UConn 2000 General Obligation Bonds
- Par Amount
- Retail Order Period Begins
- Sale Date
- Closing Date
- Method of Sale
University of Connecticut
General Obligation Bonds
2019 Series A and 2019 Refunding Series A
The Treasurer of the State of Connecticut on behalf of the University of Connecticut announces a $240,000,000 * University of Connecticut General Obligation Bond Sale with a three day offering period beginning on April 22, 2019. During the first two days of the sale, priority is given to orders from individual investors; priority on the third day of the sale is given to institutional investors. The 2019 Series A Bonds will finance projects included in the UConn 2000 Infrastructure Improvement Program, a $4.6 billion, 32-year program to renew, rebuild and enhance the University’s campuses. The 2019 Refunding Series A Bonds will refund certain outstanding bonds for debt service savings.
Before you buy any bonds, you should read the related Preliminary and final Official Statement, which will contain all available information about the bonds.
See the Official Statement for further and detailed information regarding the tax status of the bonds. Before deciding to purchase any bonds, investors should consult their tax advisors to determine the applicable federal, state and local tax consequences of owning any bonds.
Expected Retail Order Period:
Monday, April 22, 2019 and Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Expected Institutional Pricing:
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Expected Closing and Delivery Date:
Wednesday, May 08, 2019
Par Amount 2019 Series A and 2019 Series A Refunding:
General Obligation of the University. Additionally secured by the State’s commitment to pay debt service on the 2019 Series A and 2019 Series A Refunding Bonds.
Serial Maturities 2020 to 2039*
Principal Due Date:
Interest Payment Dates:
Semiannually on May 1st and November 1st
in each year, commencing November 1, 2019
To be determined at the time of pricing
Type of Securities Offered:
Fixed Rate Bonds
$5,000, or any integral multiples thereof
Expected Tax Status:
Interest on the Bonds is exempt from Federal
income tax and, for Connecticut residents, is
also State tax-exempt.
Standard & Poor’s: A+
*Preliminary, subject to change.
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