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Alumna Jess Davis is off to the Paris Olympics
Jess Davis, a former Central Connecticut State University women’s track and field athlete, will compete in the summer Olympic Games in Paris. Davis earned a spot on Team USA by placing fourth in the
Criminal Justice launches new MA program and new stackable certificate programs
Criminal justice professionals are in high demand, and that trend will continue through 2030, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. In fact, 80 to 90 percent of Central Connecticut State
Roomistry considers the chemistry of cohabitation
By Leslie Virostek It’s a common predicament for new college graduates and many others: How to find an apartment in a new city that meets your budget? Cost sharing with a roommate can be essential
Central announces 175th Anniversary Gala and honorary co-chairs
When Central hosts its 175th Anniversary Gala, two longtime community leaders will be there to ensure it’s a night to remember. Central Connecticut State University President Zulma R. Toro recently
Cheers to 175 years!
Central Connecticut State University hosted a public toast on June 26 to celebrate its 175th anniversary with more than 300 members of the Central family. A crowd of alumni, students, staff, faculty
College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences ready for admissions, announces new dean
Central is now accepting students into its brand-new College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. The college is home to Central’s health sciences departments such as Nursing and Physical Education
Hundreds of fans turn out for Central Night at Dunkin Park
The Hartford Yard Goats hosted Central Night on June 27, with more than 400 Blue Devils in the stands at Dunkin Park as the Yard Goats took on the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. The Yard Goats played as
Dr. Lisa Frank named dean of School of Business
Dr. Lisa Frank will serve as the next dean of the School of Business. She will begin her tenure as dean immediately. Frank's appointment follows a national search for candidates. She served as interim
Alumnus Quentin McDougald named Teacher of the Year
The Consolidated School District of New Britain recently named Central graduate Quentin McDougald '08 as its 2024 Teacher of the Year. Read more here:
WATCH: Dr. Scruggs discusses the importance of Juneteenth
Central assistant professor of History Dr. Camesha Scruggs sat down with NBC 30 recently to share her insights on the meaning of the Juneteenth holiday. Watch it here: