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President calls on Central community to ‘Stuff the Pantry’
By Savanna Yelling The Office of the President will be inviting Central Connecticut State University faculty and staff to “Stuff the Pantry” by donating non-perishable goods to Maria’s Place
Open House draws hundreds to Central
Central Connecticut State University hosted two sessions of its annual Fall Open House event on Oct. 29, and despite the rain more than 500 families visited and toured campus. To kick off each session
Sharing the secrets of Success Central
The Success Central Senior Management Team recently traveled to the 2023 National Symposium on Student Retention, held this year from Oct. 23 to 26 in New Orleans. The conference offers college and
Tony Audette ’16 revs up the motorcycle world
By Leslie Virostek After serving five and a half years in the Marine Corps — including a seven-month deployment in Afghanistan — Tony Audette was ready to shift gears. When he enrolled at Central
WATCH: Stop & Shop donates $133k to CSCU
Stop & Shop announced a $133,000 donation to Connecticut State colleges and universities on Wednesday. Watch coverage of the event by WTNH: https://www.wtnh.com/news/connecticut/hartford/stop-shop
Stop & Shop donation boosts Central's fight against food insecurity
In its ongoing fight against food insecurity, Stop & Shop donated $133,000 to the on-campus food pantries within the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system. Representatives from Stop &
To our health! Central opens community clinic
By Savanna Yelling Central Connecticut State University took a healthy step forward with its first Community Health Education Open House on Oct. 23 at the clinic's new space in Copernicus Hall. The
New agreement with German university expands Central's exchange programs
A new academic partnership will enable more students in STEM majors to study and gain hands-on job skills in Germany and here in Connecticut. Professor Andreas Weißenbach, the head of Mechanical
CE student to present research in Washington
Civil Engineering student Diandra Dietrich-Celotto will present her research at the upcoming Advanced Technological Education Principal Investigators’ Conference in Washington, D.C. Dietrich-Celotto’s
Hermes discusses Connecticut witches and Hartford burial ground on podcast
Dr. Katherine Hermes, Central professor emerita of History and publisher of "Connecticut Explored," discusses her new discoveries on Connecticut's witches and more during a recent appearance on the