Capital Community College Receives Diversity Award

Hartford, CT — For the fourth year, Capital Community College (CCC) has received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education. As a recipient of the annual HEED Award — a national honor recognizing U.S. colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and …

Capital Community College Will Mark 50th Anniversary in 2017

In 2017, Capital Community College (CCC) will mark its 50th anniversary as Hartford’s first public undergraduate institution of higher learning. With fall classes underway at the start of the 2016-2017 academic year, the college’s advancement office is bringing together an anniversary committee to plan 2017-2018 activities and to commemorate 50 years of an institution that has been an accessible gateway …

FOR SECOND YEAR CAPITAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFERING HYBRID LIT COURSE AT MARK TWAIN HOUSE & HARRIET BEECHER STOWE CENTER

August 16, 2016 Hartford, CT –  For the second year, Capital Community College (CCC) is partnering with the Mark Twain House & Museum and Harriet Beecher Stowe Center to offer English 220 Studies in American Literature: Twain and Stowe. The three-credit hybrid course (can also be taken as non-credit), a combination of in-person and online classes, will meet every other …

Capital Community College Named a Leader College by Achieving the Dream For a Third Time

August 10, 2016 Hartford, CT – For the third time, Achieving the Dream (ATD), a national nonprofit dedicated to helping community college students stay in school and earn degrees, has designated Capital Community College as a “Leader College,” an honor awarded to institutions in ATD’s national network that have shown three years of steady improvement in two outcomes that measure …

Public Forum On Multi-Campus hazard Mitigation Plan Will Be Held At Capital Community College Feb. 9th

January 27, 2016 In an effort to proactively identify hazards and vulnerabilities and the steps that can be taken to reduce these risks, the Connecticut State Colleges & Universities (CSCU) has been developing a Multi-Campus Hazard Mitigation Plan over the last 18 months. This plan includes CSCU’S four state Universities, 12 Community Colleges, Charter Oak State College and the System …

Capital Community College Receives Mark Twain House & Museum’s “Sammie” Award

January 29, 2016 Hartford, CT – The Mark Twain House & Museum has selected Capital Community College (CCC) as their Education Partner of the Year at the second annual Samuel Clemens Awards (aka “The Sammies”) held January 28. “We are deeply honored to receive this award from the Mark Twain House & Museum, said Dr. Jeffrey Partridge, Capital’s Humanities Chair, …

Celebrating Texas Culture Through Music and Photography March 10 at Capital Community College

  Contact: Matthew J. Detrick, Artistic Director mattdetrick@apollochamberplayers.org (832) 496-9943 apollochamberplayers.org Contact: Jane Bronfman, Director of Marketing & PR jbronfman@capitalcc.edu (860) 906-5103 capitalcc.edu   Apollo Chamber Players presents Texas Roots on Thursday, March 10th, 6 pm at Capital Community College in Hartford, a free concert celebrating Texas heritage through the state’s distinctive musical history and mythology. Program features the fifth …

Capital Community College Celebrates The Week Of The Young Child With Bilingual Seminar Wednesday, April 13th

April 5, 2016 Capital Community College’s Early Childhood Department, in collaboration with The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Early Childhood Collaborative, and the Hartford Public Library, presents a Bilingual Seminar on the importance of early learning and development, Wednesday, April 13 from 5:30 pm to 8 pm. Workshops will be held at Capital Community College, 950 Main Street, Hartford, in …

Capital Community College Offers Summer Computer Science Program For Students Aged 12-15

April 6, 2016 For the third year, Capital Community College is offering a Summer Computer Science Program for students aged 12-15. The program provides a stimulating, active, and fun learning environment for students while introducing them to the field and study of computer science. The Summer Computer Science Program is designed BOTH for students with no knowledge of computer science, …

Capital Community College Celebrates The Week Of The Young Child With Bilingual Seminar

April 5, 2016 Wednesday, April 13th Capital Community College’s Early Childhood Department, in collaboration with The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Early Childhood Collaborative, and the Hartford Public Library, presents a Bilingual Seminar on the importance of early learning and development, Wednesday, April 13 from 5:30 pm to 8 pm. Workshops will be held at Capital Community College, 950 Main …