Non-Matriculated (Non-Degree) Student Registration

 

If you have a high school diploma or an equivalency diploma, you may earn college credit as a non-matriculated (non-degree seeking) student by registering for university courses through the Registrar's Office.  When space is available, qualified high school students may be allowed to enroll in college courses prior to graduation from high school. Students should be recommended by their high school principal and approved by a CCSU department chair for appropriate college course work.

A selection of day, evening, Saturday, and online courses is available for registration.

Registering is easy and can be done all online.  

If you are interested in earning a degree at Central Connecticut State University, please apply to the Admissions Office for an Undergraduate or Graduate degree program.

NOTE: Non-Matriculated undergraduate students must apply for matriculation before 30 credits are completed.  Students will not be allowed to matriculate after completion of 30 credits without specific recommendation of an academic dean of the University.

 

Registration and Semester Dates:

 
Summer Session 2014

Registration begins Monday, March 31, at 8 a.m. 

First 5-week session classes run May 27 - June 27

8-week session classes run May 27 - July 21

Second 5-week session classes run June 30 - August 1

Post session classes run August 4 - 22
          

Fall 2014

Non-Matriculated Graduate Student Registration begins July 1 at 8 a.m. 

Non-Matriculated Undergraduate Student Registration begins July 21 at 8 a.m.

 

Full term classes run August 28 - December 17

1st 8 Week Session runs August 28 - October 22

2nd 8 Eight Week Session runs October 23 - December 17

 

Registering For Classes:

If you are interested in taking advantage of the wide variety of courses available at Central Connecticut State University, you can register in one of three ways through the Registrar's Office.

  

1.  REGISTER VIA THE WEB

First, create a student ID number. Next, follow the instructions at the end of the application to set up a BlueNet account for web registration.

It is essential that you use a supported browser.  Please use Internet Explorer (PC) or Safari (MAC).

For problems with web registration, please contact 860-832-2236.

 
 
 

2.  IN PERSON

At the Registrar's Office in Davidson Hall, room 116.

3.  BY MAIL

CCSU / Registrar's Office
Attn: Registration
P.O. Box 4010
New Britain, CT  06050-4010

 

Please include check or money order made out to "CCSU".  

Credit Cards are not accepted with mail-in registration, but only available through online registration  (see method #1 above).

 

Important Payment Information:

Once you are registered, you must make payment online through QuikPAY using MasterCard, Discover Card, or electronic check.  Failure to pay at the time of registration may result in either your course(s) being dropped or your account being sent to collections.

A student who has received at least a Bachelor's degree from an accredited higher education institution is considered a graduate level student and is assessed the graduate tuition and fee rates for course credit regardless of the course level.

Part-Time Fees Guide

Central Payment Plan

Refund Policy

   

Books, Parking and Blue Chip Card (Student ID) information:

Once you are registered, visit the Bookstore for required texts.

The Card Office can provide information on student parking and how to obtain a Blue Chip student identification card.

 

Please note: All students will need to verify their permanent address, submit a name and address of someone as your emergency contact, and supply a local address (if you have one) before proceeding to registration.

  



 
Office of the Registrar
Davidson 116
Phone: (860) 832-2236
Fax: (860) 832-2250
regstaff@ccsu.edu

 
       
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