Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) offering courses at the GCC campus

Thursday, December 6, 2018
 

Students planning to continue their education after they complete an associate degree at Gateway Community College (GCC) now have the convenience of enrolling in advanced classes that will be offered at the New Haven campus. 

Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) will offer two courses at the GCC campus that will satisfy SCSU bachelor’s degree requirements.  The courses will be delivered by SCSU faculty.  Students enrolled in a TAP (Transfer Ticket) or transferable degree program are eligible to enroll in up to two designated and approved SCSU courses, in addition to their existing course load at GCC.

GCC students will receive a full SCSU grant equivalent to the cost of the tuition and fees associated with the approved list of courses, reducing the financial impact while continuing their associate degree program requirements.

A SCSU advisor will contact students three to five days after they have applied to discuss details of the program, verify eligibility, discuss course selection, and complete registration.  The SCSU advisor will require a copy of a student’s Degree Works evaluation or a copy of an unofficial transcript to verify eligibility and pre-requisite completion.

Courses offered for spring 2019 include:

EDU 200 – Teachers, Schools, and Society

PCH 202 – Introduction to Public Health

For more information, visit More.SouthernCT.edu/SCSU-GCC or contact the following staff members:

Southern Representative  
Steve Marcelynas                                           
MarcelynasS1@SouthernCT.edu
(203) 392-7123

Gateway Community College Representative  
Angela Richter                                           
arichter@gatewayCT.edu
(203) 285-2075