Open-admission, two-year educational institution offering 36 Associate degree and 24 Certificate programs.
Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
Founded in 1967 as Greater Hartford Community College
Consolidated with Hartford State Technical College (founded in 1946) in 1992
Located in downtown Hartford on a single campus (formerly G. Fox & Co. Department Store)
CCC serves 3,315 students in credit enrollment; FTE Enrollment is 1,731 (Fall 2018)
74% of students reside in Hartford, Bloomfield, East Hartford, New Britain, Newington, Rocky Hill, West Hartford, Wethersfield and Windsor.
71% are female and 80% attend on a part time basis; the average age is 29.
223 Instructional faculty including 63 full-time; 60% of full time faculty are women
Workforce and career training institutes and centers at the School of Workforce and Continuing Education
Guaranteed admission, transfer opportunities to four-year colleges and universities
Flexible classes days, evenings and online
Affordable tuition and financial aid programs ($4,356 for a year of full-time study)
Internships, work experiences in business, government, culture
A curriculum connected to museums, theaters, music and historic places (Hartford Heritage Project)
An Hispanic Serving Institution; Capital is one of New England’s most diverse campuses
An “Achieving The Dream” Leader College in a national initiative to reduce achievement gaps and create college opportunity among educationally disadvantaged students
Ranked one of the top 25 schools for adults learners in the nation by The Washington Monthly in 2017 and 2018.
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