Commissioner Thomas J. Saadi invites you to attend the Department of Veterans Affairs annual Black History Month Ceremony at the DVA Campus on Thursday February 23rd at 10:30am with keynote speaker State Representative Anthony Nolan. Information click here

Tuition Waivers

Overview

Veterans may attend Connecticut Public Colleges and Universities tuition free.

Connecticut statutes provide that tuition may be waived for qualified veterans attending the University of Connecticut, Connecticut State Universities and the 12 Community-Technical Colleges.

Waivers cover only the cost of tuition for credit-bearing undergraduate and graduate programs. Other charges, such as for books, student activity and course fees, parking, and room and board, are not waived. To qualify for a waiver at the University of Connecticut and Connecticut State Universities, veterans generally must be matriculated, that is, admitted to a degree program. The Community-Technical Colleges are more flexible. Remember to take a copy of your separation papers with you when applying for admission and registering for courses.