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WCSU cites Covid threat in canceling winter sports season

Student athletes will be able to continue with their on-campus training.

COVID-19 CRISIS: Lamont issues exec order to limit public gatherings to...

The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) State Laboratory has identified three additional presumptive positive cases of COVID-19, Gov Ned Lamont announced today. To...

COVID-19 CRISIS: Stamford, Greenwich Hospital patients test positive; more schools closing

Along with Sacred Heart University, which moved classes online earlier this week, the schools cautioned that there are no known or suspected cases of COVID-19, nor anyone with symptoms requiring action, on their campuses.

WCSU Writing Center prepares for new semester of helping students

"It is very common when you suddenly encounter very different writing projects than what you had before," said Kelli Custer.

In-state tuition for NY, NJ residents draws students to WestConn

Multimillion-dollar construction projects, enrollment numbers, a new branding initiative and, according to WCSU President John Clark, the overall atmosphere are all positive signs at the 116-year-old university.

WCSU to offer master’s degree in integrative biological diversity

"Biodiversity is important because most technological advances stem from solutions found in the natural world," said Theodora Pinou, professor of biological and environmental sciences at WCSU.

Mom & pop retailers endure and adapt amid industry upheaval

The National Retail Federation reported that more than 98 percent of all U.S. retailers are small business, which is defined as companies employing fewer than 50 people.

Women’s Business Development Council finds permanent home in Danbury

The Council provides the Danbury and Western Connecticut State University communities with entrepreneurial and financial training programs.

Tuition increases likely as higher education funding drops

As Connecticut continues to tighten its belt when it comes to funding higher education, an increase in tuition is likely on the horizon at the state’s colleges and universities.