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WATCH: WTNH stops by One-stop Enrollment Day
The spring semester starts next week, and Central Connecticut State University made it quick and easy for current and prospective students to enroll and get settled in with One-astop Enrollment Day
Author and illustrator with autism graduates from Central
WTNH — A 24-year-old on the autism spectrum has worked independently for the last two years, earning a degree in graphic design. View the full story at https://www.wtnh.com/on-air/connecticut-families
A year of initiative, expansion, and connection at Central
A look back at the year 2023 at Central offers more than a glimpse of rear-view successes. A promising future also comes into focus thanks to numerous efforts undertaken last year by faculty, students
Central teams with YWCA to educate next generation of community health workers
A newly funded project co-sponsored by Central Connecticut State University and the YWCA New Britain will ensure more young people have representation in community health policy. The Community Health
New higher education laws highlight jobs, health care, and education equity
The last legislative session in Connecticut ushered in several new laws, deadlines, and initiatives for public colleges and universities in Connecticut. Some addressed long-time grievances from
SEPS student rises to new challenge
Six students were inducted recently into the Student Cabinet of the Connecticut Educators Rising program, including Central Connecticut State University student Sherrod Cuttino, who will serve as
Central faculty, students among NASA Connecticut Space Grant Consortium grantees
Central Connecticut State University is well represented on the NASA Connecticut Space Grant Consortium list of Fall 2023 grant and scholarship recipients. The winners include five faculty members
Central honors December graduates
The Central Connecticut State University alumni community grew by 350 members following the university’s Dec. 16 winter commencement ceremony in Welte Auditorium. Ninety-five percent of the graduates
Central named STEM School of Excellence by ITEEA
Central Connecticut State University earned another national nod for its ongoing dedication to STEM education. The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) named Central
CSCU Board approves College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at Central
The Board of Regents for the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system approved an ambitious proposal from Central Connecticut State University to establish a new College of Health and