Time to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid® (FAFSA)

Time to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid® (FAFSA)

Dear Parents/Guardians: It’s time for your student to complete the 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid® (FAFSA). Here’s what you need to know: Your student may file the 2019-2020 FAFSA as of October 1, 2018, at https://fafsa.ed.gov/. Be sure to include SCSU’s federal school code:  001406. You and your student are required to use 2017

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Thanksgiving Greetings from SCSU

Thanksgiving Greetings from SCSU

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Dear Parents/Guardians and Families, As we enter the month of November, it is hard to believe we are more than halfway through the fall semester.  As faculty, staff and students begin to prepare for the Thanksgiving break, there is no time better than now for us to pause and reflect on the many gifts we

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Resource of the Month: SCSU Academic Success Center

Resource of the Month: SCSU Academic Success Center

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The SCSU Academic Success Center provides services that support students on their journey to gaining scholastic independence and achieving academic success. It serves the entire student body by helping students prepare, advance and academically excel. The Academic Success Center helps students to become more independent and self-motivated learners, to master course material, and to develop and

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SCSU Counseling Services

SCSU Counseling Services

University Counseling Services offers a wide variety of resources to help students adjust to life on campus. Our primary purpose is to provide psychological support as students pursue academic and personal goals and to enhance the quality of their educational experience at Southern Connecticut State University. Our licensed and professionally trained staff offer free counseling

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Campus drug use on the rise

Campus drug use on the rise

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Dear Parents/Guardians, As you probably have learned though recent news reports, heroin use by college students is on the rise nationwide, along with the abuse of prescription opioid medications, MDMA (“molly”), ecstasy and others. Use of these drugs has led to an increase in the number of young adults being transported to the hospital, being

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SCSU Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Development

SCSU Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Development

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Research shows that actively engaged college students increase their chances for academic success and acquire valuable life-long skills for personal development, leadership and good citizenship. The SCSU Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Development ensures that students are familiar with and are engaged in university-sponsored co-curricular activities and opportunities which can help students build connections,

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  • I've been through the process twice, and you are so right: it is stressful! However, everything works out for the best. My daughter ended up attending a school she didn't even want to see. In fact, the day we went to visit, she decided to leave the tour early, rather than going to the question and answer session. Well, it was the best four years of her life thus far, and she has made lifetime friends and had many wonderful experiences because of her education there. Thanks for sharing. I always love reading your pieces.