Apply for Admission to Housatonic
Complete an Application for Admissions
(For requirements for admission click
Apply Online (When Available) or Download
an Application to Print
APPLICATION AVAILABLE HERE during times listed above.
read the directions below then click here to begin the process....
You must first create a Login Account, go to NEW
USER if you are entering an application for the first time.
order to have your web application considered complete by the Admissions
Office, you must enter an email address on your application and pay
your application fee by credit card over the web. If you do not
have an email account, you may set up a free email account by going
to www.yahoo.com and selecting the email link at the top of the screen. If
you do not have a credit card, you may download the paper application and
pay your application fee by check or money order (Do not mail cash. Cash
may only be used when paying in-person at HCC).
Please have both your email account and credit card number
available before starting this web application.
This application is for NEW students only.
ONLINE Application Dates...
Winter 2016 - September 23, 2016 through December 21, 2016
Spring 2017 - September 23, 2016 through January 16, 2017
If you were referred to this college’s Manufacturing Program by the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities System, please select Manufacturing as your application type and the Fall Term.
From the 2016-2017 Catalog
If you plan to enroll at Housatonic Community College, you must be a graduate of an accredited secondary school or hold a State Equivalency Certificate (GED). If you are a mature applicant who cannot meet these requirements, you may be given special consideration based on your qualifications and experience. This consideration must be approved by the President or his/her designee.
To apply for admissions, you must:
1. Obtain an application from the Admissions Office or from a high school guidance office, apply online, or download an application from the web site.
2. Return the completed application with a $20 non-refundable application fee, (personal check or money order), to the Admissions Office, or provide a fee waiver, if applicable.
3. Submit an official copy of your high school transcript (sent from your high school) showing graduation, or a copy of your diploma, or a copy of your G.E.D. Proof of high school completion must be provided before you can enroll in a degree or certificate program. Non-degree students are not required to provide proof until matriculating in a degree program.
4. Submit an official transcript of previous course work to the Admissions Office if you have attended another post-secondary institution (college/training institute).
5. Provide proof of compliance with the MMRV Immunization policy. See section on MMRV Immunization for complete information.(Not required for part-time non-matriculating non-degree students and students taking only on-line courses)
Test waivers may be given for certain exceptions. Please see the section in this catalog on TEST WAIVERS.
Per general statutes of CT Sec. 10a-29. (Formerly Sec. 10-329e).Determination of student status.
Per general statutes of CT Sec. 10a-30, it shall be presumed that the establishment of a new domicile in the state of Connecticut by an emancipated person has not occurred until he has resided in this state for a period of not less than one year. See general statutes 10a-27, 10a-28, 10a-29, 10a-30 for full text and related statutes.
Per Public Act 11-43, undocumented students shall be entitled to classification as an in-state student for tuition purposes, (A) if such person (i) resides in this state; (ii) attended any educational institution in this state and completed at least four years of high school level education in this state; (iii) graduated from a high school in this state, or the equivalent thereof, and is registered as an entering student, or is enrolled at a public institution of higher education in this state, and (B) if such person is without legal immigration status, such person files an affidavit with such institution of higher education stating that he or she has filed an application to legalize his or her immigration status, or will file such an application as soon as he or she is eligible to do so.
Individuals interested in enrolling at Housatonic should apply for admission as early as possible. Students are admitted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Students entering Allied Health programs are admitted only for the Fall semester but may enroll earlier for their prerequisite academic core courses under the General Studies program.
Application forms and other information about applying for admission can be obtained from the Admissions Office (LH-A106) by a personal visit to the office at 900 Lafayette Boulevard, on the web site at
www.housatonic.edu, by calling 203-332-5100, or by mail to:
Housatonic Community College
900 Lafayette Boulevard
Bridgeport, CT 06604-4704
The Admissions Office assists anyone needing further program information.
A personal interview is optional, and those who wish may make an interview
appointment by contacting the Admissions Office at 203-332-5100 or Email