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Welcome to UConn's eCampus! Whether you are a current or prospective UConn student, the information on this page will help you find what you came here for: access to a high quality UConn course, certificate or degree program that you can take in an online environment.

Use the chart below to help you get started.

Taking a Course

as a Currently Matriculated UConn Student

  1. Select an online course from the UConn Online course list. Take note of the class number.
  2. Review your program of study to confirm the course meets your program requirements.
  3. Log in to StudentAdmin to check any enrollment restrictions, in-person requirements, proctored exams, etc.
  4. Log in to StudentAdmin and register for the course
  5. Prior to the start of the semester, you will receive an email outlining further instructions about accessing your online course.

 
 
 
 

as Non-degree Student
(those not matriculated in an undergraduate or graduate degree program)

  1. Select an online course from the UConn Online course list. Take note of class number, department, course catalog number, section number, number of credits.
  2. If you have not applied as a non-degree student, complete the application process outlined on the Non-Degree and Visiting Student page.
  3. Once your application is approved, follow the non-degree registration steps.
  4. Log in to StudentAdmin to check any enrollment restrictions, in-person requirements, proctored exams, etc.
  5. Log in to StudentAdmin and register for the course.
  6. Prior to the start of the semester, you will receive an email outlining further instructions about accessing your online course.

For assistance concerning registering for an online course as a Non-degree student, please reach out to Jack Greenwood at jack.greenwood_jr@uconn.edu or call 860-486-3122.

    Applying to a
    Degree or Certificate Program

    1. Browse the Online Graduate Certificates and Online Master's Degrees available from UConn Online.
    2. Review the program description for any residency and other program requirements.
    3. Follow specific instructions on the Degree or Certificate Program website to request more information, take one course as a non-degree student, and/or apply for admission.