Resources for Students
This page is a list of links to useful resources for students. If there is anything that you would like to see added to this page or if you have any other questions for your Student Government Association contact us at MySGA@ccsu.edu.
Campus Police (For Emergencies, Dial 911)
The University Police Department is currently located at 1 Pikiell Drive (off Manafort Drive and number 29 on the University map) and is open 24 hours a day. The administrative services portion of the department is open from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Click on the above link to search for Faculty and Staff by department or by name.
Click on the above link to view the web page for CCSU Scholarships. For SGA Scholarships, click on the "Committees" link in the bar to the left of this window.
Click on the above link to visit the Financial Aid page for CCSU.
Click the above link to see The Learning Center web page. Located in Willard Hall, Room 101, The Learning Center at Central Connecticut State University provides assistance for all students so that they may reach their maximum academic potential.
Dr. Tordenti (Vice President, Student Affairs) and the Office of Student Affairs strives to foster student success through a spirit of collegiality, respect, and collaboration in working effectively with students and the entire CCSU community.
The staff of the Office of Student Disability Services is committed to providing you with the support and services needed to allow you the opportunity to participate in the rich and varied life at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). The Office is now located in Willard Hall 101-04.
The CT BOR is charged with overseeing the Connecticut State University System, the Community College System and Charter Oak State College. This board makes many important decisions regarding higher education in CT. Currently, your represtentative serving on the Student Advisory Committee to the BOR is Nick Alaimo.
Click the above link to visit the CT Legislature. Find out what your state legislative branch is doing. Find the Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee, and see what they are doing for higher education in CT. Search CT State Laws, know your rights, and know who's representing you at the state level.
Click the above link to see all the major expansion, renovation, and improvement projects planned at CCSU.
The LGBT center is a welcoming community for LGBTQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Ally) students, and educating the campus on LGBT issues and student services.
Counseling services encompass a wide range of concerns you may have about your personal wellness or the wellness of another individual. "We are here for you and we are only a phone call away: (860) 832-1945"
The Ruthe Boyea Women's Center exists to provide resources, to advocate, to inform, and to support personal development. The Center offers a variety of services for and about women.
The Man-Enough Support Group provides a comfortable and supportive forum where men can openly discuss their concerns, stressors, and pressures related to being a man in a college community. The group will provide a safe setting where men can openly address their own issues while fostering strong personal growth, interpersonal bonds of camaraderie, and mutual strength. The group is open to both undergraduate and graduate male students.
This page is under constant construction and management. If you have any input on resources you would like to see listed on this page, please email us at MySGA@ccsu.edu.