Yale University is Connecticut’s Ivy League school and is one of the top colleges in Connecticut. Founded in 1701, it is the third-oldest university in the country. Its New Haven campus has several historic buildings and is ranked third by US News and World Report. Currently, the school offers degrees in 13 distinct schools. The University holds the distinction of having four of the last seven United States Presidents as its graduates, including George W. Bush and William Clinton. To learn more about Yale, visit www.yale.edu or call 203-432-9392.
Central Connecticut State University
Central Connecticut State University was named as one of America’s Best Value Colleges by Princeton Review. The university has five schools, the schools of Arts and Sciences, Business, Education and Professional Studies, Engineering and Technology, and Graduate Studies, with a total of 100 majors for undergraduates and degrees in 40 academic fields for graduate students. To learn more about Central Connecticut State University, call 860-832-1964 or visit www.ccsu.edu.
Southern Connecticut State University
Located a few miles from downtown New Haven, Southern Connecticut State University has over 12,000 students and offers 116 graduate and undergraduate programs. As part of the Connecticut State University system, Southern Connecticut State offers its students resources drawn from the state’s largest university system. The school is known for its excellent teacher’s training, graduating more teachers, administrators, and school superintendents than any other college or university in the state. It also has an educational doctorate program. Call 888-500-SCSU or visit www.southernct.edu to learn more.
University of Connecticut
Often ranked as one of the top schools in New England and is among the top colleges in Connecticut, earning the top spot for New England schools by US News and World Report for 11 years in a row, The University of Connecticut offers over 100 majors to its students. Schools include the School of Business, School of Engineering, School of Fine Arts, School of Nursing, School of Pharmacy, Neag School of Education, Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Academic Center for Exploratory Students. To learn more about the degree programs, call 860-486-2000 or visit www.uconn.edu.
University of Hartford
The University of Hartford has seven school and colleges with over 90 undergraduate majors and over 30 graduate programs. It started as a commuter school for the greater Hartford area and grew into residential campus serving students throughout Connecticut. A small student-teacher ratio gives students the ability to learn while working closely with their professors. Call 860-768-4100 or visit www.hartford.edu to learn more.