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CCC Student Receives Black Nurses’ Association Scholarship At 21st Annual Luncheon

Adedoyin Ogunbona, a second year student in the Associate Degree in Nursing Program, is one of four undergraduates to receive a 2018 scholarship from the Northern Connecticut Black Nurses Association (NCBNA). The NCBNA held its 21st annual awards luncheon on … Continue reading

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Hartford Public High School Grads Eligible For Scholarship To Capital CC

A  gift to the Capital Community College Foundation will  provide a full-time scholarship for two years ($5,000 per year) to a graduate of Hartford Public High School for the upcoming academic year. The Mimi and Brendan Lynch Scholarship is for … Continue reading

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Foundation Scholarships: New Gifts Create Award For Older Students (25 & up), Women in 2018-2019

Major gifts to the Capital Community College Foundation have established scholarships to benefit adult learners and women in the 2018-2019 year. The Katz Family Scholarship  is one of the awards available through the College Foundation’s scholarship program for new and … Continue reading

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Group Marks 10 Years Of Scholarship Giving And 35 Years Of Helping Computer Users

The Business and Professional Microcomputer Users Group (BPMUG), a volunteer organization founded in 1982,  donated an annual scholarship for a 10th consecutive year at its October meeting. The $500 gift will benefit a Capital student majoring in computer information systems. … Continue reading

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College Holding Financial Aid Workshops In June; CCC Foundation Scholarship Application Deadline Is June 15th

Capital Community College’s Office of Financial Aid is holding a series of workshops in June to orient students seeking financial aid for the 2015-2016 academic year. Classes begin for the fall semester on Monday, August 31st. The 90-minute workshops will … Continue reading

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Responses To President’s Free Community College Initiative

I Owe It All to Community College: Tom Hanks on His Two Years at Chabot College “President Obama hopes to make two years of free community college accessible for up to nine million Americans. I’m guessing the new Congress will … Continue reading

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Giving Tuesday: The Value of Scholarship Giving @ Capital

“Growing up in inner city Hartford, the youngest of twelve children, college seemed out of reach. Capital Community College not only afforded me the opportunity to obtain a college education but also gave me my career in nursing….I applaud the … Continue reading

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