Thomas Barron, Jr. Named Director of Master of Science in Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership
College Factual ranking reported by Forbes.com
Dr. Regina "Gina" Barreca commencement speaker.
Information and application for new online grad program now available
Online Masters Degree Begins this Fall
Upgraded webmail and access to Microsoft Office software, both online and offline.
Connecticut's public online college to award college credit for MOOCs
Allows HIM grads to sit for RHIA exam
ACE evaluated courses provide credit for degree seekers
History professor Dr. Richard Gerber presented "The 14th Amendment - Then & Now"
The College's current enrollment is now at 2,836 students with over 2,000 of those students registered for online courses.
Academy will provide training for CT state workforce
College offers most affordable online degree program in state.
New major focuses on health care workforce
State's Online College Recognized
New agreement with Excelsior College announced.
The College now offers first public HIM online degree program in Connecticut
Inclusion on the 2013 list of Military Friendly Schools shows Charter Oak's commitment to providing a supportive environment for military students
President Ed Klonoski Discusses "Beyond Seat Time - New Learning Models"
Charter Oak State College Receives Board of Regents Approval for Online Health Information Management Major
CT Board of Regents approves Charter Oak State College's first major - an online bachelor's degree in Health Information Management
Love Charter Oak! I couldn't have done it without them, and my great Advisor! They accepted my credits, helped me to apply credits for previous learning and I incorporated CLEP and Dantes testing. Low costs, high value!
April C., Alumna
One of the BEST colleges in Connecticut! Thank you for helping me to achieve my dreams. I will recommend Charter Oak State College to other students. The online system is very convenient. Charter Oak State College is affordable and offers scholarships to students.
Danny S., Alumnus
Best option to incorporate credits from another school and avoid redundant classes and additional expense. Best of both worlds!
Frances G., Alumna
Teachers all work in the area they are teaching and understand the stressors of work life and school.
Susan F., Alumna
I took 8 week classes and could do class work anytime of day or night. All the students were mature adults.
Susan F., Alumna
I just finished a BS in Healthcare Administration. I loved the program. Worked full time through it.
Susan F., Alumna
Excellent school for adults considering a degree program. I completed my undergraduate degree at COSC and was admitted into several graduate programs at flagship universities. I am currently completing my doctoral program and using COSC's excellent model in my dissertation.
Marcia H., Alumna
COSC is a great institution. The courses are challenging and taught by excellent faculty which will bring out the best in you. For those who has family obligations and working full time, this is a great institution for you because you have access to your online courses 24/7.
This is the perfect degree program for older, professional adults, or adults with family responsibilities.
I work full-time (and then some), have an unusual work schedule, and have a child. There is no way I could possibly finish my degree in a traditional classroom setting. With Charter Oak's online classes, testing options, and portfolio review for credit, you can complete most Charter Oak degree programs entirely from your own home.
Charter Oak offers excellent programs with fantastic academic advisors, good professors, and helpful administrative staff. They ALL want you to succeed. If you're a non-traditional student (older, family obligations, etc.) take a serious look at Charter Oak.