Dates & Fees

Winter Session Calendar 2024

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Observed Holiday; No classes


Class 1


Class  2



Class 3

Add/drop deadline


Class 4



12/31/23 1/1/24

Observed Holiday; No classes


Class 5


Class 6


Class 7


Class 8







Class 9


Class 10


Class 11


Class 12

Last Day to Drop Course with a W (no refund); last day to place or remove pass/fail 


Class 13



Winter Session Grades Due

The final exam is the day of the last class meeting. Not all courses have exams. See class syllabus.

Avoiding Late Fees

Students who do not pay their fee bill by the due date of December 19, 2023 will be charged a late fee. Students who register after the payment due date will have 10 days from the date they register to submit their payment before the $150 late fee applies.

Adding and Dropping Classes

All add/drop requests received by December 28, 2023 will result in a full refund minus the non-refundable enrollment fee. Classes dropped after December 28, 2023 will not be eligible for a course refund. To add/drop courses:

  • Current UConn students may self-register (add/drop) for classes through their Student Admin accounts until December 28, 2023.
  • Visiting/NonDegree students: Registration is a 2-step process for Visiting students: Applying and Registering. Once you receive your confirmation email and receive access to the Student Administration System, you will search for and register (add/drop) for courses.
  • For all students: To receive a full refund (minus the enrollment fee) for a course, students must drop their course(s) by the December 28, 2023 deadline. Course drop requests after December 28 may be submitted to the Registrar’s Office by emailing them at Please note that no refunds are given for classes dropped after December 28, 2023.
  • Looking for information on refund and other policies? Visit:

2024 Winter Session Cost

Total course cost for a typical* 3-credit Winter Session 2024 course: Winter Session courses are charged per credit at the in-state rate for all students.




Online (OA/OS/OB) $2193 $2213

*Typical = no special materials or late fees.

Fee Breakdown

The total cost of attending Winter Session includes both course (per-credit) fees and other mandatory fees, including the non-refundable enrollment fee. Some courses, including all online courses, have additional required fees. See the following table for fee descriptions and terms.

Course Fees (per credit) Required/base fee. Charged per credit hour. $681 per credit for all undergraduate courses $1,047 per credit for all graduate courses Course fees are calculated per credit for all students at the in-state rate and apply to all courses. The per-credit rate is determined by the level (undergraduate or graduate) of the course. Examples: 3-credits of undergraduate course fees = $2,043, 3-credits of graduate course fees = $3171.
Enrollment Fee Required fee (non-refundable). $45 for UConn Students; $65 for non-UConn students You will be charged the enrollment fee one time per Winter session, no matter how many courses you take. This fee is non-refundable on the first day of the session start date for any course.
Technology Fee Required fee. $30 You will be charged the technology fee only once, regardless of how many courses you take.
Online Course Fee Required for all online courses in addition to other required fees. $25/credit Applies to online courses only. Students in online courses are charged an additional online course fee based on the number of credit-hours they are taking online. (Example: for a typical 3-credit online course, a student will pay a $75 online course fee in addition to course and other required fees.)
Late Fee $150 Charged only to students who do not pay their fees bill for a course by the wintersession fees due date. Students who register after the payment due date for a given session will have 10 days from the date they register to submit their payment before the $150 late fee applies.

Winter Housing and Dining

For information about winter housing and dining options for UConn students, visit the Residential Life Winter Recess Housing page.