Life began for Southern Connecticut State University on September 11, 1893, when three teachers and 84 students met at the old Skinner School in New Haven to create a two-year teacher training school, New Haven State Normal School. By 1937, Southern had grown into a four-year college with the power to grant bachelor's degrees.
In pursuing our vision and fulfilling our mission, the Division of Research and Innovation values:
9 residence halls on campus:
Room and board rates include heat, electricity, water, Internet connection, cable television, microfridge combination unit, access to common room lounges featuring recreation equipment, and much more. On-site laundry is also available to you at minimal cost. Sleep in and save money on car expenses!
600,000+ Buley Library's collection of print and media volumes, electronic books, and periodical journals
Our campus is located two miles from downtown New Haven. Southern's campus is full of energy, and living on campus puts you at the center of it all -- footsteps away from events, sports games, our theater, academic buildings, the student center, campus dining, and so much more.
Southern Connecticut State University is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.).