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About the School:

CCSU is a driving force of the economic, social, cultural, and intellectual development of Connecticut, an enabler of social mobility, and a committed community partner. The integration of the liberal arts into the University’s professional programs provides the foundation needed to prepare a flexible, engaged, and adaptable workforce. More than 85 percent of the graduates remain in Connecticut; as such, Central is a vital pipeline for an array of professions in the public, private, and non-profit sectors, including engineering, social services, health care, law enforcement, education, business, and industry, among others.

Laptop Programs:

Through the CARES Act, the University has a limited number of Windows laptops for students to borrow for the academic school year (through May 2021). To be considered for a loaner laptop, you need to log into our IT Service Request System, with your BlueNet username and password, and fill out the Student Loaner Laptop request form. Once your request is processed, the Information Technology (IT) department will send you an email to schedule a time to pick up your laptop. Laptop Information The loaner laptop is a Lenovo ThinkPad L13 with Windows 10 and CCSU-licensed software, such as Microsoft Office.