Bring Your Acceptance Letter
Students need to bring their acceptance letter with them. Transfer students should bring the course catalog from their previous institution and a copy of their preliminary transfer credit evaluation so that we are able to properly evaluate transfer credits.
Pay Your Deposit
In order to participate in Summer Orientation we must receive your $200 tuition deposit, health forms, and final official High School and/or College Transcript(s) before the day of the event. Click here to make a payment.
Students not providing proof of heath requirements will not be able to register for classes or reside in any of our residence halls. For more information, please contact Student Health Services at 203-576-4712, or email@example.com. The Health Examination Form must be filled out by your doctor.
Connecticut State Law and the University of Bridgeport require proof of the following:
- Tuberculosis Risk Assessment/ TB Test: All students must have a Tuberculosis Risk Assessment or a TB test within six months of admission to the University.
- Measles, Mumps and Rubella: Two vaccines are required after age one. This pertains to all students born after December 31, 1957.
- Meningitis: All students living in residence halls within the past 5 years.
- Varicella (Chicken Pox): Two vaccines or documented history of disease. Students born in the United States before 1980 are exempt.
All new undergraduate students will be placed into English courses based on SAT scores. Additionally, students will be placed into a entry-level, modular math course. Transfer students may be exempt. New students have the option to request a placement test if they wish to try to waive these courses. Placement tests are available at summer orientation or in August, when students arrive for the school year.