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1615 Stanley Street
New Britain, CT 06050
Phone: (860) 832-1601
Fax: (860) 832-1610
Office hours: 8 am – 5 pm
Appointments may be scheduled
from 9 am to 4:30 pm.
Please call 860-832-1601 for a virtual meeting with one of our staff.
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As you acclimate to college life here at CCSU, you can transition more easily by becoming knowledgeable about the various resources available on campus. Find ways to get involved in clubs/organizations, look into the types of services offered on campus, and check out the events of the day, and much more!
Undergraduate admissions at CCSU is offered for the Spring and Fall semesters. Students can apply as a first time or transfer student using either the common application or our own CCSU application. Students should apply online as full-time or part-time students to CCSU through the Admissions page. Full-time students will need to pay a confirmation fee of $200 to secure a spot at CCSU through the Bursar’s Office, while part-time students are not required to pay a confirmation fee. Please follow the links below to learn more about our admissions deadlines and requirements.
First Year Student requirements for Admission to CCSU
Transfer Student requirements for Admission to CCSU
International Student requirements for Admission to CCSU
Graduate Studies and Admissions
Graduate Student requirements for Admission to CCSU
Veterans Affairs student educational benefits
There are four academic schools within CCSU: the School of Business, the School of Engineering, Science, & Technology, the School of Education & Professional Studies and the Carol A. Ammon College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, plus Graduate Studies for your Master’s Degree.
Faculty and staff information can be found on the Faculty/Staff Directory.
If you need to contact the Chair of a Department, please view Academic Chairs of Departments.
You can find the Deans’ office staff and other information from this page, Academic Deans, once you click on your choice of schools.
To look for available classes/courses, please use the Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog. Once you’ve been accepted, and need to register for classes, you will need to go to Central Pipeline and access Web-Central Banner Web Services by logging in with your Username and Password. For your first semester at CCSU, our advisors will choose your schedule for you, based on your responses to the Academic Profile that you submit. Please read information on the Orientation pages. After being accepted, you will be contacted by one of the deans’ offices, depending on your choice of major, and by Orientation staff so that they can assist you with the processes.
The Bursar’s Office assists students and families with making payment of tuition and other expenses. Please view payment options and Frequently Asked Questions.
Registrar’s Office will help you with any changes that you need, whether to your classes or for other administrative purposes! For your first semester at CCSU, your advisor will provide you with your schedule. After the first semester, you will need to connect with your advisor to get a PIN number and discuss schedule options. There will be times when you can add or drop a class through Central Pipeline, however, sometimes during the semester, you may not be able to do so through Central Pipeline, and will need to complete a form on the Registrar’s webpage. Remember that the Registrar’s Office is the place to make changes to classes, add or drop a class, go from part time to full time status, get an official transcript, provide a change of address or phone number, apply for graduation and more.
Non-matriculated students (students taking classes without seeking a degree) will need to submit this completed registration form to the Registrar’s Office but do not need to submit a deposit in order to register for classes. Staff in the Registrar’s Office will review the form and provide a Student ID and PIN number so that students can register for classes. For subsequent semesters, non-matriculated students would need to register for classes through WebCentral-Banner Web and would need to meet with an advisor to get a PIN number prior to registering.
CCSU can help you with many types of Financial Aid. Complete a FAFSA to see what type of financial aid you will receive.
Living on campus, having a roommate who may become your best friend for life, meeting new people in the evenings and weekends at CCSU…and getting to class is super easy when your commute is five minutes! Apply for housing!
While living on campus, you can apply to be a Resident Assistant (RA) or join the Inter-Residence Council. Join one of the Living Learning Communities (LLC) on campus to connect with people who have the same interests as you. For information on any of the opportunities, please connect with Residence Life.
Requirements for all incoming students:
(Including transfer and exchange students, and those changing from part-time to full-time status)
Your health information is NOT automatically transferred with your academic records from your prior university. You must submit a completed form with all required information as if you were a first time college student.
Proof of Meningococcal vaccination (Menactra) is required for all residential students prior to room assignment. No student may move into campus housing without proof of this vaccine.
All students are required to submit a completed Connecticut State University Health Services form
Orientation for First-Year or Transfer students gets students on the right footing for a successful education!
First Year Orientation
To be ready for the first day of classes, please follow the New & Transfer Student Checklist. If you have any questions about Orientation or New Student Programs, please connect with Orientation@ccsu.edu or call them at 860-832-1234.
Please connect with the Card Office for your Blue Chip Card and parking. Information on Blue Chip card and its’ uses as well as how to get a parking pass is listed here. Information on your Blue Chip card
Campus Main Number: 860-832-3200
Toll Free Number: 1-888-733-2278
CCSU Campus Visits and Tours
Class Cancellation & Storm Phone: 860-832-3333
As you complete paperwork to become a student at CCSU, please review all deadlines by accessing the websites listed below. Failure to meet these requirements may affect your ability to register for classes, change your schedule and/or may adversely affect your status as a student at CCSU.
Please review requirements of the following departments by clicking on the links below:
Student Wellness Center (SWC), Student Health Services
Click here to download the required SWC, Health form.
The Student Handbook has lots of information that you will need. The Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog has all of the academic courses offered at CCSU. CCSU also offers certificate and Doctoral programs which can be found on this page CCSU Catalog.
Academic Calendar provides information on academic deadlines and policies.
Master Calendar provides information on interesting and exciting events being held on campus.
For technology issues at CCSU, please contact Information Technology (IT) at 860-832-1720. They can help you with issues of your email login, Blackboard, and anything to do with Central Pipeline.
