We encourage everyone to complete a FAFSA. An early FAFSA opens the opportunity to Grant fund available through the University. Late applicants can still qualify for Direct Loans and Pell Grants, if eligible.
PRIORITY DEADLINE: March 1st
Central Connecticut State University is fully committed to the academic success of our Pell grant recipients and is honored to support them with The Pell Promise. Upon submission of the FAFSA, all full-time first time incoming and transfer qualifying students, admitted for the Fall 2023 semester, who live in Connecticut or a New England Regional state who have an Expected Family Contribution of zero will receive scholarships and grants that cover the full cost of tuition and fees. In other words, the out-of-pocket academic expenses that remain after your federal Pell grant and state aid funds are applied will be covered by the university. We hope this affords you financial and academic success as you pursue your degree at Central.
Federal Student Aid Resources
Documents may be submitted using our Online Document Submission tool, emailed (be sure to Password Protect private information), or faxed (860.832.3330).
Be sure to monitor your Central e-mail address or periodically check Central Pipeline for Financial Aid Offers and/or Requirements.
Student Financial Literacy & Support
The Office of Financial Literacy provides students the knowledge and support they need to successfully navigate the challenges that come along with financing an education, living on their own for the first time, and paying their bills. Tambien hablamos español.
Learn more at: ccsu.edu/studentFinancialLiteracy