Making Hartford Our Campus
Through place-based courses and special programs, we share the history, culture, and artistic life of our city with our students.
News: Hartford’s Black Heroes Trail
Capital Community College (950 Main St.) Honors Thirman L. Milner – Former Mayor of Hartford (Born 1933). Hartford’s Black Heroes Trail honors Hartford heroes that have made history at the local and national level. To learn more about the honorees, or where to find their respective installations, you can follow along on the interactive map.
ALSO FEATURED IN CAFETERIA MEDIA [local cultural coverage]
Proud to be part of Hartford
The Hartford Heritage Project is a place-based education initiative. HHP makes Hartford’s institutions, landmarks, and neighborhoods an extension of our classroom, giving students a practical and local context for knowledge learned in their courses, and making the school a vital part of the life of our community.
- NEW Studying Black Heritage in the Liberal Arts Action Lab Aliyah Freeman-Johnson (1/5/23)
- NEW Capital Student News Jacob Graff (9/28/22)
- Connecticut Explored: “20-for-20 Game Changers” (8/15/22)
- Trinity College Blog: History of Talcott St. Church (5/11/22)
- Grating the Nutmeg: The Life of Ann Plato Professor Antoinette Brim-Bell (1/15/22)
- CT’s Old State House: Hartford’s First Black Church & School (4/22/21)
- Trinity College Blog: Hartford’s Black History (2/1/21)
- Courant.com: CCC Developing Curriculum around First Black Church (1/5/21)
- read more in the news archive