A commuter student is someone that does not live in a Residence Hall. You are indeed a commuter if you live just across the street from campus (a Resi-muter?), ten miles away, or in another town or city. This makes you a commuter. Please be sure to visit our Services and Resources pages for additional commuter support information!
Car Trouble? The Information Desk has emergency auto repair equipment available for check out.
If you have any questions about services available to commuting students, please stop by the Student Center Department office or call us at (860) 832-1960.
CCSU and CTTransit have partnered to offer students a UPass, free
Swipe your student ID and enjoy a full, balanced meal in Memorial Hall or Hilltop Cafe
The Commuter Service office can help you learn about the services we offer on campus
Get Involved On Campus
Student Activities/Leadership Development
SALD is your resource to getting involved in student leadership positions and activities.
Share your energy, enthusiasm, and excitement, by getting involved!
Student Center, Room 201.
Campus Recreation is an operation within the Division of Student Affairs at Central Connecticut State University. We provide wellness and healthy lifestyle oriented programs, events, and services to students, faculty and staff through our program areas including Fitness, Recreation, Intramurals, and Sport Clubs. Working out / taking a fitness class on campus and want to shower before heading to class? There are shower facilities in Kaiser Hall, Beecher Hall, and Sam May Hall. Please check the RECentral website for hours when the fitness centers are available.
Locker rooms located in the basement
Men’s Locker (room 005)
Women’s Locker (room 043)
Beecher Fitness Center
Basement of Catherine Beecher Hall
Sam May Fitness Center
Basement of Sam May Hall
If you have additional questions, please contact Mr. Ken DeStefanis, Recreation Specialist, at (860) 832-3732. His office is located in Kaiser Basement, room 039.
Student Clubs - The Link
You will find a listing of over 100 active organizations and clubs on this campus.
There is a variety to choose from, ranging from recreational and sporting clubs, to
social and cultural clubs, fraternities and sororities, and governmental organizations.
If you have any questions contact the SA/LD office at (860) 832-1990.
Student Government (SGA) & Student Union Board of Governors (SUBOG)
Commuter students have representation in various organizations like the Student Government Association and the Student Union Board of Governors. SUBOG provides funding for programs for our commuting students which are held periodically throughout the year. At the beginning of each semester, the Student Center will host a social to give commuting students an opportunity to meet other commuters and learn of services on campus.