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  • CentralConnecticutStateUniversityGraduateSchoolInformationSession
  •  CCSU Founded in 1849 – Normal SchoolCurrent population Approx: 11,300 Graduate School Founded in 1955Teacher’s College of ConnecticutMaster of EducationInitial Class of Admitted Students: 40 Graduate School - Current Enrollment Approx: 2,100 Part of the Board of Regents for Higher EducationCCSU Graduate School History &Facts
  •  Ed.D, Sixth Year Certificate, Master of Arts in Teaching, MA, MS, Post Baccalaureate Teacher Certification, OfficialCertificate Program 42 Graduate Degree Programs; 39 Specializations;23 non-degree Programs Graduate Program FocusApplied: Educational, Professional, Leadership,Administration, LicensureResearch: Doctoral Preparation, Advanced Study,Research Based CareersGraduate Degree and Non-DegreePrograms
  •  Fully Online – Data Mining On Campus Hybrids (50% on campus) On Campus, Online, & Hybrid Evening Course Offerings:4:30p.m. – 9:55p.m. Winter and Summer courses:4:00p.m.- 8:30p.m.Course Delivery
  •  Full time (9 – 15 credits); Part Time (8 credits or less) Planned Program of Study Program credit requirements – vary Program completion time limit – Six Years Internships and Practicums Capstone (Special Project, Comprehensive Exam,Thesis)Program Requirements
  •  Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accreditedcollege/university 2.70 undergraduate gpa or higher Graduate coursework: 3.00 gpa or higher Some programs: minimum undergraduate gpa of 3.00 Additional Materials required for specific programs GRE/GMAT Not Required for Master’s programs (Ed.D.only) Conditional Admissions Consideration and AppealsGraduate Admissions Requirements
  •  Apply online atwww.ccsu.edu/gradapplication General Deadlines: Spring semester –November 1st Fall semester – June 1st Summer Term – March 1st International Applicants –Spring: November 1st;Fall: May 1st Special Program Deadlines Posted on the Graduate StudiesWebsite:www.ccsu.edu/applyingApplication Process
  •  What to Submit and Where:Graduate Recruitment and Admissions Office: Completed Graduate Application Application Fee Official Transcripts Directly from Each InstitutionAttended (except CCSU) Additional Materials Varies depending on the program:www.ccsu.edu/additionalmaterial Submit directly to academic departmentApplication Process
  •  Graduate Housing is available on a limited basis Once students have been accepted into GraduateSchool they are eligible to apply for housing Graduate students will be placed in F. Don James Hall,and will have the opportunity to live with othergraduate studentswww.ccsu.edu/reslifeEmail: reslife@ccsu.eduGraduate Housing
  •  Most up-to-date information: www.ccsu.edu/bursar Current Tuition and Fees (SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME):Tuition and Required Fees for 2013-2014:Resident Non-ResidentFall $4,873.50 $10,600.50Spring $4,873.50 $10,600.50Part –Time Course & Registration Fees (courses numbered 099-699):Per credit: Resident: $524.00 Non-Resident: $537.00Registration Fee: $65.00 (per term)Cost to Attend CCSU
  •  Free Application for Federal Student Aid Unsubsidized Loans Full Time: $20,500 Part Time: Varies based on cost of attendance Post-baccalaureate: maximum $12,500 For more details: www.ccsu.edu/grad click onFinancial AidFinancial Aid
  •  Graduate Assistantships: Must be an Admitted, Enrolled Graduate Student Minimum GPA of 3.00 for Undergraduate and Post-Baccalaureate work Full-Time (300 hours); Maximum Stipend - $4,800 persemester State University Fee Waiver and Some General Fees Part Time (150 hours); Maximum Stipend - $2,400 per semester Inquire with Departments & Graduate Studies about GAOpportunities Limited Paid InternshipsGraduate Assistantships andScholarships
  • Continuing Graduate Student Scholarships: Academic Awards and Outstanding Scholars Program Graduate Student Association – Scholarships forProfessional Development Conferences and Research Some Departmental ScholarshipsGraduate Assistantships andScholarships
  •  Prospective Graduate Students: Graduate Open House (Fall and Spring) Graduate Orientation (newly admitted students) Individual Appointments with Departments Individual Appointments with Graduate Admissions Continuing Graduate Students: Graduate Creative Presentation andResearch Day Study Abroad Academic Advising Computer Technical Help Desk Graduate Studies Office RECentral Conferences, Workshops, and Lectureson campusSpecial Events and Graduate StudentSupport
  • Open House is offeredtwice each year, inOctober and March.Staff and departmentfaculty will be availableto answer any questions.Check www.ccsu.edu/grad for dates.Graduate Open House
  • Here you can find: Application Link InternationalStudents Tuition and Fees Financial Aid All Programs bySubject/Major DepartmentContactsGraduate Studies Website Graduate Forms Graduate Catalog GraduateAssistantships GraduateScholarships Graduate StudiesHandbook Graduate Housingwww.ccsu.edu/grad
  • www.ccsu.edu - A-Z Indexwww.ccsu.edu/gradHere you can find: Faculty Research, Field Studies Graduate courses and Programs Learning Outcomes Department contact information Helpful Career Options LinksDepartment Websites
  • Barnard Hall 1021615 Stanley StreetNew Britain, Connecticut 06050Hours: 8am - 5pm: Monday through FridayPhone: 860-832-2350Fax: 860-832-2362www.ccsu.edu/gradGraduate Recruitment andAdmissions Office
  • Barnard Hall 1021615 Stanley StreetNew Britain, Connecticut 06050Hours 8am - 5pm: Monday - FridayPhone: 860-832-2363Fax: 860-832-2352School of Graduate Studies
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