education affordable.

That’s why we offer scholarships that can reach up to full tuition for academic merit, artistic talent and performance, and program-specific interests. Additionally, students who are eligible for our highest tier of academic scholarships will be invited to our annual full-tuition scholarship competition.

Scholarships are a type of financial aid that you don’t have to pay back! Learn more about how you can apply for one of these scholarship opportunities.

Talent Scholarships

There are two types of Talent Scholarships awarded at the University of Hartford:

  • Artistic Merit
  • Hartt Performing Arts

These scholarships are not based on need and are awarded at the time of admission by the appropriate college and are renewable each academic year. Length of renewability varies for each award. You should check with the school for details. Renewability is based on maintaining full-time status, appropriate grade point average as notified in offer letter, and satisfactory academic progress. Failure to meet these criteria will result in cancellation of the award.

Talent Scholarships cannot be combined with other non-need based awards. Awards range up to full-tuition

Aitistic Merit Scholarships

The Hartford Art School (HAS) offers talent awards ranging up to full tuition to entering full-time students based on the quality of their portfolio review and academic achievement. Students are notified of these awards at the time of admission.

Scholarship Guidelines:

  • Students must maintain a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.
  • These awards are renewable each academic year (up to an aggregate total of four years) upon the recommendation of the Dean of the Hartford Art School.
  • These scholarships may not be combined with any other non need-based scholarships or grants.

Conneticut Pledge

Beginning with the Fall term of 2020, eligible Connecticut first-year students may qualify for the $3,000 Connecticut Pledge Scholarship, renewable for four years. The scholarship will be added to any merit and need-based scholarships offered by the University.

ELIGIBILITY DETAILS:
  • Admitted to the University of Hartford as a full-time, first time undergraduate (freshman) beginning with the Fall 2020 term.
  • Submit Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the FAFSA Priority Deadline of Feb. 15.
  • Family income is below $50,000 and is defined as adjusted gross income of the student and parent, as reported on the FAFSA. This is subject to verification.
  • Renewable for four years if student is making satisfactory academic progress, as defined by their school/college.
  • Total financial aid awards may not exceed the student’s cost of attendance.
  • Eligibility will be automatically determined at the point of financial aid awarding. No additional forms are needed.

Please note that this scholarship can be combined with Hartford/Bloomfield Scholars and scholarships from The Hartt School. However, it can’t be added to any athletic scholarships or national honors

Hartford Scholars

hese non need-based scholarships are awarded to students maintaining residency in Hartford, CT, attending full-time, attending a Hartford Public School (includes Magnet schools) or eligible schools that are part of the CREC program. Renewability is based upon maintaining full-time status, residency in Hartford, CT, and satisfactory academic progress as determined by your school.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Hartford Scholars scholarships are combined with a student’s merit-based award (excluding athletic scholarships) to bring the total scholarship to the amount of half tuition. If a student’s merit-based award is above the amount of half tuition, the student will receive an additional $1000 in Hartford Scholars scholarship. For scholarship consideration applicants must:

  • Complete an admission application by March 15
  • Be admitted to the University by April 15
  • Submit an enrollment deposit by May 1

Bloomfield Scholars

these non need-based scholarships are awarded to students maintaining residency in Bloomfield, CT, attending full-time, and attending a Bloomfield Public School or eligible schools that are part of the CREC program. Renewability is based upon maintaining full-time status, residency in Bloomfield CT, and satisfactory academic progress as determined by your school.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Bloomfield Scholars scholarships are combined with a student’s merit-based award (excluding athletic scholarships) to bring the total scholarship to the amount of half tuition. If a student’s merit-based award is above the amount of half tuition, the student will receive an additional $1000 in Bloomfield Scholars scholarship. For scholarship consideration applicants must:

  • Complete an admission application by March 15
  • Be admitted to the University by April 15
  • Submit an enrollment deposit by May 1

UHart Campus Visit Grant

Undergraduate Students who attend one of the three University of Hartford open houses in the Fall of their junior or senior year will be awarded a $500 Campus Visit Grant, applied toward full-time tuition, when they enroll. This will be in addition to the academic scholarship offered to you at the time of admission.

In addition to visiting campus, an eligible student must be admitted to a full-time degree program and submit an enrollment deposit by May. This is a one year award.

