Enrollment Saturday July 13, 2024

CT State Community College’s campuses statewide will hold special Saturday hours for new and continuing students on July 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Attendees can meet with an advisor, finalize their schedules, and register for classes at one of CT State’s campus locations listed.

  • Bridgeport—CT State Housatonic, 900 Lafayette Boulevard
  • Enfield—CT State Asnuntuck, 170 Elm Street
  • Farmington—CT State Tunxis, 271 Scott Swamp Road
  • Hartford—CT State Capital, 950 Main Street
  • Manchester—CT State Manchester, Great Path
  • Middletown—CT State Middlesex, 100 Training Hill Road
  • New Haven—CT State Gateway, 20 Church Street
  • Norwalk—CT State Norwalk, 188 Richards Ave.
  • Norwich—CT State Three Rivers, 574 New London Turnpike
  • Waterbury—CT State Naugatuck Valley, 750 Chase Parkway
  • Winsted—CT State Northwestern, Park Place

These Saturday hours offer convenience for those prospective and current students who may wish to meet with student support staff in-person, but who are unable to connect during regular Monday through Friday business hours. For more on reserving a spot in advance and details on what to bring, visit www.ctstate.edu/enroll.

Representatives from the admissions, registration, financial aid, bursar and advising offices will be on-hand that day to work with students. Attendees can also learn more about course placement and how best to meet the prerequisites needed to take a class, as well as learn more about paying for college. In some locations, the campus bookstores may be open for students to buy textbooks and other supplies.

Students intending to apply to CT State Community College for the first time should start by applying online. Applications for Fall 2024 semester can be found at www.ctstate.edu/apply. Fall semester credit classes begin August 28.

Free tuition is available to Connecticut residents who are high school graduates, whether from the state or elsewhere. Anyone who first attended college in fall 2020 or later may be eligible, as well. Accessing the free tuition program and any financial aid starts with completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov. The free tuition program is not based on household income; all students who plan on attending full- or part-time should complete the FAFSA so they can access the program, even if they do not think they will quality for need-based aid. Program funding is available on a rolling basis; applicants can see if they may qualify at www.ctstate.edu/free-tuition.

About CT State

Following the merger of the 12 Connecticut community colleges on July 1, CT State Community College stands as the Northeast’s largest community college and the sixth-largest nationwide. As the largest and most affordable college in CT, CT State is dedicated to making quality education accessible to all in a supportive and inclusive learning environment. Students benefit from a streamlined financial aid process and apply once to take classes at any campus. The campuses—Asnuntuck (Enfield), Capital (Hartford), Gateway (New Haven and North Haven), Housatonic (Bridgeport), Manchester, Middlesex (Middletown and Meriden), Naugatuck Valley (Waterbury and Danbury), Northwestern (Winsted), Norwalk, Quinebaug Valley (Danielson and Willimantic), Three Rivers (Norwich), and Tunxis (Farmington and Bristol)—form a network that empowers students to tailor their educational journey to their needs. CT State’s college office is located in New Britain.