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Step 1: How to Apply for Admission
1. Obtain an application on-line or from Enrollment Services Office, room 207, and fill out the form. Submit the completed form with the $20.00 fee to the Enrollment Services office. A student may also apply on line. Click here to apply on-line.
2. Submit a copy of the high school diploma or state high school equivalency certificate(GED)with the admission application to the Office of Enrollment Services. Applicants from countries other than the United States of America must submit a notarized English translation of their diplomas.
3. All students born after 1956 must submit immunization information of measles and rubella. However, applicants who graduated from a Connecticut high school after 1999 are exempt from submitting the information. Any one of the following documents will be accepted:
4. Students are asked to declare a major or program of study on the application form. Undecided students may select General Studies as their temporary major. Students who plan to apply to a Selective Admission program will be placed in the General Studies program until accepted into the specialized program. The Nursing program specifically requires a special application for admission. [Note: A non-degree student does not have to supply the same required documentation as a degree or certificate seeking student, but must meet the prerequisites for any courses they choose to pursue at Capital Community College.]Certain academic programs have more stringent admission requirements due to the specific nature of the program, or the course work involved. They include the: Nursing Program, EMT-Paramedic Program, Radiologic Technology Program, and Physical Therapy Assistant Program.
5. A home-schooled student is defined as someone who has completed a secondary school education in a private or home setting under state law. These applicants must meet the same admission requirements as any other applicant, except for providing evidence of graduation from a secondary school or obtaining a state equivalency diploma. Home school applicants may submit a copy of a transcript of any secondary school they attended, a copy of federal or state equivalency diploma, or a summary of the secondary program pursued, and a certificate of successful completion signed by the parent or provider of the home-school.
6. Students may transfer to CCC from other colleges for any term. Transfer students must follow the procedures for admission into a program, but in addition, they must forward official transcripts from any colleges they had previously attended. A transcript evaluation form must be filed with the Office of Enrollment Services to evaluate the courses for a CCC degree or certificate curriculum. Once the evaluation is completed, the new transcript will be mailed to the transfer student. A student must complete at least 25% of the degree or certificate course work at Capital to meet the minimum graduation standard at CCC.
7. A transcript that indicates transfer credits will not be included in the calculation of the CCC grade point average.
For further information on becoming a Capital student, click here.
Staff Directory of the Office of Enrollment Services
2nd floor, Office 207, 860 - 906-5140
Marsha Ball-Davis, Director of Admissions, 860-906-5127
Carlos Castillo, Assistant Director of Admissions, 860-906-5128
Lissette Niles, Secretary, 860-906-5122
Patrick Tucker, Registrar, 860-906-5125
Waynette Arnum, Assistant Registrar 860-906-5124
Goodman, Marilyn, Assistant to the Registrar, 860-906-5123
Elizabeth Daniels, Secretary, 860-906-5121
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