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  • Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence Response Team

    Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence Response Team

    Eastern Connecticut State University’s Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence Response Team provides a proactive and victim-centered response to issues of sexual assault on campus and is available to help anyone who reports a violation of the sexual assault policy. The Team can provide crisis intervention, assessment, direct support, and referral for the victim and the accused.

    Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence Response Team

  • Winter Session

    Whether you wish to take courses toward a college degree, for personal enrichment, or to meet other educational goals, Eastern Connecticut State University welcomes you this Winter Session. Eastern offers a variety of on-ground and online courses to make it easier to earn your degree quickly. Winter Session courses fill up fast so make sure to register today!

    Winter Session Options:

    Traditionally Scheduled

    Courses meet MTWRF from 9:00 AM-12:45 PM, 1:00 PM-4:45 PM or 6:00 PM -9:45 PM.

    December 26 – January 9

    Two Week Condensed (courses with 4 or more credits may not be scheduled during this session)

    On Ground Courses meet 9:00 AM to 4:15 PM

    Option 1: December 26 – January 11 (M, W, F)

    Option 2: December 26 – January 10 (T, R, S)

    Online Courses

    December 26 – January 12

    Make your Spring easier by taking courses in Winter Session! Have a great semester!

  • On-Campus Interviews

    The Vice President for Student Affairs search committee has invited candidates for on-campus interviews. The committee would like to extend an invitation to students to meet the candidates as follows:

    Carla Panzella – October 5, 2:15 – 2:45 p.m. – Student Center Theater
    Walter Diaz – October 9, 2:15 – 2:45 p.m. – Student Center Theater
    Beth Hellwig – October 11, 2:15 – 2:45 p.m. – Science 104

    Copies of CVs will be available at the above sessions.  We hope you will be able to stop by and meet all of the candidates.


    Jaime Gomez,
    Search Committee Chair

  • A Message from the President

    Dear Colleagues:

    Racially and religiously insensitive language was found on two residential room doors overnight. The Campus Police are conducting a full investigation of the matter to determine if this constitutes a criminal act. Eastern’s Policy on Pluralism and the Connecticut State College and University System’s Policy Regarding Racism and Acts of Intolerance are clear in condemning and forbidding acts of racial and religious harassment.

    At Eastern, we are committed to fostering a culture of inclusion and respect for each individual on our campus. Acts of harassment and bigotry run counter to our core values and will not be tolerated. Persons found guilty of such acts shall be adjudicated to the fullest extent possible. If the guilty party is a student, they will be subject to campus judicial proceedings under the Student Code of Conduct.

    Such behavior has no place in our society and on our campus. I appeal to all members of the campus community to reject prejudice and hatred, to respect each other, and to report any incidents like this to the Campus Police.

    Dr. Elsa M. Núñez
    Eastern Connecticut State University
    Office of the President
    83 Windham Street
    Willimantic, CT 06226

  • Student File Storage

    Dear Students,

    This summer Eastern will be retiring the current student network file shares, known as the Z: Drive. The new default file storage system will be Microsoft OneDrive for Business.  ITS will be migrating all student data from the local Z: drives to O365 OneDrive for Business in the Microsoft cloud.  This move will not only provide greater accessibility and more granular recovery, it significantly increases storage for each student by 20,000 times the current allocation.

    Additional information will be emailed during the summer and again in the fall as students return to campus. The ITS Help Desk will be available to assist all students. In addition, a series of short informational/tutorial videos on O365 OneDrive for Business are available at

    Some advantages of O365 OneDrive:

    • O365 integration provides online editing and collaboration tools for Microsoft Office documents
    • OneDrive will have 5TB of storage, 20,000 times more than the current Z: Drive
    • OneDrive stores documents of nearly any file type
    • Files may be accessed from any location on any device via the Internet

    Individual files may be shared with other Eastern students and/or faculty to allow for real-time collaboration/editing.

  • UCONN Health Study

    Are you interested in losing weight?

    Do you own a smartphone?

    We are recruiting men and women between the ages of 18 and 65 for a weight loss program that includes nutrition and exercise counseling Study participation will last for 12 months.

    Compensation will be provided.

    Protocol #: H17-210
    Please call 860-486-8480 or e-mail

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  • The Immigration Detention and DACA (IDD) Clinic

    The Immigration Detention and DACA (IDD) Clinic at UConn Law School is offering legal consultations for people who have lost, or will be losing, protection they previously had under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) or Temporary Protected Status (TPS) programs.  The consultations will provide advice on possible immigration avenues, and assistance on DACA renewal for those who qualify, but the IDD Clinic is generally not equipped to provide further representation.  The consultations will be performed by teams of law student interns under the supervision of an experienced attorney.  Consultations and any other services will be free of charge (except for potential filing fees) and will likely require two or more meetings at the UConn Law School in Hartford.  If you would like a consultation with the IDD Clinic, please contact Jon Bauer, at or 860-570-5205, or Anna Cabot, at or 860-570-5460. 

