Asnuntuck Community College is becoming CT State Asnuntuck on July 1, 2023.
The CT State admissions application is now open for Fall 2023 Enrollment.

Select an application below based on when you’d like to enroll.
Fall 2023 Application
Summer 2023 Application
Spring 2023 Application
Winter 2022 Application

All continuing, degree-seeking students will become CT State students as of July 1, 2023.

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Welcome New Students!

Below is a step-by-step guide to help you through the application, enrollment, advising, and financial process of becoming a student in the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center programs.

How to Enroll

Three Ways to Apply 1.2.3.

Please note that you must complete the “Intended Program of Study” portion of the enrollment application to be eligible for certain forms of financial aid. After you submit an enrollment application, please submit any additional admission documents to the Admissions Office.

1.  Apply Online

First-time students, re-admit students, or new transfer students can use the online application. Additionally, you will need a valid social security number and a working email address.

The online admission/enrollment application is currently available for the winter 2020, spring 2021 and fall 2021 semesters.
Ready to apply online? Complete the enrollment application now!

2. Mail

Download an Enrollment Application if you don’t already have a copy. Mail to: Asnuntuck Community College Admissions Office 170 Elm Street Enfield, CT 06082.

Please note: College staff are currently working remotely to help counter COVID-19 and have limited access to retrieving mail on campus. Mailed applications will take approximately 3 to 5 business days to process. Applications submitted online will take significantly less time to process. We encourage prospective students to complete an online application if you have the access and ability to do so. The College is currently accepting admission/enrollment applications for the winter 2020, spring 2021 and fall 2021 semesters.

3. Apply in Person

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the College campus is currently closed to walk-in visitors and prospective students. If you wish to make an appointment with the Admissions Office staff to complete the admissions process, please e-mail:

While admissions documents, including admission applications, cannot readily be provided in person on campus without an appointment, you may submit documents electronically by e-mailing:

The College is currently accepting admission/enrollment applications for the winter 2020, spring 2021 and fall 2021 semesters.

Come to Asnuntuck’s Admissions Office, in Room 104. It helps if you have filled out the enrollment application in advance, but we can also help you do that while you are here.

Immunization Requirements

Connecticut State Law requires any full-time (degree-seeking and non-degree/non-matriculating) and part-time matriculating student born after December 31, 1956 to have had vaccinations against measles, mumps and rubella. Additionally, all full-time and matriculating students born outside the U.S. or born anywhere after January 1, 1980, must provide proof of immunization against varicella (chicken pox). Two (2) doses of each vaccine must be administered at least one (1) month apart to insure adequate immunization. Download the Immunization Form.

Proceed To Step 2 – Placement


Placement Scores & Transcripts

Have I submitted PLACEMENT scores (SAT/ACT/Accuplacer/G.P.A.) to Admissions?

If you have NOT submitted placement scores to Admissions, please visit or contact the Admissions Office at

    • Are you transferring in credit? English and Math courses from an accredited institution should be evaluated to see if they will count as prerequisites for college-level English and Math or transfer in as the English and Math requirements in your program. To transfer in credit from another accredited college/university, you must submit OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS to the Admissions Office along with an Application for Transfer Credit.
    • If transferring in Advanced Placement (AP) or Credit for Prior Learning (CLEP), you must submit official scores to the Admissions Office along with an Application for Transfer Credit.
  • Proof of Graduation – Submit proof of graduation to Admissions.  Final high school transcript of GED certificate indicating date of graduation.

Proceed To Step 3 – myCommNet

While proceeding to Step 3, you may also proceed to Step 4.

Proceed To Step 4 – Contacting Your Advisor

Contacting your advisor Paul Felici.


Logging In To MyCommNet

Can I log into myCommNet?

If you have not yet logged in to myCommNet and/or need assistance, please click on the following links for assistance.

