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CSCU: SNAP Changes Will Hurt Students
Pres. Ojakian urges Sec. Perdue to scrap proposed rule that would disqualify more than 3 million low-income individuals across the nation from receiving food assistance
Jul 26, 2019

NECHE Issues Response to CSCU Update
Momentum continues in community college unification
Jul 23, 2019

Six CSCU Institutions Rank in Top 10 Computer Training Schools in Connecticut
QVCC, MCC, NCC, CCSU, NVCC, and GCC were recognized for providing top quality education in the field of technology
Jul 23, 2019

CSCU Receives $8 million Federal Grant to Develop Advanced Manufacturing Apprenticeships
The grant will build upon successful programs, including the pre-apprenticeship pipeline under the leadership of the Eastern Workforce Development Board, and create new models that can be replicated throughout Connecticut and nationwide
Jul 23, 2019

CSCU Selected to Receive Training & Assistance in PFS in Higher Education National Cohort
Third Sector will help communities explore leverage innovative financing to fund wraparound support services to improve matriculation, persistence, and graduation outcomes for underserved students.
Jun 28, 2019

CSCU Received Grant to Support Adult Learners
CSCU today announced the approval of a $291,300 Lumina Foundation grant to fund an adult learner policy audit and build infrastructure to address costs beyond tuition for adult students
Jun 26, 2019

Connecticut Board of Regents Approves 2019-20 Operating Budget
puts community colleges on a path to long-term sustainability
Jun 20, 2019

CSCU, SDE Partner to Encourage Community College Enrollment
First of several “Aspire” events to be held throughout the summer
Jun 18, 2019

FAC Conference 2017

Friday, April 7, 2017, Central Connecticut State University
The 2017 Faculty Advisory Committee Conference on Student Success & Shared Governance will be held at Central Connecticut State University on Friday, April 7, 2017. Save the date! More details will be available soon.

Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Summit

May 6, 2016, Manchester Community College
Should the institutions of the Connecticut State Colleges & Universities System be concerned about calls for greater accountability? When asked, how do CSCU institutions document the value of the education provided to their students, what is the response? Are CSCU faculty members sufficiently engaged in determining the degree to which their students acquire the skills and knowledge purported in their syllabus? Are assessment results meticulously analyzed and purposefully utilized to bring about improvements in student learning, continuously? This colloquy continues at the SLO Assessment Summit.
Register to attend the Summit View Itinerary (pdf)

Student Success & Shared Governance

Friday, April 8, 2016, Housatonic Community College
The Faculty Advisory Committee held its Second Annual Conference on Friday, April 8, 2016 at Housatonic Community College. Videos & Media