Town & Legislative Forum On Public Higher Ed, Financial Aid Issues At Capital Community College Tuesday, January 24th

The Capital Community College Foundation & Advisory Council will host a Town and Legislative Forum on Tuesday, January 24th from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at the downtown connecticut_state_capitol_hartford-237x300campus, 950 Main Street in downtown Hartford. (Snow date: February 7)

State legislators in Capital Community College’s  primary service area and officials from Hartford and surrounding towns have been invited to participate in the forum.

Higher education legislation, student financial aid issues and the college’s finances and priorities will be discussed as the Governor and Legislature address ways to balance the state budget.cccsignfront2-1

Information on Capital’s current operating budget, its revenue sources and ongoing steps to reduce expenses and maintain programs and services  will be shared.

Seating is limited for the Town & Legislative forum. RSVPs are required for this event. For more information contact the college’s advancement office at 860-906-5102 or email  CA-foundation@capitalcc.edu.

The Connecticut General Assembly opened for the 2017 session on January 4th and will adjourn on June 7th. To contact your legislators visit the Connecticut General Assembly

Capital Community College, located in the center of Hartford in the renovated, historic G. Fox building, is a public, open-door, educational institution committed to the metropolitan community it serves. Its mission is to provide higher education and lifelong learning to people of diverse cultures, abilities and ages, and to serve the needs of the community, government agencies and business and industry. To learn more about the college, visit www.capitalcc.edu

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