Tuition and Financial Information

The UConn Health Bursar's Office is located at AG050. To contact, phone: 860-679-1632 or email: Graduate students located at UConn Health are not charged the transit, general university or technology fees. Payment options are described on the Bursar's Office page.

2022-2023 Graduate Tuition and Fees per Semester

Credits In-State Tuition* Out-of-State Tuition*
1  $          1,138.00  $                  2,355.00
2  $          2,148.00  $                  4,582.00
3  $          3,158.00  $                  6,809.00
6  $          6,258.00  $                13,560.00
9+  $          9,424.00  $                20,380.00

*includes fees

Graduate School Tuition Waivers for:


Dual Degree Tuition Aid for MD/MPH and DMD/MPH only:

Financial Support

Student Funding Opportunities:

Student Funding Opportunities - Info and Application

Graduate Fellowship:

  • The Holger Hansen Fellowship
    The Holger Hansen Fellowship honors our founding Director.  Over his 23 years of service to UConn, Dr. Hansen oversaw the transformation of a Master of Science in Community Health to our CEPH-accredited Master of Public Health in 1985.  Under his leadership over the next 19 years, the program has addressed an important demand among health related professionals of Connecticut and the region for population health curriculum and services.   The Hansen Fellowship provides a tuition waiver and annual stipend to support a student under the mentorship of program.  Individuals are nominated for the Hansen Fellowship by the admissions committee each year.

University Award:

Course Assistants

The Program provides employment to as many as 10 individuals each semester who function as assistants to the instructors of our undergraduate and foundational courses.   Students selected for these roles earn $5,000 per course per semester.


  • Segal Scholarship
    The Joan Segal Scholarship recognizes 40+ years of service to UConn by our program’s founding Associate Director.  Joan began her career as a research assistant in the School of Dental Medicine where she was responsible for establishing its continuing education program.   After completing a Masters of Community Health, the forerunner to the MPH program, she remained with the program as administrator and instructor until retirement.  The Joan Segal Scholarship awards tuition support to students from underrepresented backgrounds who otherwise lack financial support to complete graduate education.  Individuals are recommended for the Segal Scholarship by the program director.


Information on Graduate Student Financial Aid

available at the Office of Student Financial Aid Services