Central Pipeline is the main student hub which has many of the tools for your success.
You may want to take the FOCUS 2 Assessment for self-assessment, career and major exploration. This assessment will help you to decide on a major and career option.
Go to Self-Assessment Tools on this page.
You can also check out “What can I do with a Major in…” and see what you might be doing in four years.
Utilize the interactive Campus Map and the Accessible Entrances map to easily navigate CCSU.
Each of the four academic schools at CCSU has an Advising Center to assist students with their schedules.
Each student is assigned an Advisor who will provide a PIN number and help him/her choose classes so that he/she can register for those classes. On Central Pipeline, when you log in, you can find the name of your advisor.
Curriculum Sheets and/or Academic Maps will indicate which classes are needed for your course of study. Both can be found on the webpage for your major/through the department.
You should “run” a Degree Evaluation, at least each semester, to see what courses you have left to take so that you can register appropriately. “Reading” and understanding your Degree Evaluation is just as important.
To view an Unofficial Transcript, go to Central Pipeline and click on “Web Central Banner Web,” log in with your BlueNet login, click on “Student,” then “Unofficial Transcript” and finally “Submit” to review your Unofficial Transcript.
We all need assistance at one time or another. With so many resources to be successful, why wait? Begin your academic life at CCSU by getting as much support as you need.
Student Disability Services (SDS) helps to provide accommodations to eligible students. Students must provide documentation before the start of each semester. For temporary disabilities, such as a broken arm or concussion, you may request accommodations with documentation from your physician.
Early Alert Program
Staff and faculty help students by intervening, and Identifying students who are struggling in their courses during the semester. Students are then connected to resources and provided assistance.
If you will be absent from classes for an extended period of time, we can help to support you. You will need to connect with your professors to coordinate the completion of your assignments.
“Students must notify the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs if expected to be out for five or more consecutive days. For those students who are out of class for five or more consecutive days, but were not cared for at Health Services-SWS, please ask your healthcare provider to send information about your absence to the Office of Student Affairs. The verification of your absence will be relayed to the appropriate professors. Since instructors have the final word regarding absences, please make sure you understand each instructor’s absence and illness policy. Most instructors will allow a certain number of absences. Please try to save these in case of illness.” (excerpt from the CCSU Student Handbook, page 67).
The Student Center is the ‘hub’ of campus, with plenty of space to study and relax. The Devil’s Den Food Court, Breakers Gameroom, the LGBT Center, the Women’s Center, the Bookstore and CENtix Box Office are some of the services and resources available to students. Commuter information can be found here Commuter Outreach. Breakers Game Room and E-Sports are coordinated by staff in the Student Center.
You will want to reserve space through Central Reservations Office (CRO), if you are planning an event on campus.
Student Center Information Desk provides lots of resources to you!
The CCSU Student Technology Center (Computer Lab) in Marcus White, Room 100 is available to students and provides computers, printers, scanners, wireless network and numerous software applications. For those students working on group projects, rooms may be reserved.
Currently, the Student Technology Center is closed. Please check their webpage for hours, when they reopen.
Please utilize the CCSU Elihu Burritt Library, located conveniently adjacent to the Student Center for all of your resource needs. Our librarians are available to assist you.
Memorial Hall, Hilltop Café, Starbucks (library), ZIME (Willard DiLoreto) & Devil's Den (Student Center)
For the Fall 2021 semester, dining is limited to Memorial Hall, Starbucks and Devil's Den
Please check hours of operation.
Working on campus is so much easier than working off campus. No traveling back and forth to campus, great employers, and the best perk – hours that work around your class schedule.
Main Student Employment Hub Career Success Center
Meeting and engaging with others couldn't be easier. There are so many clubs and organizations to join, events and other activities to attend.
Campus safety is the upmost priority for CCSU. There are many resources and support at CCSU to keep you healthy and safe.
Additional resources for students.
The Office of Community Engagement seeks to engage the CCSU campus community in projects and outreach that are mutually beneficial, contribute to the greater good, and build a sense of civic responsibility. The office facilitates partnerships with local business, nonprofit, and government agencies throughout New Britain and the greater Hartford area that lead to meaningful volunteer, service-learning, and other community engagement opportunities. Please connect with staff by emailing CommunityEngagement@ccsu.edu.
AmeriCorps and Peace Corps are national public service programs and are a great way for Americans to make a real difference in countries abroad and communities here at home.
If you are looking for local bus information, please take a look at local services:
Class Cancellation & Storm Phone
Cancellation and delay information for Central Connecticut State University will be made available on the Storm Phone: (860) 832-3333 and Cancellation/Delay page.
Traveling in Inclement Weather
Please note: Regardless of the University’s decisions to be open or closed, it is ultimately up to each individual to decide if conditions are safe enough for travel. Campus closings and delayed openings impact a large and diverse group of people; some 2,000 students live on campus and perhaps as many as another 1,500 live within a mile or two, while the rest, along with faculty and staff, commute from various distances over many roads in vehicles with a variety of weather-responsive features. Clearly, not every individual's situation can be taken into account. So only you can determine whether it is safe enough for you to travel. Based on your personal assessment of the weather conditions we ask that you plan accordingly
Please make sure to update your personal information for the Emergency Notification System so that you will receive cancellation information, especially in cases of rapidly developing severe weather.
CCSU has its own Police department for Public Safety.
Campus Parking Regulations are important to know so that you park in the correct lot and don’t get ticketed. CCSU does not charge a fee to park on campus, unlike many other colleges and universities.