    Please note that the scope of the immigration services offered by the clinic are limited.  Gregory F. Daniels, Esq., Assistant Counsel/Director of Freedom of Information for the Connecticut State Colleges & Universities, is available to answer questions at (860) 723-0018 or

  • Support Hurricane Relief Efforts!


    Following the devastation in the Caribbean Basin caused by recent hurricanes and earthquakes, members of the Eastern community have asked how they can help support relief efforts in effected communities. An online giving form has been created for financial contributions.

    For more information


    passport cardPlanning a vacation north or south of the border? The new “Passport Card” is a convenient way to visit Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean without a full passport. The passport card is the size of a credit card, fits easily into your wallet and costs less than half the price of a passport book. You can also use it as an I.D. Getting a card is easy; just visit your local post office, or go to

    Passport Card

  • Vicki Soto Memorial Fund

    Victoria Leigh Soto Memorial Fund

  • Tell Somebody

    Concerned about a student? Tell Somebody.
    Report incidents or troublesome behavior by visiting
    For emergencies, call 911.

  • Eastern & Merit

    Eastern Student Achievement Merit Badges

    Eastern Connecticut State University wants to make sure that students are recognized for their accomplishments. The University uses a web-based platform called “Merit” to publicize your accomplishments—making the dean’s list, completing a study abroad program, conducting student research, playing on a successful athletic team, or winning a scholarship, for example. This platform allows us to send news items about your achievements to your hometown newspapers, and also publishes them on the web.
    For more information, visit University Relations Merit Pages.

  • New Weather Closing Policy

    In the event of a delayed opening of the University, any class that would have at least 45 minutes of meeting time remaining after the announced opening time will meet starting at the announced opening time. Any class meeting that would have fewer than 45 minutes of meeting time after the announced opening time will not meet. For example, with a 10 a.m. opening, classes running from 9:30-10:45 would meet from 10-10:45 a.m.

    In the event of an early closing of the University, any class that would have at least 45 minutes of meeting time prior to the announced closing time will meet until the announced closing time. Any class meeting that would have fewer than 45 minutes of meeting time before the announced closing time will not meet. For example, with a 3 p.m. closing, classes running from 2-3:15 p.m. would meet from 2-3 p.m.

  • Sharing Online Songs, Videos and Documents

    The U.S. Department of Education has issued new regulations regarding the distribution of copyrighted materials such as songs, games and videos through uploads and downloads over computer networks. The regulations are focused on combating the unauthorized, illegal distribution of copyrighted materials via Peer-2-Peer file sharing networks. Higher education institutions are now required to develop and implement plans to deter the unauthorized sharing and distribution of copyrighted materials.

    The information in these Articles and FAQ sections detail elements of ECSU’s plan including:

    • Information about legal and illegal methods of sharing copyrighted materials
    • The significant penalties associated with copyright violations
    • Statutory fines within a range of $750.00 – $150,000.00 per infringement.
    • Possible University sanctions: any of the following or any combination of the following: expulsion, suspension, disciplinary probation, disciplinary warning, residence hall separation, residence hall probation and residence hall warning.


    How you will be identified if your computer is used to illegally share copyrighted materials: You are not anonymous on the network.

    Please review and become familiar with the materials in these sections:
    FAQs and Articles

  • Wireless Internet Access @ Eastern

    ITS provides wireless Internet access inside of the Library and on the exterior on the Library Cafe patio area. Wireless Internet is also available at Hurley Hall, the Student Center and Webb Hall (3rd & 4th floors) and in many of the residence halls as well.
    DO NOT to attempt to install wireless routers in any residence hall. Wireless routers are not supported on our Resnet network. The presence of a wireless router may mislead other students who are within range of its signal.

  • Trying to connect to your Eastern My Docs folder?

    You already know you can use your Z: drive from the Internet using the VPN, but are you also trying to get to your Eastern networked My Documents folder?
    Well you can through the VPN, but you must take additional steps.
    Instructions & video tutorial

  • Where’s the Shuttle Bus?

    Running Late? Don't want to walk in bad weather? Have you ever wondered... where's the shuttle? Well, it's time to get connected with Transloc and never guess again.

  • Important ePrint Information

    ITS is pleased to announce that ePrint for Mac is now compatible with Mac computers running both Mountain Lion and Mavericks. Click here to download the new installer.

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