Office of Academic Articulations and Partnerships



Transfer News!




The Office of Transfer and Academic Articulations 

The Office of Transfer and Academic Articulations continues to strive to fulfill the mission of our department, the Academic Affairs division and the overall mission of our University with regard to transfer students. We continue to work toward making processes for transfer students transparent and seamless. Our office initiatives continue to be focused on the development of partnerships, articulation agreements, and ways to create a more seamless transition for our transfer students.

Welcome Transfer Students!



Please Select the Flyer Below to Register for the Transfer Mentoring Program

We are excited to welcome you to

Central Connecticut State University!

Transferring to a new college can be difficult so we hope to help make your transition as easy as possible.  Transfer students are an important part of our university community and we want you to feel at home here.  As your first step towards connecting to CCSU, we encourage you to set up your CentralPipeline account. To do this, please visit the following link, making sure you have the CCSU Banner ID assigned to you. 

Central Pipeline Account Set-Up (Select "Activate Your Account" to begin.) 

The second step in the process of transitioning to CCSU is to meet with an academic advisor to assist you in choosing classes for your first semester. Contact your dean/advisor as soon as possible to set up an advising appointment.  

Please call the appropriate school below to schedule an advising appointment:

School of Arts and Sciences - Arts & Sciences Advising Place , Willard Hall Room 305, 860-832-2602

School of Business Advising Center, Vance Academic Center Room 216, 860-832-3205

School of Education and Professional Studies Advising Center, Barnard Hall, Room 203, 860-832-2370

School of Engineering and Technology Student Services Center, Copernicus Hall, Room 241, 860-832-1800

Undeclared , Center for Advising and Career Exploration, Willard Hall, Suite 103, 860-832-1615