The Office of the Registrar maintains the academic records of all students. Services related to student enrollment and course information, including transcript requests, enrollment verification, transfer credit articulation, and course registration are handled by the office. In addition, the office is responsible for communicating and interpreting academic policy and procedures.

Forms for current students are available in CamelWeb, in the Documents/Policies page under Registrar, and in the Registrar's office. Some forms are also available on the door outside of the office.

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Verification of Enrollment

Spring 2018 Semester for Guest Students from the University of Puerto Rico

In an effort to support students who were impacted by Hurricane Maria, Connecticut College is offering guest student admission to up to six students from the University of Puerto Rico for the spring 2018 semester.

Eligibility

Matriculated students in good standing at the University of Puerto Rico who are juniors or seniors (or have the equivalent number of credits) are invited to apply. Students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.

Cost to Attend

If you are admitted, you will need to submit a Consortium Agreement signed by the University of Puerto Rico to the Financial Aid office (finaid@conncoll.edu). The University of Puerto Rico will process your financial aid and bill you for their tuition, and room and board (if you are living on campus). You will be responsible for all other expenses, such as travel, health insurance, books and supplies. Questions about Financial Aid should be directed to finaid@conncoll.edu (To be reviewed by Sean Martin)

Application Process

Applications will be screened to ensure that the students will be academically successful at Connecticut College. Applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. All application material may be sent to gueststudent@conncoll.edu

Please submit the following:

  • University of Puerto Rico Guest Student Application form and signed Academic and Social Honor Code Pledge (link)
  • Student Records (Please attempt to get any form of transcript or record of grades, official or unofficial, to add to your application. We can accept screenshots or photographs of documents).
  • Letter from the University of Puerto Rico granting permission for you to study at Connecticut College.
Application Deadline

The application deadline is 4 pm on Wednesday, January 3. Please note that applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. Accepted students will be notified on Monday, January 8. 

Admitted Students

A condensed Orientation program will take place on _________________. Admitted students should plan to arrive on _______________. Classes begin on Monday, January 22. (To be reviewed by Jefferson)

For More Information

Please send inquiries to gueststudent@conncoll.edu

The College will be closed from Monday, December 25 through Monday, January 1 for the winter break. You may continue to submit application material during this period and will receive responses to any questions you send once the College re-opens on Tuesday, January 2.

Guest Student Applicants from the University of Puerto Rico FAQ

1. Who is eligible for this program?

Matriculated students in good standing at the University of Puerto Rico who are juniors or seniors (or have the equivalent number of credits) may apply.  Students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.

2. How many students will you be accepting?

The College will accept up to six students for the spring 2018 semester. Applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis.

3. How can I find out if the courses that I’d like to take are available to me?

Please contact the Department/Program Chair using the following list: (Excel spreadsheet to be developed by Registrar’s office). Course schedules are available at: https://www.conncoll.edu/academics/registrar/class-schedules/  Please select the Spring 2018 semester.

4. What type of academic and other support is available?

As an admitted guest student from the University of Puerto Rico, you will be connected to a support team who will help with your transition. This team will include representatives from academic departments, the Dean of the College, Equity and Inclusion, Counseling Services, the Academic Resource Center, Student Engagement and Leadership, and the Walter Commons for Global Study and Engagement. (To be reviewed by Jefferson)

5. What are the associated costs? How will Financial Aid work?

If you are admitted, you will need to submit a Consortium Agreement signed by the University of Puerto Rico to the Financial Aid office (finaid@conncoll.edu ). The University of Puerto Rico will process your financial aid and bill you for their tuition, and room and board (if you are living on campus). You will be responsible for all other expenses, such as travel, health insurance, books and supplies. (To be reviewed by Sean Martin)

6. Can I live on campus?

If you are admitted as a full-time student, you will be permitted to live on campus. You may indicate your interest in living on campus on the application form. Please note that singles are not guaranteed.

7. How do I apply?

Please use the University of Puerto Rico Guest Student Application form (link). The form and all supporting material should be sent to gueststudent@conncoll.edu.

8. What application material is required?

You must submit the University of Puerto Rico Guest Student Application form (link), signed Academic and Social Honor Code pledge, copies of your student records, and a letter from the University of Puerto Rico granting permission for you to study at Connecticut College.

9. What if I can’t get an official copy of my transcript from the University of Puerto Rico?

Please attempt to get any form of transcript or record of grades, official or unofficial, to add to your application. We can accept screenshots or photographs of documents.

10. What is the application deadline? When will I hear if I have been admitted?

The application deadline is 4 pm on Wednesday, January 3. Please note that applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. All accepted students will be notified on Monday, January 8.  

The College will be closed from Monday, December 25 through Monday, January 1 for the winter break. You may continue to submit application material during this period and will receive responses to any questions you send once the College re-opens on Tuesday, January 2.

11. If I’m admitted, when should I plan to arrive on campus?

If you are admitted, you will participate in a condensed Orientation program on __________. Please plan to arrive on _______________. Classes begin on Monday, January 22. (To be reviewed by Jefferson)

12. If I attend Connecticut College for a semester through the Guest Student program and then decide that I would like to pursue a degree at the College, am I permitted to?

The program was created to assist you in continuing your studies for the spring 2018 semester so that you could then return to the University of Puerto Rico. Any students who wish to pursue a degree at Connecticut College will need to apply as a transfer student: https://www.conncoll.edu/admission/transfer-applicants/