Transfer Applications

External Applicants


Admission to the School of Fine Arts is a two-step process.

BFA in ART - Undergraduate

Step 1: Submission of University application

If you have not already completed a University of Connecticut application, please complete this step before continuing with your Slideroom submission.

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Step 2: A portfolio review showcasing your talent.

All applicants are required to upload a visual portfolio through SlideRoom. Students should complete the application process in Step 1 before submitting a portfolio.

If you have any problems or questions regarding your application, please contact the AAH Office, 860-486-3930, art@uconn.edu or the UConn School of Fine Arts Admissions Coordinator, Elizabeth Foody, (860) 486-2678, elizabeth.foody@uconn.edu

BA in ART - Undergraduate

Step 1: Submission of University application

If you have not already completed a University of Connecticut application, please complete this step before continuing with your Slideroom submission.

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Step 2: An Essay Submission

All applicants are required to submit an essay for consideration. Students should complete the application process in Step 1 before submitting an essay.

If you have any problems or questions regarding your application, please contact the AAH Office, 860-486-3930, art@uconn.edu or the UConn School of Fine Arts Admissions Coordinator, Elizabeth Foody, (860) 486-2678, elizabeth.foody@uconn.edu

BA in ART HISTORY- Undergraduate

Step 1: Submission of University application

If you have not already completed a University of Connecticut application, please complete this step before continuing with your Slideroom submission.

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Step 2: An Essay Submission

All applicants are required to submit an essay for consideration. Students should complete the application process in Step 1 before submitting an essay.

If you have any problems or questions regarding your application, please contact the AAH Office, 860-486-3930, art@uconn.edu or the UConn School of Fine Arts Admissions Coordinator, Elizabeth Foody, (860) 486-2678, elizabeth.foody@uconn.edu

Internal Applicants


BFA or BA in Art

Current UConn students wishing to apply to the BFA or BA in Art will need to submit a portfolio or essay through Slideroom, as well as a Change of School/Program Form or Additional Degree Petition.

BA in Art History

Students wishing to change their major to Art History should contact the Art History Coordinator, Professor Kelly Dennis, at Kelly.Dennis@uconn.edu.