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Undergraduate Application

Application deadline has been extended to January 9

Central Connecticut State University offers two methods to apply for admission as an undergraduate student. Be sure to review admission requirements before applying. Admission Information Instructions

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Directly to Central

Create an account and apply through our Application Portal

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Common App

Apply through the Common App at commonapp.org.

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Withdraw/Defer My Application

Admission Requirements

First-Year Students Transfer Students

Application Deadlines

Central accepts applications on a rolling admissions basis. The preferred application deadlines are as follows:

Incoming StudentFall SemesterSpring Semester
First-YearMay 1Extended to January 9
TransferJune 1Extended to January 9
InternationalApril 1November 1

Graduate Application

Some graduate programs have additional application requirements. Be sure to review the requirements before applying.

Apply Directly to Central

Apply to Central directly as a graduate student by creating an account through our Application Portal

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Graduate Admission Requirements

Withdraw/Defer My Application

Application Deadlines

Central accepts applications on a rolling admissions basis. Some programs may have different program-specific application deadlines. The preferred application deadlines are as follows:

Incoming StudentFall SemesterSpring Semester
GraduateMay1December 1
International GraduateJune 1November 1

Undergraduate Reactivation Form

For Undergraduate Admission Only

If you have previously attended Central as a matriculated undergraduate student or have applied within a two-year period, you must first complete and submit the Reactivation Application form.

Reactivation Application Form Readmission on Academic Probation Form

Admission Policy

Admission to Central Connecticut State University depends upon the academic credentials presented by the applicant. No applicant is rejected because of race, color, religious belief, or national origin. The University does not discriminate in access to, or treatment of, or employment in its programs and activities of qualified handicapped persons defined under the provisions of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The University's nondiscrimination opportunity policies extend to employment practices, admission of students, programs, and services within the institution or provided to the community.

Campus Safety Statement

In accordance with the State of Connecticut's Campus Safety Act (PA 90-259), Central Connecticut State University will provide a copy of the Uniform Campus Crime Report to any individual who sends a written request to: Central Connecticut State University, Police Department, P.O. Box 4010, New Britain, CT 06050-4010. It is also available online here.