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CCSU
Central Connecticut State University

 

1615 Stanley St.

New Britain, CT 06050

860-832-CCSU

Email: admissions@ccsu.edu

Web: www.ccsu.edu

Transfer students are an important part of Central Connecticut State University. With strong ties to all the state’s community colleges, CCSU works towards making the transfer process easier. The University’s Transfer Tuesdays program helps students to quickly become part of the Blue Devil Family, enabling them to make the most out of their education.

CCSU is a vibrant learning-centered community, currently serving more than 9,000 undergraduate students and 2,000 graduate students. A CCSU education balances academic challenge and personal support, leading students to become thoughtful, responsible, and successful citizens. A network of study-abroad opportunities, overseas inter-institutional arrangements, and other internationally focused programming prepares students to become “global citizens,” able to succeed in an increasingly international marketplace.

CCSU’s undergraduate curriculum, nationally recognized for its excellence, offers 100 majors in more than 80 fields of study. Programs are offered in liberal arts and social sciences, education and professional studies, nursing, engineering, science, technology, and business in addition to a wealth of special programs that enrich and further diversify educational opportunities.

CCSU offers a welcoming and attractive campus on the northern edge of New Britain, 15 minutes from Hartford and about two hours from New York City and Boston. The campus of nearly 165 acres and some 40 buildings features state-of-the-art technologies, places to study, relax and hang with friends. Wireless access is available throughout the campus. The Elihu Burritt Library’s current holdings include 750,000 volumes; over 3,000 periodicals; and 550,000 additional items. The University offers 10 residence halls, housing nearly 25 percent of students.

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