The PeopleSoft Student Administration System (Student Admin) provides UConn students, instructors, and advisors with the tools to manage academic and financial records. Currently used on the UConn Storrs campus, Student Admin will become the primary system of record for the School of Medicine and School of Dental Medicine in 2019.
The transition to Student Admin will begin on Monday, January 14, 2019. After this date, medical and dental students will be able to view unofficial transcripts online and request official transcripts electronically. Additional features and functionalities, including tools to manage financial aid and fee bills, will become available throughout 2019.
Below is the information to get you started using Student Admin. Please note: You will use your UConn Network ID (NetID) to login to Student Admin.
Login to the Student Admin
- Go to http://studentadmin.uconn.edu.
- On the right side, click the login button. The NetID Single Sign-On page displays.
- Enter your NetID and NetID password.
- Click the Login button.
If you need assistance with some of the functions within Student Admin, view the Student Guides.
Starting with the 2020 entering class, students will pay enrollment deposits through Student Admin to TouchNet.
- Login to Student Admin with your NetID credentials.
- Navigate from Main Menu, to Self-Service, and then to Student Center. Your Student Center appears.
- Under the Admissions section, click the Pay Enrollment Deposit link.
- You can pay your deposit with either a check or credit card.
On the Student Admin landing page, you will also see a login for delegates. A delegate is a person who has been given permission by a student to view select education records within Student Admin.
You may authorize specific individuals, such as a parent, guardian, spouse, or significant other, to access certain education records on the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) website. FERPA is the federal law that protects the confidentiality of your student records and restricts others from accessing or discussing your education records and information without your consent. Find out more about FERPA and sharing your information on the Share My Information page