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2018 graduates from SCSU Commencement

Undergraduate students at Southern soon will have the ability to complete their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a combined five years in several majors...

Students at Southern are recognized for their high academic achievement by being placed on the dean’s list of their respective schools. In order for...

You know your college business course is a standout when it inspires you to launch an actual business. So it was for Jack Dowe,...

Julia Rotella, ’17, excelled in honors-level courses at Masuk High School in Monroe, Conn., and had her pick of potential colleges. Drawing on her...

Elm Shakespeare Company returns to New Haven's Edgerton Park this summer with one of the Bard's less performed plays, Love's Labour's Lost. Celebrating its...

Twenty-seven STEM teachers were on campus recently for the sixth annual Materials and Manufacturers Summer Teachers’ Institute, a school-to-career initiative that targets STEM skills...

As a high school football star from northern New Jersey, Rick Capozzi, ’83, was being actively recruited by several NCAA Division I universities when...

World Languages and Literatures Professor Pina Palma and Associate Professor of Photography Jeremy Chandler recently returned from the rich cultural region of Tuscany in Italy with...
SCSU archeology program, students, excavation at Whitfiield Museum, Guilford, Conn.

Anthropology students this summer have been exploring what lies underground on the property of the oldest house in Connecticut – the Henry Whitfield House...

English Professor and Connecticut State University Professor Vivian Shipley, an acclaimed prize-winning poet, was featured in an article in the Hartford Courant, discussing her...