Visit the admissions office on the second floor, room 207, and we'll give you the necessary forms, and answer any questions you may have. During certain times of the year, you may also click here to APPLY ONLINE.
Placement Testing assures that students are enrolled in courses appropriate for their skill level. Tests are taken after the student has applied for admission and received their Banner Student ID Number. The Placement Testing Home Page contains the testing schedule and an interactive sample placement test.
For complete information about enrolling at Capital, please see our College Catalog.
Candidates for admission to associate degree and certificate programs must be high school graduates or have a state high school equivalency certificate. Individual programs may have specific requirements, which can be found in the college catalog.
Special Student Status - Non Degree
Applicants interested in individual courses are not required to hold a high school diploma or its equivalent. Applicants must, however, have the appropriate background to achieve success in the course. They must submit an application using the non-degree code and must pay the $20 non-refundable application fee.
Procedure for Admission
Obtain an application from the Enrollment Services Office or apply on-line
Return the completed application along with a $20 non-refundable application fee to the Enrollment Services Office. This fee is paid only once, and the check or money order should be made payable to CCC.
Submit a copy of your high school transcript showing graduation or a copy of your diploma or General Equivalency Diploma to the Enrollment Services Office. Individuals who do not intend to enroll in degree or certificate programs and who are not applying for financial aid may indicate non-degree on the application and need not submit a transcript.
If you were born after 1956 you must also submit proof of immunization as required by Connecticut state law*.Click here for more information.
Students Of Varying Backgrounds
We can accommodate students coming from a wide range of backgrounds, including...