Please note: Students whose full tuition is covered by a full-tuition scholarship, tuition remission, or athletic scholarship may not be eligible for this award. Students must also meet basic financial aid eligibility requirements.

Transfer Scholarships

Prospective full-time transfer students who demonstrate scholastic achievement will be considered for academic scholarships of up to $20,000 at the time of admission to the University. Eligibility is also contingent upon the timeliness of your application for admission and the availability of funds.

CEO To President Scholarships

These non need-based awards are made available to undergraduates (citizens or permanent residents) who have earned an Associate’s Degree from a Connecticut junior or community-technical college or from one of the following two-year colleges in Massachusetts:

  • Berkshire Community College
  • Holyoke Community College
  • Greenfield Community College
  • Springfield Technical Community College
  • Dean College

The presidents of these colleges may submit nominations for up to three students. Nominated students must: have earned a minimum 3.3 cumulative GPA based on a minimum of 45 credit hours, have been awarded their Associates degree and plan to enroll as full-time students. Each participating college may have established additional criteria.

The amount of the scholarship is $3,000 per semester (fall and spring semesters only), up to an aggregate of 4 semesters. The scholarship is renewable provided the student maintains satisfactory academic progress, full-time status and a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.

Students accepted into the Hartt School are not eligible to be considered for this scholarship. Students accepted into the Hartt School are awarded strictly based on performance. Non U.S. Citizens, part-time students, and students with a previous Bachelor’s degree are also ineligible for this scholarship.

Phi Theta kappa Scholarships

These non need-based awards are made available to undergraduates (U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents) who have earned an Associate’s degree.

The Phi Theta Kappa Chapter Advisor must submit a letter of nomination for any qualified student. Nominated students must: have earned a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA upon completion of their Associate’s degree and plan to enroll as full-time students immediately following their graduation from a two-year college.

The amount of the scholarship is $30,000 per year (fall and spring semesters only), up to an aggregate of two years. The student must enroll immediately following two-year college. The scholarship is renewable provided the student maintains satisfactory academic progress, full-time status and a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. This scholarship may not be combined with any other non-need based award.

Deadline: May 1

  • We must receive a nomination letter from the Phi Theta Kappa Chapter Advisor by this date.

Additional Requirements

  • Students are required to provide proof of graduation in the form of an official final transcript from his or her previous college. This should be mailed to us after the degree is earned and is required before the scholarship can be awarded.

Scholarship Guidelines

  • Scholarships are renewable each academic year (up to an aggregate total of four years), provided you maintain full-time enrollment status, a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) and satisfactory academic progress.
  • Students who do not meet the renewal criteria will forfeit the scholarship for the remainder of their enrollment at the University. The scholarship will not be reinstated should the student regain the required cumulative GPA at a later date.
  • Financial need is not a factor in determining eligibility for these scholarships.
  • An academic scholarship may not be combined with any other non-need based scholarship from the University, but may be combined with other funds to meet your demonstrated financial need.
  • Academic scholarships are awarded to citizens or permanent residents of the United States. For information about scholarships for international students, please refer to the International Student Prospectus.
  • Students enrolled in The Hartt School are ineligible for academic scholarships (See Talent Scholarships for more information regarding scholarships for Hartt School students).

International Student Scholarships

International students are eligible for academic and performance scholarships as determined by their secondary/university results and/or demonstrated talent in music, theatre, dance, or fine arts. International student applicants are not eligible for need based financial aid (FAFSA). You can read more about the available international scholarships here.

Scholarships for Current Students

The Office of Student Financial Aid offers a platform that connects current students to donor-funded scholarship opportunities.This portal provides students with the ability to direct-apply to specific scholarship opportunities, write letters of thanks to their donors, and explore external scholarship opportunities.

Each new academic year presents a unique opportunity to complete the general application via the UHart scholarship portal, which when completed, may provide students with further access to specific scholarship opportunity applications.  Students should ensure they have filed a valid FAFSA, reviewed their financial aid package, and complete all financial aid requirements prior to pursing further scholarship opportunities.

Students can access the platform here using their University email address and password omitting the ‘@hartford.edu’portion. If students need assistance with resetting their email password, contact UHart’s Help Desk Support.

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