Capital Gets State Grant To Help Minority Students Succeed

Capital Community College (CCC) has been awarded a state Office of Higher Education (OHE) grant of $75,000 to improve the academic standing of minority students in need of tutoring and support to succeed at the college level. OHE’s Minority Advancement Program is providing the College with new funds for 2019 through its Promoting Academically Successful Students (PASS) initiative to help …

CAPITAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION AWARDED CT HUMANITIES QUICK GRANT

Hartford, CT – Capital Community College’s Foundation has been awarded a $2,800 Connecticut Humanities quick grant to support The Hartford Studies Public Lecture Series and Tour. The free series will present historic lectures and a walking tour, open to the public beginning January 23. The Hartford Studies Public Lecture Series and Tour builds upon the foundation’s commitment to Capital’s signature …

Capital Community College to hold three Enrollment Saturdays in January

Hartford, CT – Capital Community College (CCC), located in the former G. Fox department store at 950 Main St, Hartford will be open on three Saturdays next month from 9 am to 1 pm: January 5, 12, and 19 to help new and continuing students enroll in Spring classes. For students who work traditional hours the college will also be …

Free Career Training Programs At Capital Community College for Eligible SNAP Recipients

Capital Community College (CCC) is running free programs for eligible food stamp recipients who receive food stamps but no cash assistance. The SNAP E & T (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program—Employment and Training) scholarship programs are funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and administered by the Connecticut Department of Social Services. Connecticut’s first SNAP program began in 2008 at Capital …

Capital Community College Awarded National Science Foundation Grant to Broaden Participation and Build Pathways in Computer Science

Capital Community College, in partnership with The College of St. Scholastica, Elms College and Southwest Minnesota State University, has been awarded a $1M National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for a collaborative research project aimed at building K-14 pathways in computer science and broadening participation in computing for female and underrepresented minority students. The project, entitled “Collaborative Research: Broadening Participation and …

CAPITAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE RECIPIENT OF TWO HARTFORD CONSORTIUM GRANTS

Hartford, CT – Capital Community College (CCC), in collaboration with Manchester Community College (MCC) and Central Connecticut State University (CCSU), was awarded two $2,500 grants in the Hartford Consortium for Higher Education’s 2018-19 Faculty, Staff and Student Cooperative Grant Competition. One, which will be co-led by CCC’s Interim CEO Dr. G. Duncan Harris and MCC’s Interim CEO Dr. Tanya Millner-Harlee, …

Students Collaborate for Innovative Internship

Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018, marked the end of the 10-week Integrated Solutions Laboratory Experience (ISLE) program that brought together students from three institutions in the Hartford Consortium for Higher Education (HCHE): Capital Community College (CCC), the University of Hartford (UHART), and the University of Saint Joseph (USJ). The program, partially funded by the CTNext Higher Education Initiative, with additional support …

CAPITAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE WILL HOLD ENROLLMENT SATURDAY ON JUNE 9th

Capital Community College, located in the former G. Fox department store building, 950 Main St, Hartford, will be open on Saturday, June 9th from 9 am to 1 pm to help new and continuing students enroll in Fall classes. Staff from the college’s Welcome and Advising Center, Enrollment Services, Financial Aid, and Counseling departments will be available to assist students …

CAPITAL STUDENTS GET BIG GAINS FROM COLLEGE GAMES

DATE: November 21, 2017 CONTACT: Damaris Torres or Thu Nguyen PHONE:     860-906-5130 EMAIL:  ca_learnmore@capitalcc.edu FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Heading to college, and starting a new career can be a daunting task for anyone.  And if you happen to be fresh out of high school, the first in your family to make the big leap, or if you’ve been away from school …