Congratulations on your decision to apply to the School of Graduate Studies at Central Connecticut State University.
If you have not already done so, we encourage you to visit our graduate studies website at www.ccsu.edu/grad for detailed information on our graduate programs and admission requirements. Also, please be sure to review information on the additional materials that may be required by the department for particular graduate programs.
Please complete every question. If you are unsure how to answer, please refer to the detailed Admissions Information and Instructions located below. We will be happy to answer any additional questions. Kindly call the Graduate Recruitment and Admissions at (860) 832-2350 or email us at email@example.com.
Contact all previous institutions you've attended and request that an official transcript be sent directly to the CCSU Graduate Recruitment and Admissions Office. This includes transcripts for courses taken and transferred to another institution. An official transcript: (a) comes directly from the issuing institution via postal mail or is received from the applicant in an envelope sealed by the issuing institution, or is an electronic transcript sent directly from the issuing institution through a trusted third party vendor that requires authentication and is sent to firstname.lastname@example.org; (b) bears the institutional seal; and (c) bears the official signature of the Registrar (or Recorder of Records). Note: original study abroad transcripts may also be needed and requested. Applicants who hold a Master's degree from a regionally accredited university with a 3.00 or higher GPA on a four-point scale (where A = 4.00) are required to request that official transcripts be sent from the institution where the undergraduate degree was obtained and from where the Master's degree was obtained. Official transcripts must also be sent from each institution where any other graduate level courses were taken. (Please note that applicants to the MAT program and to Post Baccalaureate programs are required to submit all undergraduate transcripts as well). The Graduate Recruitment and Admissions office will maintain the right to request other official transcripts to review courses that are essential to the applicant's program of study. (Failure to identify on the application form all institutions attended, or to have transcripts sent from each of them, may be considered sufficient reason for non-admission or for subsequent dismissal from the graduate program.)
The information furnished by you on your application for admission, together with all other information and materials received by the Graduate Recruitment and Admissions Office from any source, will be kept completely confidential. It will not be disclosed to anyone, except for official purposes only, information may be released according to the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974.
A non-refundable application fee of $50, payable online, accompanies your online application. We accept Visa, Master or Discovery cards, and electronic check.
Applications must be complete and received by the Graduate Recruitment and Admissions Office no later than June 1st for fall semester and November 1st for spring. Please Note: There are other specific program deadlines. Please refer to the graduate studies website for these specific deadlines listed under the "admissions deadlines" section of the website.
The Graduate Recruitment and Admissions Office requires additional credentials for international applicants. Deadlines for applying are May 1 for the Fall Semester and November 1 for the Spring Semester. Please refer to the graduate studies website for other specific program deadlines.
International applicants must meet all regular requirements for admission. In addition, applicants must submit a satisfactory score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), when required.
International applicants must submit the following in addition to the application form, application fee, official transcripts and records of undergraduate and graduate studies, and any program-specific application requirements:
Admission to Central Connecticut State University depends upon the academic credentials presented by the applicant. No applicant is rejected because of race, color, religious belief, or national origin. The University does not discriminate in access to, or treatment of, or employment in its programs and activities of qualified handicapped persons defined under the provisions of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The University's non-discrimination opportunity policies extend to employment practices, admissions of students, programs, and services within the institution or provided to the community.
In accordance with the State of Connecticut's Campus Safety Act (PA 90-259), Central Connecticut State University will provide a copy of the Uniform Campus Crime Report to any individual who sends a written request to: Central Connecticut State University, Police Department, P.O. Box 4010, New Britain, CT 06050-4010.