The Connecticut State Colleges & Universities (ConnSCU) provide affordable, innovative and rigorous programs for students to achieve their personal and career goals as well as contribute to the economic growth of Connecticut.
Enrolling & Graduating Connecticut
17 Statewide Colleges & Universities
Four state universities; 12 community colleges; and Charter Oak State College.
92,000 Enrolled Students
Throughout our 17 institutions, ConnSCU enrolls roughly 92,000 students.
15,000 Graduates Annually
ConnSCU institutions graduate 15,000 students annually.
Lowest Sticker Price
ConnSCU institutions have both the lowest sticker price and lowest net price for higher education in Connecticut.
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96% are Connecticut Residents
96% of enrolled ConnSCU students are Connecticut residents. 35% of Connecticut high school graduates who go to college directly following high school attend a ConnSCU institution.
320,000 Degrees & Certificates
ConnSCU institutions have conferred roughly 320,000 degrees & certificates since 1983.
$191 million per Year
For ConnSCU's 15,000 graduates annually, the difference between what they would have earned with a high school diploma vs. a four-year or two-year degree equates to $191 million/year.