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Office of Admissions

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We welcome your interest in Eastern Connecticut State University! As Connecticut’s public liberal arts college, Eastern’s campus has much to offer. The Office of Admissions can help you:

  • Learn more about Eastern
  • Determine if we are the right fit for you
  • Help you navigate the application process
  • Provide information on costs and financial aid
  • Schedule a campus tour
Get a good look at how Eastern offers "Degrees of Difference" by visiting our viewbook and exploring our Student Learning Outcomes.

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Thank you for considering Eastern as your college of choice. Let us help you manage the admissions process to select the right university for you. Learn More

Transfer Students

Transfer students have clear goals and a commitment to succeed; they do well at Eastern. If you are considering transferring, we can help you. Learn More

International Students

Eastern is a premier public liberal arts university with a beautiful campus, outstanding faculty, and a strong academic reputation. We welcome you to the United States! Learn More

Admitted Students

Congratulations on being admitted! We look forward to seeing you—check out the steps you need to take to enroll at Eastern. Learn More


Choosing a college is an important life choice. Your guidance is critical to students’ success. Learn more as you help students make an informed decision. Learn More


Your student is embarking on a new chapter. Check out Eastern’s beautiful campus and academic programs as you help them make this important life choice. Learn More

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Campus Map

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Find Your Major

Eastern has 41 majors, 65 minors, and upwards of 60 concentrations for you to choose from. You can major in one field and take a minor in another. Some majors offer concentrations — groups of courses that provide specialized instruction in a focused career area or academic subject.


Living on Campus Spot


Virtual Tour

Meet Eastern Students

Gaia Mistriel ’22
Hometown: Danbury, CT

Gaia Mistriel ’22

Favorite Place Off-Campus? Only a 10 minute walk off campus is “Grounded,” a sweet place I like to go to drink tea and do homework. It is really nice to be able to study downtown in a cafe and feel like any other Willimantic resident.

Lauryn Menzie ’22
Hometown: Danbury, CT

Lauryn Menzie ’22

What do you enjoy about living on-campus? I enjoy the challenge of being on my own. Living on campus is a great way to become more independent without fully living alone. This experience allows the student recognize their strengths and weaknesses and work on becoming the best version of themselves.

Maryam Crawford ’22
Hometown: East Brunswick, NY

Maryam Crawford ’22

Something I wish more people knew about Eastern: Meeting friends is easy and everyone is super nice and welcoming.