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Directions to Campus

The campus is located at 1615 Stanley St, New Britain, CT 06050. It is located at exit 29 off of Route 9. Visit our Directions to Campus page for more detailed instructions on how to get to CCSU.

Parking on Campus

Parking is free, but visitors, staff, faculty, and students must obtain a valid parking permit before parking on campus. To obtain a parking decal for your vehicle(s) please go to parkingdecal.ccsu.edu and log in using your BlueNet User ID (for example: jb1234) and your BlueNet password. Parking regulations and locations of garages and lots can be found on the campus map or by visiting the parking on campus section of our website.

U-Pass CT

All undergraduate students may obtain a CT Bus Pass to ride CTtransit Buses and CTfastrak in Connecticut. Passes can be picked up at the Card Office. Visit our FAQ page for more information.

CTfastrak

CTfastrak is Connecticut’s first Bus Rapid Transit system. It is a system of bus routes that utilize a bus-only roadway for all or a portion of your trip. CTfastrak routes are integrated with the CTtransit system, making it easy to connect, transfer and pay your fare. Bus tickets purchased for CTtransit can be used on CTfastrak, and vice versa.

The CTfastrak system provides direct service to and from Waterbury, Cheshire, Southington, Bristol, Plainville, New Britain, Newington, West Hartford, Hartford and Manchester with routes that take advantage of the bus-only CTfastrak roadway. The CTfastrak system provides a one-seat, no-transfer ride to many major regional employment, shopping and healthcare destinations as well as connections to the New Haven Line-Waterbury branch rail in Waterbury and CTrail Hartford Line service in Hartford.

Biking to Campus

Biking is a fun, healthy way to get to and from campus. It also saves on gas! All CTtransit and CTfastrak buses have bike racks so you can take your bike with you when you take the bus. There is NO additional charge for bringing your bike with you! Learn more about bikes on board

Rideshare

Need an easier way to get to school? Check out CTrides, a free service of the Connecticut Department of Transportation. They offer information and assistance on commuting options in your area. Whether it's sharing a ride in a car, taking the bus, biking, or walking, there's a solution that works for everyone. Visit their website CTrides.com for more information. Call 1-877-CTrides (287-4337) or email info@CTrides.com

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