Central Connecticut State University (CCSU)
|Living cost||USD 1,500 per month|
|Student population||Medium (1,001 to 10,000)|
|International students||Contact the university / college|
400-acre campus is built on a scale that supports an outstanding educational, residential and recreational experience. At St. Mike's, a professor, a classroom, a lab, your residence hall, and an outdoor adventure are never far away
Art & Performance Venues
Continue on College Parkway and look for the Jug Handle turn on your right to get to the Hoehl Welcome Center.
Saint Michael's campus is in northwestern Vermont, just a minute or two off of Exit 15 on Interstate 89 North and five minutes off of Exit 16 on Interstate 89 South.
FROM EXIT 15, INTERSTATE 89 North, use one of our two main campus entrances:
Please note, there is no exit 15 for those traveling south on Interstate 89. Instead take Exit 16, turning right onto US 7 South toward the Winooski roundabout and follow signs for Route 15 (4th exit off of roundabout). Follow Route 15 for approximately 1.5 miles to Saint Michael's College
Hoehl Welcome Center & Saint Michael the Archangel Chapel
McCarthy Arts Center, Durick Library & Ross Sports & Tarrant Recreation Centers
Single Room: All single rooms have a bed, desk, desk chair, dresser and closet. There are a limited number of single rooms available for students. Students are placed into single rooms based on a first-come, first-served basis.
Double Room: All double rooms have two beds, two desks, two desk chairs, two dressers and two closets. During the summer session, international students reside in a double room with a U.S. or international roommate.
Suite: Students sleep in a single room but share a common area and bathroom with other students in the suite. A suite is the most common living experience for international students.
Apartment: Students live in a single or double bedroom and share a living room, kitchen and bathrooms with other students in the apartment.