Dealing with Administrative Details

Where do you go to deal with all your paperwork? Your stipend check? Student loans if you need them? The answers to these questions and more can be found at:

Registrar
Barbara Ricketts
Room LM035
x2990

Assistant Registrar
Lisa Costa
Room LM035
x7890

Lauren O’Brien
Room LM035
x3125

The Registrar’s Office is dedicated to assisting you in a number of ways. We are responsible for registering you for your classes, processing all grade sheets, and submitting all official paperwork to the main Graduate School Office which is located at Storrs.

Graduate School Bursar
Charles Rowland
Room AG050
x1632

The UConn Health Bursar’s Office on the Farmington campus manages the cashiering, collection, and student account functions of students enrolled in graduate, medical, and dental programs at UConn Health. Students may visit the UConn Health Bursar’s Office to pay fee bills and to seek clarification related to University charges.

 

The Graduate School Office, located in AG049-AG050 acts as a source of practical counsel for all students. You should feel comfortable to come into this office at any time with your questions, needs, concerns, or problems. We will see that your matters remain confidential if you so choose. If we cannot help you directly we will refer you to the proper party(ies).

Additionally, The UConn Ombudsman serves as a neutral resource who provides confidential and informal assistance to members of the UConn and UConn Health community. The Ombuds Office was established to provide a confidential, neutral resource for staff, faculty, Professional and graduate students and trainees to express concerns, identify options to address workplace conflicts, facilitate productive communication, and surface responsible concerns regarding university policies and practices.

For many graduate students pursuing work at the graduate level can be very stressful. Student Behavioral Health Services  provides evaluation and treatment to medical, dental and graduate students at UConn Health. While stress management is often a focus of treatment, students are seen for a variety of other issues. If you’re having a problem, we would like to help you solve it. Again, these matters are kept totally confidential.

We highly recommend that each student refer to the Graduate School Catalog and read it. This is where all the specifics are listed. In this publication you will find an array of information which is important, and in many cases necessary for you to be aware of.

We hope that your studies with us will be enjoyable and rewarding. Good luck in all you pursue!

 

rev. 3/20