Current UConn Students
Current UConn Students
Are you a UConn student — not currently enrolled in the School of Engineering — looking to apply into the School of Engineering? A current School of Engineering student looking to apply for a major change within the school?
OUR ONLINE APPLICATION
If your application is denied — and you have additional questions — you are welcome to contact the Undergraduate Office directly to inquire. Admission into any SoE program is competitive. Space constrained majors (Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Engineering and Biomedical Engineering) are most competitive for admission. Decisions are based on GPA and engineering-related coursework, and you will be evaluated against all of the other students who applied to the same major during the same review period as your submission.
Admission is based on space availability in the desired major and your academic performance as indicated by your cumulative grade point average (cGPA). Your application will be reviewed in comparison to others who apply, to your targeted major, in the same semester as you.
Applications are only accepted online. The site is: request.engr.uconn.edu. Applications are only reviewed twice a year – in January and June.
You will be notified of your admission status through your UConn email address. You may only have one active application in our PPC system at a time, but you can reapply for future admissions reviews if originally denied admissions to your desired major. You are able to include a first and second choice major request in one application.
Minimum Criteria (for all majors except MEM):
Minimum Criteria for MEM Admission:
Note: AP credits and transfer credits are not taken into consideration during the admission review. ECE credits will be considered once non-degree decisions have been added to a student's account (spring semester).
Minimum Eligibility Criteria for Current SoE Students: Be in good academic standing with the School of Engineering for admission to non-space limited programs. Space limited programs will review requests based on space availability in the major and academic performance. Multidisciplinary Engineering applicants must consult with Shoshana Armington (email@example.com) about intended concentration. Admission guaranteed to MEM during first semester only.
SPACE CONSTRAINED MAJORS
Keep in mind that some majors are more competitive for admission compared to other majors. The following varies by semester and are not a guarantee of admission. The below information is a reflection of last semester's review decisions. You are encouraged to apply if you meet the above stated minimums.
If you're considering applying into the School of Engineering, check out these resources to guide the process.