The College confers 400 associate degrees and certificates — the largest class in history — marking four years of enrollment growth at the downtown campus.
The College moves to a consolidated campus at 950 Main Street.
Capital Community-Technical College becomes Capital Community College.
Greater Hartford Community College merges with Hartford State Technical College in a state-mandated consolidation. The new institution is re-named Capital Community-Technical College.
Greater Hartford Community College re-locates to the former Phoenix Insurance Company building at 61 Woodland Street in the city’s Asylum Hill neighborhood.
The State Technical Institute becomes Hartford State Technical College with Thomas V. Raimondi as its first president.
Greater Hartford Community College is founded and enrolls 339 students at classroom facilities in the city’s historic South Meadows. Arthur C. Banks, Jr. becomes its first president.
Hartford State Technical Institute opens a new campus at 401 Flatbush Avenue
The school’s name is changed to Hartford State Technical Institute
The Engineering Institute holds its first commencement
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