Family Resources at CCSU
Family Resources

Family Resources at CCSU

  • Age Friendly University

    In May of 2017, CCSU became the first university in Connecticut to join the Age-Friendly University global network. CCSU is poised to respond to the educational needs and interests of this growing group through the development of new opportunities and innovative practices in teaching, research, and community engagement.

    Age Friendly University Information

  • Discounted Children's Meals

    CCSU has worked with Sodexo and will be publishing a new rate for children 11 and under of $6.00 per meal for the residential dining halls. The rate change is effective immediately.

  • Early Learning Program

    This non-profit organization serves the social and early educational needs of CCSU students, faculty and staff and families living in New Britain and surrounding communities. The ELP provides nursery and preschool programs for children ages 3-5 years old and after school and evening child care for children ages 3 to 14 years old.

    Early Learning Program Information

  • Evening Childcare

    Hourly evening child care is available, near CCSU and CTFastrac. Licensed, NAEYC accredited and qualified staff. Free or very low cost for qualifying students.

  • Lactation Rooms

    In order to better support our students, staff, and faculty who are also new mothers who wish to breast-feed their baby, Central Connecticut State University is pleased to provide lactation rooms.

    Lactation Room Locations & Information

  • Maria's Place Food Pantry

    The Food Pantry is an initiative of the Newman House at CCSU in collaboration with the Office of Community Engagement, Campus of Compassion and the Food Pantry Committee.

    Maria's Place Food Pantry Information

  • Student Parent Support Group

    The Ruthe Boyea Women's Center invites all sudent parents to our It Takes a Village meetings!
    Learn Tips and tricks to balancing work/school life, build childcare circles, and form study groups!

  • Women's Center, Ruthe Boyea

    This 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. We sponsor educational and cultural programs designed to promote gender equity, knowledge of women's rights issues, leadership, and independence.

    Women's Center Information

  • Work-Life Balance

    This committee is focused on providing leadership in facilitating the integration of work and study with family/personal life at CCSU. Our mission supports the broader goals of creating a healthy and productive environment for men and women across the life span and contributing to the well-being of future generations.

    Work-Life Balance Committee Information