  • myCommNet Guide  – step by step instructions on how to log in, find classes, register, and mor
    Go to  Log in with your NetID (ex:
    Your initial password (example: Jan&6789) is made up of the following:

    • The 1st 3 letters of your birth month (1st letter is capitalized)
    • The “&” symbol
    • The last 4 digits of your Social Security Number
  •  CSCU IT Support Center – instructions and online help desk
  • ****If you cannot reset your password or need further assistance, please call the I.T. Help Desk: (860) 723-0221

Proceed To Step 4 – Contacting Your Advisor

Meet Your Advisor

Welcome to the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center!

We are happy that you have elected to take classes in manufacturing at Asnuntuck!  Thank you for taking the time to complete steps 1-3.  In this part of the process you will need to meet with your advisor to chat about the classes that best fit your needs.  Paul Felici, Academic Associate, is the first year manufacturing student advisor and he will guide you through the process of selecting your classes for the semester.  

The link provided below will bring you to the Starfish Calendar to schedule your advising appointment.   You will be provided an email with your scheduled appointment with Paul.

Steps for advising should include:

Options for advising appointment:

  •      Microsoft Teams* 
  •              OR
  •      WebEX*
  •      Phone 

*MS Teams Meetings: If you are using a computer or laptop, you will need to download the Office 365 apps, which will include Teams. The Office 365 apps are available to you for free. For more information, please see the CSCU IT Office 365 User Guide.  If you are using a cell phone or tablet, you can download the Microsoft Teams App. The Microsoft Office website can provide you with more information and send you a download link directly to your device. If you do not want to download Microsoft Teams, an advisor can schedule you an appointment for WebEx that will include a phone number and conference ID.  You can also request a phone call meeting  to speak with Paul Felici, Academic Associate over the phone without the Teams or WebEx apps.  Please schedule your meeting with your advisor using the above instructions for Starfish.  Please ensure that you have followed step 3 in order to get into the Starfish Advisor Calendar to schedule your appointment.

Your Advisor will cover the following in your appointment:

–  Program of interest
–  Registration
–  Schedule of classes
–  Guidance to Financial Aid Office (if applicable – STEP 5)
–  Arranging payment at the Cashier’s Office
–  Orientation (link or invitation will be sent to you)
–  Student Handbook

Proceed to STEP 5 – Financial Aid   AND/OR

Proceed to STEP 6 – Financial Responsibility

Financial Aid

Still have questions?
The Financial Aid webpage can be found in
More in-depth details can be found in Financial Aid: More Info.

Completing your 2020-2021 FAFSA is now easier than ever with the myStudentAid mobile app available now at Google Play Store or  Apple App Store. Complete your 2020-2021 FAFSA today.

Can I Afford College?

That question can be a difficult one for many families. Our Office of Financial Aid will do our very best to let you know about all available options, which are outlined briefly here. (More in-depth details can be found in Financial Aid: More Info.)

The state of Connecticut provides a helpful Net Cost Calculator that can help you more clearly understand all the factors that affect the costs of getting a degree.

Students pursuing four-year degrees achieve significant tuition savings by completing their first two years of study at Asnuntuck!

Apply For Financial Aid

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available by clicking this link FAFSA application.

Special Circumstances

Did you, your spouse, or your parents (if using parental information on the fafsa) have a change in finances or circumstances that isn’t reflected on your FAFSA?  We can help!

Please complete the Special Circumstances Form, attach supporting documentation, and return to the Financial Aid Office.

Work-Study Programs

Asnuntuck offers opportunities for employment on campus in various departments to eligible financial aid recipients. Jobs include custodians, office assistants, library assistants, and peer tutors, all at competitive pay rates.


Grants are gifts of aid to students that do not need to be repaid. Asnuntuck students may be eligible for grants from federal or state sources, and even from the college.


Asnuntuck participates in the Federal Direct Student Loan Program (subsidized and unsubsidized) and PLUS loans (for parents). The US Department of Education provides information about different types of student loans.   Remember: all loans need to be repaid with interest.

