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Charter Oak celebrated Constitution Day 2015 with Online Lecture
History professor Dr. Richard Gerber presented "The 14th Amendment - Then & Now"

Evening Event: Hiring Trends & Hot Jobs
Feed your Career with Dinner & this Presentation: "Hiring Trends & Hot Jobs" by Patrick Flaherty (CTDOL) on 10/7

Learning Studio Nights @ Charter Oak: Work, Study, Engage
Need to study away from distractions? Come to our Learning Studio Nights! Study, work, & get academic coaching! Events on 10/14, 10/28 & more!

Charter Oak State College Enrollment Up 38%
The College's current enrollment is now at 2,836 students with over 2,000 of those students registered for online courses.

New CT Education Academy to Launch
Academy will provide training for CT state workforce

Charter Oak Ranked First for Affordability
College offers most affordable online degree program in state.

Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education

2013 Spring Fundraiser - The Power of Women

Charter Oak State College Foundation hosts spring fundraiser

The Charter Oak State College Foundation hosted a successful spring fundraiser at the Governor's Residence in Hartford on April 23, 2013.

The theme of the evening was "The Power of Women," and honored Dr. Merle Harris, President Emerita of Charter Oak and Founder of the College's Women in Transition (WIT) program. Keynote speaker was Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman. Governor Dan Malloy also addressed the attendees, along with Charter Oak President Ed Klonoski and Charter Oak State College Foundation President Rebeka Scalia.

The fundraiser was in support of the WIT program, which provides single mothers with opportunities to complete a college degree online. Charter Oak provides a computer, Internet access, financial aid to meet educational costs, as well as continuous advisement and online interaction with a peer network.

Dolores Bell, Dr. Merle Harris, Angela Chapman, Governor Dannel Malloy, President Ed Klonoski

Dr. Merle Harris with award winners

Fundraiser attendees

Charter Oak State College Foundation President Rebeka Scalia