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Capital Snapshot Fall 2011

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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. 950 Main St, Hartford, CT 06103. Tel: 860-906-5100.
  • Web Address: 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 263,000 students since 1969 and has awarded 12,622 degrees and Certificates.
  • The headcount credit enrollment for Fall 2011 is 4,512.
  • The FTE enrollment for Fall 2011 is 2,471.
  • Approximately, 80 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.
  • 87 percent are degree/certificate-seeking students, approximately 71 percent female, approximately 71 percent are part-time.
  • 87 percent are degree/certificate-seeking students, approximately 71 percent female, approximately 71 percent are part-time students.
  • Capital is one of the most ethnically diverse campuses in New England; the student body includes 34% African American, 28% Hispanic, 21% Caucasian.
  • The average age for all students is 30; the average age for full-time students is 24 years and for part-time students is 31 years.
  • Instructional Faculty: 313 total, 69 full-time, 244 part-time.
  • The full-time instructional faculty consists of 41 women and 28 men
Associate Degree and Certificate Programs:

CCC offers 35 associate degree programs and 27 certificate programs on site and on line in the following areas: Accounting, Computer and Information Systems, Emergency Medical Services Instructor, Fire Technology and Administration, Computer Hardware Support Specialist, Computer Software Support Specialist, Architectural Engineering Technology, Computer Aided Drafting, Computer Programming, Early Childhood Education, Emergency Medical Technician, College of Technology (Engineering Science, Technological Studies), Health Science, Library Technician Assistant, Management, Marketing, Mental Health Assistant, Nursing, Paramedic Studies, Radiologic Technology, Medical Assisting, Microcomputers, Business Office Technology, Social Service, Liberal Arts & Sciences, Visual Communication, Labor Studies, Communication Media, Criminal Justice, General Studies, Wastewater and Distance Learning Computer & Information Systems with two options.

Facilities, Special Events and Community Activities:

Welcome Center, Bookstore, Cafeteria, Tech-Prep programs, Cooperative Education, Alumni Association, Career Development Services, various clubs and organizations, Work Study programs, Child Development Center, Communication Media Center/TV Studio, Academic Success Center, Math Center, Writing Center.

Financial Statements:

Access to the College's financial statements is on reserve in the Library on the fifth floor; (860) 906-5027, and through the Dean of Administration's Office on the second floor; (860) 906-5050. The document is a Connecticut Community College System publication that features financial information on all the community colleges in Connecticut. Information on Capital Community College begins on page 20.



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