I can’t remember my student administration number (PeopleSoft) number.
If you know your NetID and password, you can get your student administration (PeopleSoft) number by going to the following website: http://studentadminnbr.uconn.edu/.
For assistance with your NetID, please phone UITS at 860-486-HELP.
How do I find
my NetID? How do I reset my NetID
If you don’t
know your NetID or need to reset your
NetID password, go to http://netid.uconn.edu.
If you still have problems, call University
Information Technology Services at
Why should I check my
UConn Google Apps or HuskyMail frequently?
of Connecticut announcements are sent
only through University email (UConn Google Apps or Huskymail, depending on which one you are using) including
- Course changes
- Tuition and fee bill (you will
receive no other notification)
- Financial aid
- Library notices
- Other important official notifications
I’m having trouble
signing on to PeopleSoft.
Common problems and suggested solutions can be found at http://www.peoplesofthelp.uconn.edu/index.html. If you need your password reset and/or account unlocked, call (203) 251-8505.
How do I use PeopleSoft?
|Excellent online help
is available at http://www.peoplesofthelp.uconn.edu/index.html
How do I view
my fee bill?
You can view your fee
bill online for each semester through
After logging in, navigate to the
View Fee Bill by Semester link by clicking:
- SA Self Service > Learner Services > Finances
the View Fee Bill by Semester link.
- Click Search, then select the term
(semester) from the search results
Your fee bill for the selected semester
displays. Scroll down as necessary
to view your Charges, Credits, Refunds,
and Anticipated Deferrals for the selected
semester. Use your browser’s
print button to print your fee bill.
financial aid pay all my charges? What
can I do about it?
other than tuition, fees, room and
board, cannot be paid automatically
by Federal Title IV funds and/or outside
scholarships without your express authorization.
This includes charges such as parking,
health services or balances from previous
semesters. Without a waiver, you must
pay these charges even if a refund
check is received. If those charges
remain unpaid, a Bursar Hold may be
placed on your account, restricting
registration, use of athletic facilities
and other services.
To avoid this inconvenience, waivers
are available. These waivers authorize
the UConn Bursar's Office to use Federal
Title IV funds and/or outside scholarships
to pay any and all charges that may
appear on your fee bill.
After logging in to PeopleSoft, navigate
to the Waive Fin Aid Payment Rules
link by clicking:
- SA Self Service > Learner Services > Finances
- Click the Waive Fin Aid Payment
- Click Waiver Type at the top of
the page, or Next tab beneath the
explanation, to continue.
- Select the authorization option
that applies to you
- Click Create Waiver to enact your
How do I get my new
UConn ID card?
ID photos are taken at the Registrar’s office, Room 2.02. You will need to bring some form of picture ID such as your drivers’ license or passport to have your photo taken and processed.
Hours the office will be available for taking ID photos Spring Semester 2008 are as follows:
Tuesday – Thursday 10 AM – Noon, 1 PM – 4 PM
Please allow at least one week for processing before you can pick up your ID card. After picking it up, you will need to take it to the library to activate the barcode. For any questions, please call (203) 251-8505.
Your student ID is your library card.
You can deposit money into it and use it for printing and photocopying in the library and in the computer lab. You can also make purchases at the bookstore and café.
Deposits can be made at the One Card Office website and at the Coop Bookstore.
You can use your UConn ID card to ride the shuttle bus, at no cost, between the Uconn Stamford campus and the Stamford train station. Click here for more information.
Starting May 2007, new ID cards will be distributed. The new cards will no longer have the bearer’s social security number encoded in it and will have some new features. More information will be available at the One Card Office website.
Can I take a class
or two, even if I’m not a degree
seeking student here at UConn?
may take courses at UConn through the
Center of Continuing Studies if you
are a high school graduate or have
a high school equivalency diploma.
Typically, non degree students take
- Prior to applying for admission
to one of the University's schools
- For transfer back to their own
college or university where they
are degree seeking students.
- For personal or professional
For more information, go to www.continuingstudies.uconn.edu
Is there a senior
For $15 per semester,
persons 62 years of age or older may
audit undergraduate courses. Laboratory,
studio and online courses are excluded.
Prior consent from the must be obtained
from the instructor and there must
be space available. Enrollment
takes place after regular students
have had a chance to register.
Auditors do not participate in course
assignments or take exams. No
credit is awarded. No official
transcripts are maintained.
Senior citizen auditor registration
forms are available at the office of
the Bursar, Room 202
How do I apply for
a student job on campus?
applications are available at room
142 in Operations. If you applied
for financial aid and were awarded
work study, bring your award letter.
When an office on campus has an
opening, they may request completed
applications on file from Operations. The
office with an opening conducts any
interviews and does the hiring.
Student jobs are sometimes posted
throughout campus. Also, go
to http://studentjobs.uconn.edu for
online postings. However, not
all openings are posted.
available for Uconn Stamford Students?
Yes. The parking garage
is located adjacent to the campus on
Washington Boulevard. Students may
park in areas designated “Student
Parking.” A parking decal
is required of students parking at
the Stamford campus.
Fees for a Stamford campus parking
decal are as follows:
for the academic year (includes summer)
if you haven’t attended in
the fall but are attending spring
for summer if you haven’t paid
parking that includes summer
for each additional decal
As Uconn Stamford is a commuter campus,
degree students are automatically billed
for parking for the year. If
you will not be parking in the garage,
you must request cancellation before
the tenth day of class.
Non-degree students pay for parking
at the time of registration.
To register your vehicle and obtain
a decal, complete the Student
Vehicle Registration Information Form for
each decal you purchase, pay fees and
obtain proof of payment. Proof
of payment must specifically show that
parking fees are paid. Degree
students can obtain proof of payment
through PeopleSoft. Alternately,
students may go to the bursar’s
office to get copies of the form, pay
fees and obtain proof of payment.
Decals can be picked up from the Campus
Police located on the 3rd floor of
the parking garage. Present
proof of payment and completed registration
form. Parking decals
will not be mailed. However,
the Campus Police Office is open 7
days a week, 24 hours a day.
Please click here to see UCONN Stamford’s parking policy.