Planning Your Change from a Regional Campus to Storrs

Information Sessions

Information sessions for students interested in changing from their regional campus to Storrs are held each semester. Meetings are held each October and February. Select your campus below for info session details.

Avery Point

Wed, Feb 7, 2024 12:30pm Academic Building Auditorium

Wed, Feb 21, 2024 12:30pm Academic Building Auditorium

Wed, Feb 28, 2024 12:30pm Academic Building Auditorium

Campus Change questions:


Wed, Feb 28, 2024 12:30pm Hartford Times Building Rm. 318

Tue, Mar 5, 2024 3:15pm Hartford Times Building Rm. 226


Thu, Feb 22, 2024 5:00-6:00pm

This session will be virtual. Sign up via Nexus.


Mon, Feb 5, 2024 12:30 – 1:30pm (WREC 402)

Thu, Feb 15, 2024 12:30 – 1:30pm (WREC 402)

Storrs Campus Tour

Considering a transition to Storrs? Whether you haven't seen the campus yet or want to get more familiar with your potential new home, a campus tour is a great way to see campus and ask questions.

Schedule a Tour

Overview & Eligibility

To be eligible for campus change from a regional campus to Storrs, you must fulfill specific programmatic requirements for your intended major. Most students must complete 54 credits before they can campus change to Storrs.

Eligible students can campus change to Storrs for either the fall or spring semester. In order to change campuses, you must apply by the deadlines listed below. We recommend attending an info session at your campus in order to understand the requirements and process.

Storrs Spring Admission Program
Students who have been admitted through the Storrs Spring Admission Program are not considered campus change students. Visit the Admissions website for more information.

New/Incoming Students
New/incoming students should not complete this form; instead, reach out to with any questions about your admissions decision or campus.


Exceptions to the credit requirement are determined by major and program requirements. Students seeking an early campus change should speak to:

  • A representative from the Office of Student Services at their regional campus to determine whether or not they qualify.
  • An academic advisor from their school/college
  • Review the details below for their school/college

College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources

If you are a declared CAHNR major, please contact an advisor in the Office of Academic Programs to discuss your campus change requirements, because the 54-credit rule may not apply for the following majors:

  • Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • Allied Health Sciences
  • Animal Science
  • Applied and Resource Economics
  • Diagnostic Genetic Sciences
  • Dietetics
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Environmental Studies
  • Exercise Science
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Medical Laboratory Sciences
  • Natural Resources
  • Nutritional Sciences
  • Pathobiology
  • Sustainable Plant and Soil Systems

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

CLAS students should speak to Student Services at their regional campus first. If approved for a campus change, you are required to attend a CLAS campus change presentation at your regional campus during the semester prior to your campus change.

School of Business

Students in the School of Business must be in a major offered at Storrs to proceed through the campus change process to Storrs. See majors offered by campus on the Majors in Business website. Students interested in changing majors must apply through the School of Business Internal Admission process. No campus changes to Storrs will be approved without admission to a Storrs-based major, and 54 earned credits. Interested students should work with their academic advisor to identify eligibility requirements and plan accordingly.

School of Engineering

If you are a declared School of Engineering major, the 54-credit rule may not apply to you. Please do the following:

  • Contact Shoshana Armington and schedule an appointment via Nexus the semester prior to campus changing.
  • Contact your assigned regional campus advisor as listed in Peoplesoft.
  • Consider registering for ENGR 3184, a one-credit transition seminar course in Storrs.

How to Apply

All currently enrolled students interested in campus changing for Fall 2024, regardless of their current campus, must complete the form below.

Important note: New/incoming students should not complete this form; instead, reach out to with questions about your admissions decision or campus.

Fall 2024 Campus Change Request Form


September 10, 2024
Application opens for students seeking a campus change for Spring 2025 semester

October 28, 2024
Application deadline for students seeking a campus change to Storrs for Spring 2025

November 15, 2024
Residence Life housing application deadline for campus change students for Spring 2025

Storrs Housing

Regional campus students switching to the Storrs campus are guaranteed housing. If you are interested in living on campus, you must apply for housing and meet all housing deadlines in order to be assigned space in a residence hall.

Residential Life's staff can answer all of your questions about the housing application process. As a regional campus student, you are a current UConn student – not a transfer student. If you call Residential Life, please identify yourself as a campus change student.

Important Housing Residency Information
Students who will be 19 or younger at the start of the semester are required to live on campus as a part of the Residency Requirement.

Tuition and Fees

As a campus change student, your fee bill will change, so please prepare ahead of time and make accommodations.

Tuition & Fee Info

UNIV 1820: Transition Year Experience for Campus Change Students

UConn offers a new one-credit course each spring (beginning in week seven of the semester) for regional campus students to learn about the campus change experience. This course connects upcoming campus change students with peer mentors in an interactive asynchronous environment. Students learn details about life as a UConn student at Storrs and tips for how to succeed academically, socially, and emotionally. Enrolled students also have the chance to visit Storrs to experience the classes and campus firsthand. For more details and to enroll, visit the Campus Change Mentoring website.