School of Graduate Studies
Barnard Hall 102
1615 Stanley Street
New Britain, Connecticut 06050
Hours 8am - 5pm: Monday - Friday
Once you are accepted....
Welcome to Central Connecticut State University's School of Graduate Studies and congratulations on your acceptance! We are looking forward to seeing you on campus and hope that you will take advantage of all the learning opportunities CCSU has to offer.
In the acceptance packet from CCSU, you should have received information about the Graduate Studies Catalog, a planned program of study form, medical requirements, and for full-time students, a confirmation deposit form.
When you are new on campus, please stop by the Graduate Studies office in Barnard Hall, Room 102 to obtain a hard copy of the Graduate Studies Catalog and the Graduate Handbook.
To further assist you, please review the following
Full Time Students
Part Time Students
|Obtain Parking Permit/decal at the Student Center's Card Office||Obtain Parking Permit/decal at the Student Center's Card Office|
|Pay $200 confirmation deposit through the Bursar||No confirmation fee ($200) for part time students|
|Register for classes (9-15 credits)||Register for classes (fewer than 9 credits)|
|Establish online BlueNet Account||Establish online BlueNet Account|
|Obtain Blue Chip ID Card||Obtain Blue Chip ID Card|
|Complete physical examination requirements||Physical examinations are not required for PT students|
|Provide health forms||Provide health forms|
|Pay tuition / Course Fees||Pay tuition / Course Fees|
|Payment plans are available through Central Payment Plan (CPP)||Payment plans are available through Central Payment Plan (CPP)|
The following checklist will assist you as you begin your CCSU graduate program:
¤ Parking on campus is permitted in student designated spaces with a student permit/decal obtainable from the Card Center in the Student Center Bookstore (860) 832-2140.
¤ Full time graduate students are charged an admission confirmation deposit of $200.00 pri
¤ Register for classes. This can be completed online, on campus or via regular mail. Information about the registration process is available online or in the Course Listing Booklet. The booklet is distributed at the Enrollment Center in Willard Hall, room 100. If you require assistance in choosing courses, contact your advisor whose name is found on your acceptance letter. For student registration, visit the Registrar’s Office website.
¤ Student ID. New students need to obtain a Blue Chip ID card (student identification card) which is used at facilities such as the parking garages, library, computer labs, and to attend campus events. The Card Office is in the Student Center Bookstore. Students should bring a copy of their class schedule and a valid form of identification.
¤ Computer Account. All new students need to create a BlueNet account which provides access to CCSU computing services, both on-campus & off-campus e-mail, online registration, and much more. The account can be created online or in person at the Marcus White Student Technology Center.
¤ Medical Requirements. Full time students are required by the state to have a physical examination and provide proof of immunizations. Part time students must provide proof of immunizations. All forms are available at the Health Services Office in Marcus White Annex or the website.
¤ Program of Study. The planned program of study form is a list of courses/capstone requirements needed to complete your program. This form should be completed with your advisor according to your program requirements before the end of your first semester, unless your program specifies otherwise. Your acceptance letter as well as the CCSU website provides the name, email address and phone number of your program advisor.
¤ Tuition/Course Fees. Full time and Part Time students pay through the Bursar’s Office in Memorial Hall. Students may request a payment plan through Central Payment Plan (CPP) found on the Bursar’s Website.
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