UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONLarry Hall, Director
J.A. Tony Carberry, Associate Director
Douglas Benoit, Assistant Director
Eric Dobler, Assistant Director
Jane Gardner, Assistant Director
Kristin Lake-Piano, Assistant Director
Leah Skinner, Assistant Director
Donna DeCarlo, Admissions Representative
Phone: 860-832-CCSU (2278)
Central Connecticut State University welcomes applicants from a broad range of abilities, interests, and backgrounds. Our admissions process is designed to evaluate the academic readiness of applicants for undergraduate study. Undergraduate students are admitted to either full-time (12 hours or more) or part-time (11 hours or fewer) study and applications are accepted for both the fall and spring semesters. All applicants must be graduates of accredited high schools/preparatory schools or holders of a General Equivalency Diploma (GED). Home schooled applicants must submit a transcript and/or all academic documentation that outlines the courses studied.
To be considered for full-time or part-time admission, applicants should submit the completed Application for Undergraduate Admission (www.ccsu.edu/apply), a non-refundable $50.00 application fee, and all required supporting credentials by the University's deadlines. For application, deadlines, and credential information, consult: www.ccsu.edu/admission, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 860-832-2278.
Applicants will be notified by mail of acceptance to the University. Central Connecticut State University has a rolling admission process.The application fee may be waived if a waiver form is submitted by one of the following: 1) a recognized talent search or Upward Bound agency, such as Career Beginnings, 2) the College Board, or 3) CONN-TAC. All decisions regarding fee waivers must be approved by the director of admissions. All credentials submitted by the applicant become part of the student's permanent University record and are not returned.
For more information, please see the pages linked below.Admissions Advising Transfer Student Admissions Veterans/Reservists/National Guard
First-Year Student Admissions International Student Admissions Medical Exam
Students with Disabilities Re-Entry Admissions
Courses for Qualified High School Students Fresh Start Policy