News Releases

  • FEBRUARY 01, 2023Capital and Accenture Help Expand Access to In-Demand Tech Jobs

    Capital Community College held a ribbon-cutting for its Hartford Talent Hub today to celebrate a paid apprenticeship program with Accenture which will expand access to training for in-demand coding and technology jobs and help create a pipeline of skilled workers for Connecticut employers.

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  • JANUARY 26, 2023CT Community Colleges Offer Accelerated Classes this Spring

    Connecticut’s 12 community colleges will offer accelerated courses throughout spring semester, with start dates in February and March.

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  • JANUARY 25, 2023CT State Transitional Strategic Plan: Provide Your Feedback by Feb. 3

    The CT State Transitional Strategic Plan is now open for review and feedback. The current draft integrates President John Maduko’s vision and strategic themes and the Executive Strategic Planning Committee’s recommendations.

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  • JANUARY 18, 2023CT State Swears In First Chief of Police

    Connecticut native Christopher Chute is now Connecticut State Community College’s inaugural chief of police following a public swearing-in ceremony today at Naugatuck Valley Community College.

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  • DECEMBER 20, 2022CT State Searches for Permanent Provost

    CConnecticut State Community College (CT State) has begun its search for a permanent Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs. The search firm ACCT has been hired to assist in reaching candidates nationwide as well as locally.

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  • DECEMBER 20, 2022Registration Open for Spring Semester at CT'S Community Colleges

    Credit registration for the Spring 2023 semester is in progress at Connecticut’s 12 community colleges.

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  • DECEMBER 1, 2022CT Community Colleges Offer Winter Session Courses

    Connecticut’s 12 community colleges will offer three-week credit courses during Winter Session starting the last week of December.

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  • NOVEMBER 18, 2022CT State Community College Tuition Match Scholarship Program with Charter Oak State College Offers the Most Affordable Bachelor’s Degree in Connecticut.

    CT State Community College and Charter Oak State College announced a Community College Tuition Match Scholarship Agreement which will reduce the price of obtaining a bachelor’s degree for those Connecticut community college students who transfer to Charter Oak, making it the most affordable option in Connecticut.

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  • NOVEMBER 4, 2022Community College Student Teams Compete in First-Ever CT State Culinary Challenge

    Four teams of culinary arts and hospitality students from Gateway, Manchester, Naugatuck Valley and Norwalk Community Colleges competed in CT State’s first-ever Culinary Challenge on October 28 at Gateway Community College, with a tasting that was open to the community.

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  • October 19, 2022Community Colleges Open Saturday Hours for Enrollment Assistance

    New Britain, CT (October 19, 2022) . . . Connecticut’s 12 community colleges will be open to new and continuing students needing to complete the steps of enrollment on Saturday, November 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Attendees can meet with an advisor, finalize their schedules, and register for classes.

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  • October 17, 2022CT State Launches Free Statewide Small Business & Startup Seminars

    New Britain, CT (October 17, 2022) . . . Connecticut State Community College (CT State) has announced the launch of free statewide small business and startup seminars designed to help bring education, training, and mentorship to businesses that are navigating the post-COVID environment.

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  • October 5, 2022CT Community Colleges and Xometry Announce Full Tuition Scholarships for Manufacturing Students

    The Connecticut community colleges and technology company Xometry were joined by Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology and Connecticut’s Chief Manufacturing Officer Paul Lavoie at Asnuntuck Community College on Oct. 4 to announce 19 full-tuition scholarships for advanced manufacturing students at nine community colleges across the state to help increase the state’s manufacturing workforce.

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  • October 5, 2022Connecticut’s Newest College Now Accepting Applications

    New Britain, CT (October 5, 2022) . . . Connecticut State Community College began accepting applications for its Fall 2023 semester on October 1. CT State, as it is more commonly known, is the result of the pending consolidation of Connecticut’s 12 community colleges. The consolidation will become official July 1, 2023.

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