Community College Financial Aid Statistics in Connecticut

  • The community colleges in Connecticut are comprised of approximately 78% financial aid.
  • The community colleges financial aid in Connecticut are listed below (where sufficient data available).

Community College Financial Aid Statistics in Connecticut

  • College Financial Aid Location
  • St Vincent's College
    Private, non-profit
    100%
    2800 Main St
    Bridgeport CT  06606
    (203)576-5235
  • Bais Binyomin Academy
    Private, non-profit
    100%
    132 Prospect St
    Stamford CT  06901
    (203)325-4351
  • Mitchell College
    Private, non-profit
    98%
    437 Pequot Avenue
    New London CT  06320
    (860)701-5000
  • 95%
    2279 Mount Vernon Road
    Southington CT  06489
    (860)628-4751
  • 92%
    950 Main Street
    Hartford CT  06103
    (860)906-5000
  • Goodwin College
    Private, non-profit
    92%
    One Riverside Drive
    East Hartford CT  06118
    (860)528-4111
  • 79%
    One University Place
    Stamford CT  06901
    (860)486-2000
  • 78%
    742 Upper Maple St
    Danielson CT  06239
    (860)932-4000
  • 78%
    1084 Shennecossett Rd
    Groton CT  06340
    (860)486-2000
  • 78%
    99 East Main Street
    Waterbury CT  06702
    (860)486-2000
  • 70%
    170 Elm St
    Enfield CT  06082
    8602533000
  • 68%
    100 Training Hill Rd
    Middletown CT  06457
    (860)343-5701
  • 67%
    574 New London Turnpike
    Norwich CT  06360
    8602159016
  • 65%
    188 Richards Avenue
    Norwalk CT  06854
    (203)857-7060
  • 63%
    271 Scott Swamp Road
    Farmington CT  06032
    (860)255-3500
  • 62%
    Great Path
    Manchester CT  06040
    (860)512-3000
  • 59%
    Park Pl E
    Winsted CT  06098
    (860)738-6300
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