Central Connecticut State University

Graduates: 1903
Undergraduates: 9771
Graduates: 1903
Setting: Medium four-year, primarily nonresidential
In-state Tuition: $4,510.00
Out-of-state Tuition: $14,594.00
Student/Faculty Ratio: 16:01
SAT / ACT / GPA: 1513 / / 2.98
Public/Private: Public
Male/Female Ratio: 53:47
Campus Housing: Yes
Religious Affiliation: N/A
Campus Housing: Yes
Acceptance Rate: 60%

Central Connecticut State University is a regional, comprehensive public university in New Britain, Connecticut. Founded in 1849 as New Britain Normal School, CCSU is Connecticut's oldest publicly funded University. CCSU is made up of four schools: the Ammon School of Arts & Science, the School of Business, the School of Education & Professional Studies, and the School of Engineering & Technology. Attended by over 11,000 students, 9,200 are undergraduates, and 2,000 are graduate students. It is part of the ConnSCU system of colleges and universities in Connecticut, which also oversees Eastern, Western, and Southern Connecticut State University. Together the four universities have a student body of over 34,000

Mission Central Connecticut State University is a community of learners dedicated to teaching and scholarship that emphasizes development and application of knowledge and ideas through research and outreach activities, and prepares students to be thoughtful, responsible and successful citizens. As a comprehensive public university, we provide broad access to quality degree programs at the baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral levels. Elements of Distinctiveness CCSU identifies the following as distinctive elements within the Connecticut State Colleges & Universities system: � International Education � Workforce and State Economic Development � Community Engagement � Interdisciplinary Studies and Cross-Curricular Initiatives Vision Central Connecticut State University aspires to be recognized for: � graduating broadly educated, culturally and globally aware students who will contribute meaningfully to their communities as engaged professionals and citizens; � contributing to knowledge through scholarship; and � fostering societal improvements through responsive and innovative programs.

In 1849 CCSU was founded as New Britain Normal School to train teachers (the 6th Normal School in US) and is the oldest public university in Connecticut. It ran until 1867 when the school was temporarily closed due to opposition in the Connecticut General Assembly. Two years later, the Normal School resumed its services and continued to do so until the 1930s. During this time the Connecticut General Assembly created the Teachers College of Connecticut and the first bachelor's degrees were granted. In 1922, the campus moved to its current location on Stanley Street. In 1983 the school transitioned from a College to a regional University, the first time at which it operated under its current name, Central Connecticut State University. Organizational leadership changed in 2011 when the Connecticut Department of Higher Education was dissolved and replaced by the Office of Higher Education and the Board of Regents

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Athletes and coaches Main article: Central Connecticut Blue Devils#Notable Alumni Dave Campo � Head Coach of the Dallas Cowboys, Defensive Coordinator of the Cleveland Browns, and Defensive Backs Coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars, current defensive coach with the Dallas Cowboys Ricky Bottalico - Major League pitcher 1994-2005; 1996 All-star Philadelphia Phillies. Currently Phillies analyst for Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia. Al Bagnoli - Head Coach in football, with nine Ivy League titles at the University of Pennsylvania John Hirschbeck � Major League Baseball Umpire Scott Pioli � General Manager with the Kansas City Chiefs, and executive with the New England Patriots. Evan Scribner - MLB Relief Pitcher for the Oakland Athletics (2010-Present) Mike Sherman � Offensive co-ordinator for the Miami Dolphins; former head coach of the Green Bay Packers and Texas A&M Aggies John Skladany � Defensive coordinator of the Houston Cougars and current special teams assistant for the University of Central Florida Knights. Skip Jutze - MLB player (catcher) with the St Louis Cardinals and Seattle Mariners from 1972-1977 Steve Addazio - Football Head Coach at Boston College (2013-present), various assistant coaching positions at University of Florida Bob Zuffelato - Scout for the Toronto Raptors; former NBA assistant coach for the Mavericks, Warriors, and Timberwolves Entertainers Kenny Johnson - Actor, The Shield, Sons of Anarchy (2002-Present) Erin Brady - Miss Connecticut 2013, Miss USA 2013 Public Servants John Larson � Congressman (D-CT) and former Connecticut Senate President (1987-Present) Dawn Hochsprung - Principal during the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting (2012) [22] Francis M. Mullen � Head of US Drug Enforcement Administration (1981-1985) Michael J. Ingelido � Air Force Major General (1960s) Walter Eli Clark - Governor of the District of Alaska, appointed by President William Howard Taft on May 18, 1909 Maria L. Sanford � Educator [23] (1870s) Ebenezer D. Bassett - First U.S. African-American ambassador (to Haiti) - appointed by President Ulysses S. Grant in 1869 Fran P. Mainella - 16th Director (2001-2006) of the National Park Service Other Justice Ofei Akrofi � Archbishop, Church of the Province of West Africa

Chief_administrator: John W Miller (President)
Phone: 8608322278
Geographic region: New England CT ME MA NH RI VT
Website: www.ccsu.edu
Financial aid office website: www.ccsu.edu/finaid
Net price calculator web address: web.ccsu.edu/npcalc/
Online application website: www.ccsu.edu/apply
Admission office website: www.ccsu.edu/admission
Undergraduate application fee: $50.00
Graduate application fee: $50.00
Member of National Athletic Association: Yes
Member of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): Yes
Member of National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIC): Yes
Member of National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA): Yes
Member of National Small College Athletic Association (NSCAA): No
Member of National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA): No