As part of its commitment to educational excellence and access, CCSU works to keep tuition low and to provide a robust financial aid program that has grown to more than $100 million annually. As a result of our aggressive fundraising to support students, the University now annually provides $1.4 million in scholarship funds to nearly 900 students. We also offer the Central Payment Plan, which enables students to make tuition payments in up to five installments.
Download helpful forms and applications here. For additional information about tuition and fees, visit the Bursar's Office website or call (860) 832-2010.
Tuition and Fees for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 (subject to change)
Tuition & Fees
Connecticut Resident (undergraduate)
Living on Campus
There are several options for living on campus.
Standard Residence Hall
Vance Hall Single
Mid Campus Double
Mid Campus Suite Double
Mid Campus Suite Single
Commuter Meal Plans
Eat when you want and as much as you want for the semester purchased
Commuter20 - Up to 20 visits/term to Memorial Hall Dining
Commuter30 - Up to 30 visits/term to Memorial Hall Dining
Commuter40 - Up to 40 visits/term to Memorial Hall Dining
We know a college education is a big investment. It's worth it, and college tuition funds are more accessible than you might think. Last year, Central awarded more than $10 million in financial aid to transfer students. Get started by filling out a FAFSA form. (Use Federal School Code 001378.)
For more information and downloadable financial aid forms, visit the Financial Aid Department website or call (860) 832-2200.
The CCSU Foundation, in conjunction with various departments across campus, administers scholarship funds annually. Transfer students will be offered scholarships through the admissions process. Each year, the application period begins in late fall for the following academic year.
The scholarship application period for academic year 2017/2018 is closed. Students may apply for scholarships to be awarded in academic year 2018-'19 in November 2017.
For more information about scholarships, visit the Scholarships website or call (860) 832-0712.