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Will I get accepted to UCONN???

blue14blue14 Posts: 2Registered User New Member
edited December 2009 in College Search & Selection
I applied to UCONN late October and it is my top choice. I am out of state, have a 3.33/4.0 GPA, SAT: 1080/1600, 1620/2400, varsity ice hockey, in a couple of clubs.
What are my chances and when should I hear back?
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Replies to: Will I get accepted to UCONN???

  • rdh1991rdh1991 Posts: 602Registered User Member
    high match. the SAT score is low. But its def not impossible.
  • ds143ds143 Posts: 374Registered User Member
    I agree. You're not a shoe-in, but you certainly stand a fair chance. Good luck!
  • Gordon_GekkoGordon_Gekko Posts: 352Registered User Member
    When I applied I had a last 60 3.27 and 1170 and didn't get in, but that was for grad school.
  • mom2collegekidsmom2collegekids Posts: 64,131Registered User Senior Member
    When does UConn usually let students know if they've been accepted?

    Here are the freshmen stats for UConn

    Freshman Academic Profile
    Admissions Selectivity Rating: 89
    SAT:
    % Submitting Score: 96%
    Critical Reading Middle 50%: 540 - 630
    Math Middle 50%: 570 - 660
    Writing Middle 50%: 550 - 640



    UConn has highish OOS tuition ($24k). The COA for an OOS student is about $36k. Is that affordable?
  • gbesqgbesq Posts: 1,779Registered User Senior Member
    Dicey with your stats, but not impossible. UConn is not an easy OOS admit, it's expensive for nonresidents, and it isn't generous with financial aid either. You may want to give the $ some thought if you are accepted. Good luck.
  • mom2collegekidsmom2collegekids Posts: 64,131Registered User Senior Member
    UConn is not an easy OOS admit, it's expensive for nonresidents, and it isn't generous with financial aid either. You may want to give the $ some thought if you are accepted. Good luck.

    That's what I was thinking.


    Blue14: Is money an issue? What other schools are you applying to? What is your home state?
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