ConnCAP High School Program
WHAT IS ConnCAP?
Established in 1987 under the Connecticut Board of Governors for Higher Education, the Collegiate Awareness and Preparation Program (ConnCAP) was designed to increase the number of graduating high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds and prepare them with the necessary skills and motivation for success in college.
Celebrating Three Decades of Success
Now, in its third decade, Central Connecticut State University's ConnCAP Program is one of the oldest and largest in the state. The program serves 130 students in grades 7 - 12, annually. Over 2,200 students have participated in CCSU's ConnCAP program, which has an average program retention rate of 90% and a college-going rate well above the national average.
"Preparing Today's Scholars & Future Leaders!"
"You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream" ~ C.S. Lewis