Undocumented Students

2020-2021 Aid Application for CT Undocumented Students

On April 27, 2018, the Connecticut General Assembly, with the support of Governor Malloy, enacted a new state law that allows undocumented students to apply for institutional financial aid.  These students must meet certain age, residency, and criminal history requirements along with an affidavit with the institution they are attending about their intent to legalize their immigration status when they are eligible to do so.  This does not apply to non-immigrant visa holders.

Undocumented veterans may be eligible for institutional financial aid beginning with the Fall 2018 semester.  To be eligible, veteran students must meet the following criteria:

  • Honorably discharged veteran of the US Armed Forces;
  • Thirty years of age or younger on June 15, 2012;
  • Fifteen years of age or younger when they arrived in the United States and have continuously resided in the United States since such arrival; and
  • Have not been convicted of a felony in this state or another state.

Starting in the 2019-2020 academic year, undocumented students may apply for institutional aid consideration toward the Spring 2020 semester.  To be eligible, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Classified as an in-state student for tuition purposes;
  • Thirty years of age or younger on June 15, 2012;
  • Sixteen years of age or younger when they arrived in the United States and have continuously resided in the United States since such arrival; and
  • Have not been convicted of a felony in this state or another state.

Institutional financial aid is awarded on the basis of financial need and fund availability.  In order to be considered for institutional financial aid, undocumented students must meet these additional eligibility requirements:

  • Must be classified as an in-state student for tuition purposes;
  • Must be accepted into a degree or eligible certificate program;
  • Must be meeting the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy at the attending institution;
  • Must meet any priority deadlines or requirements published by the attending institution related to the receipt of institutional financial aid.

We encourage you to search for scholarship opportunities from additional resources.  Many organizations do not have restrictions based on citizenship or legal status.

Still have questions?

The Financial Aid webpage can be found in

More in-depth details can be found in Financial Aid: More Info.

Proceed to STEP 5 –  Contact the Financial Aid Office AND/OR

Proceed to STEP 6 – Financial Responsibility

The referenced payment information below is directly from and can be found at:  CSCU myCommNet Payment Instructions:

In addition to the CSCU myCommNet Payment Instructions and links, further assistance for payments or discussion on your account, please refer to:    contact the Business Office at Asnuntuck Community College for assistance at


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After registering for courses, payment can be made right from the Course Registration (Add/Drop Classes) page. There are links on this page to:

  • Pay Online (Credit or Debit Card)
  • Sign up for an Installment Plan
  • Apply for Financial Aid – If you have not yet applied for financial aid, there is a link to the application process on this page.

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Note: Each college has different due dates for tuition and fees (i.e. at some colleges fees must be paid at time of registration). Failure to adhere to the college due dates may result in being dropped from a course for non-payment. To check with the college Business Office click here to go to the Contacts page and drill down to your college and office in question.

If you are going in to pay fees or tuition after you have left the registration page, proceed as follows:

  1. Log intomyCommNet:
  2. Select the Banner Self-Service link or icon on the Home page.
  3. If you are attending or have attended multiple colleges, select the appropriate college.
  4. The Main Menu will display.
  5. Select the BILLING/PAYMENT menu button.
  6. Click on the My Account/Payment Information menu box.
  7. A submenu will open with several payment options.(Image of Banner Self-Service Billing/Payment menu with My Account/Payment menu)

(Image of My Account/Payment Information sub-menu)

Pay Online (using Credit or Debit Card)

  • Payments made on your credit or debit card will show immediately on your credit card statement online.
  • If you are receiving Financial Aid, it will be reflected in what you owe.(Image of Account Balance page)

Sign up for Installment Plan

  • Each college will post the date that installment plans will be available.
  • To contact your college for more information, visit the Contact page and then select the link for your school.(Image of Installment Plan Management page)

Apply for Financial Aid

  • If you have not applied yet for financial aid, link to important information.

Pay by Check or Cash (NOT one of the options in Banner Self-Service)

  • With the new eBill Statement you can pay by Electronic Check.
  • To pay by cash you need to visit the Business Office at your college.


Last updated: 2020-08-27 02:31 PM 1912-1468978
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