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DNAP program earns strong rank on Best Graduate Schools list
Central Connecticut State University appears among the Best Graduate Schools in the country by U.S. News and World Report, which released its annual rankings Tuesday. U.S. News & World Report placed
New employee scholarship aims to give more students a home base at Central
It’s not uncommon for Central alumni to say that their university experience changed their lives. Whether it’s a great job, lifelong friend, or personal growth, their reasons are many and varied. Rene
LISTEN: Dr. Larsen shares eclipse tips on CT Public
John Henry Smith talks with Dr. Kristine Larsen about the April 8 solar eclipse. Listen online: https://www.ctpublic.org/news/2024-04-03/solar-eclipse-connecticut-prof…
President announces spring stock-up for Maria's Place
President Toro invites the Central family to help Maria’s Place with a spring stock-up! Several buildings on campus will collect items throughout the month of April. Please bring your donations to any
Central joins AmeriCorps Schools of National Service program
Central Connecticut State University is proud to announce its designation as an AmeriCorps School of National Service. As a member institution, Central will award five matching scholarships of up to
Poet Javier Zamora visits Central to share the story behind 'Solito'
The Mosaic Center at Central Connecticut State University hosted a conversation and book signing with poet and bestselling author Javier Zamora on March 27 at Alumni Hall. Zamora discussed his latest
Education student earns $5,000 scholarship
Central Connecticut State University student Andrew Amaya was awarded a $6,000 Community Foundation of Greater New Britain Alma Exley Scholarship for 2024. Alma Exley Scholarships are awarded to
WATCH: Dr. Sohn shares insight on bridge safety in Connecticut
In the second half of this clip from NBC CT, Dr. Young Moo Sohn discusses the status of bridge safety in Connecticut.
Alumna named School Counselor of the Year
Laura Kelley '19 was named the School Counselor of the Year by the Connecticut School Counselor Association. Kelley is a counselor at Maple Hill Elementary School in Naugatuck. Read more about her
Student veterans soar at Central
Earlier this month, Central’s Student Veterans Organization (SVO), with support from the Student Government Association and Student Activities and Leadership Development, took part in a suicide