1. Attend Transfer Advising Session at a School-Based Advising Center Academic Advisers are the main source of support and information about your academic
plans and programs. You should always meet with an adviser before each semester’s
registration. However, you are encouraged to meet often to discuss courses, academic
work, career plans, internships and other matters. Click on the relevant link below
to schedule your introductory meeting.
Ammon College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences: Student Advising Center
School of Business: Student Advising Center
School of Education & Professional Studies: Student Advising Center
School of Engineering, Science & Technology: Student Advising Center
2. Activate Your BlueNet Account Your BlueNet account is a unique username and password to access CCSU computing services both on and off campus. Click here for more information.
3. Submit CCSU Student Wellness Center Forms All full-time students are required to submit a medical form to University Health Service. All medical forms must be returned by July 15 (Fall) / December 15 (Spring). Incomplete health forms will delay your registration, so please be diligent and follow up on the receipt of your health forms. Begin at www.ccsu.edu/healthservices or call 860-832-1925.
4. Verify Your Health Insurance Coverage All full-time undergraduate students are required to have health insurance. Students are automatically billed each semester for university group accident and sickness insurance provided by the Aetna Student Health Insurance Company. You can waive the sickness portion of the policy if you have your own health insurance. See www.ccsu.edu/bursar.
5. Register for Classes Students can register for courses using CentralPipeline. Transfer Student s are eligible for priority registration based on the number of credits they have earned. For more information on Registration visit: www.ccsu.edu/registrar/registration. If you miss these deadlines, many of our courses may be filled and course selection will be very limited.
6. Obtain Photo I.D./Blue Chip Card Once you have registered for at least one course, obtain your Student I.D./Blue Chip card by visiting the University Book store. Please print your class schedule and bring it with you. This student identification card will give you access to multiple services, including meal plans, debit spending accounts, the library, University Wellness Services, gyms and fitness centers, and special events. website: www.ccsu.edu/cardoffice
7. Learn About CCSU’s Writing and Mathematics Requirements CCSU’s writing and mathematics requirements must be satisfied with your first 24 credits of coursework or you will not be allowed to register for further classes at the University. See: www.ccsu.edu/transfer/placements
8. Obtain Parking Permit All students are eligible to apply for a parking permit after registering for classes. A parking permit is required for all vehicles on campus. The application form at the back of this guide is provided for your convenience. See: www.ccsu.edu/cardoffice
9. Pay Your Tuition and Fees All the information for paying your bills and managing your account is available online at www.ccsu.edu/bursar. The due date for tuition for the Fall Semester is July 15 and for the Spring Semester is December 15. Questions: 860-832-2010.
10. Send Final College/University Transcripts If you are currently enrolled at another university or college, you must have the Registrar forward a final academic transcript as soon as grades are available. Transcripts should be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Recruitment & Admissions, Davidson Hall, Room 115, CCSU, 1615 Stanley Street, New Britain, CT 06050.
11. Purchase Textbooks Shop early and save by reserving your textbooks at the CCSU Bookstore. Visit the Bookstore located in the Student Center. To learn about the Textbook Price Guarantee, and textbook rentals, visit: www.ccsu.edu/bookstore
12. Emergency Notification System All students are automatically enrolled in the CCSU Emergency Notification System to receive important notifications about campus emergencies. Be sure to check that the correct information has been recorded: www.ccsu.edu/ens Through the ENS, you will receive critical public safety alerts via telephone, email, text messaging, voice mail, and web.
13. Still Have Questions? Contact the Office of Recruitment & Admissions at 860-832-2278 or email email@example.com.