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Capital Snapshot Fall 2015

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General Information:
  • Formed in 1992, by a legislatively mandated merger of Greater Hartford Community College (founded in 1967) and Hartford State Technical College (founded as the Connecticut Engineering Institute in 1946).
  • Capital Community College.áá 950 Main St, Hartford, CT 06103.áá Tel:á (860) 906-5100.
  • Web Address:á http://www.capitalcc.edu/
  • A comprehensive, open door, two-year urban institution located in the city of Hartford, the state capital of Connecticut.
  • CCC has enrolled about 298,693 students since 1969 and has awarded 14,624 degrees and certificates.
  • The headcount credit enrollment for Fall 2015 is 3,517.
  • The FTE enrollment for Fall 2015 is 1,885.
  • Approximately, 78 percent of the total enrollment comes from the primary service area of Hartford, Bloomfield, East Hartford, New Britain, Newington, Rocky Hill, West Hartford, Wethersfield, and Windsor.
  • 88 percent are degree/certificate-seeking students, approximately 70 percent female, approximately 77 percent are part-time students.
  • Capital is one of the most ethnically diverse campuses in New England; the student body includes 37% African American, 27% Hispanic, and 21% Caucasian.
  • The average age for all students is 29; the average age for full-time students is 24 years and for part-time students is 31 years.
Faculty (Fall 2013):
  • Instructional Faculty: 283 total, 65 full-time, 218 part-time.
  • The full-time instructional faculty consists of 39 women and 26 men
Associate Degree and Certificate Programs:
  • . CCC offers 41 associate degree programs and 26 certificate programs on site and on line in the following areas: Accounting; Architectural Engineering; Biotechnology; Engineering & Technology; Communication Media; Computer & Information Systems with Mobile Application Developer/Network Administration/Web Publishing Options; Computer Networking with Cybersecurity Option; CCNA; Computer Programming; Computer Support Specialist; Construction Management; Criminal Justice; Early Childhood Education; Emergency Medical Services; Emergency Medical Technician with EMR and Paramedic Options; Fire Science; Health Information Management; Health Science; Insurance and Financial Services; Management with Entrepreneurship Option; Medical Assisting with Administrative Medical Insurance Option; Visual Communications; Liberal Arts and Science; Ethnic Studies; Mathematics and Natural Science; Music Industry; Nursing; Paramedic Studies; Radiologic Technology; Social Service with Community Change/Gerontology/Library Technical Assistant/Mental Health Options; General Studies
Facilities, Special Events and Community Activities:
  • Welcome Center, Bookstore, Cafeteria, Computer Laboratories, Cooperative Education, Alumni Association, Student Leadership Programs, Career Development & Placement Center, Counseling Services, various clubs and organizations, the Hartford Heritage Project (place based courses), Work Study programs, Child Development Center, Communication Media Center/TV Studio, Veterans Oasis Center, and an Academic Success Center: Math Center, Writing Center, and Computer Center
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