Central Connecticut State University

Central Connecticut State University

Central Connecticut State University

Date Founded



1615 Stanley Street,New Britain, CT 06050

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Higher Education & Universities

Company Description

Central Connecticut State University is a regional, comprehensive public university in New Britain, Connecticut. Founded in 1849 as New Britain Normal School, CCSU is Connecticut's oldest publicly funded University. CCSU is made up of four schools: the Ammon School of Arts & Science, the School of Business, the School of Education & Professional Studies, and the School of Engineering & Technology. Attended by over 11,000 students, 9,200 are undergraduates, and 2,000 are graduate students. It is part of the ConnSCU system of colleges and universities in Connecticut, which also oversees Eastern, Western, and Southern Connecticut State University. Together the four universities have a student body of over 34,000.

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Police Chief

Distinguished Professor, International Business


Faculty Member

Lecturer, Management & Organization

Chair, Anthropology Department

American Savings Foundation Endowed Chair in Banking & Finance

Distinguished Alumni
David Leon Albrycht is now President & Chief Investment Officer at Newfleet Asset Management LLC
John N. Fuller is now Vice President & Director of Operations at Hooker & Holcombe Investment Advisors, Inc.
Christopher S. Coleman is now Chief Financial Officer at Third Point Reinsurance Ltd.
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