Asnuntuck Community College will hold its Licensure Careers Open House on Wednesday, January 18 from 5:30-7 p.m. at its 170 Elm Street location. 


The event will showcase in-demand careers, live demonstrations, SNAP scholarship information, and the college’s expert instructors.


No registration is required. Students who attend the open house and register for a qualifying program will be entered for a chance to win a $500 scholarship from the Asnuntuck Community College Foundation.


Asnuntuck’s health career certificate programs that can be completed in a year or less include certified nurse aide & patient care technician, dental assistant, electrocardiogram technician, emergency medical technician (Fall 2023), medical billing & coding, medical interpreter, ophthalmic assistant, personal trainer, pharmacy technician, central sterile processing technician, and veterinary assistant. Information technology certificates include IT support, web developer, information security, and network/cloud maintenance. The college also offers certificates in cosmetology, esthetician, and nail technician.  


Register and get program details by visiting For more information regarding programs, call (860) 253-3028 or email  


Located in Enfield, ACC offers associate degrees, certificates, and short-term workforce training to prepare students for careers, transfer opportunities, and lifelong learning.

Asnuntuck is among 12 community colleges in Connecticut merging in 2023 to become CT State Community College, one of the largest community colleges in the country and largest in New England, dedicated to quality, access, and affordability. CT State students will be able to apply once and take classes at any campus. In addition to Asnuntuck, other locations include Capital (Hartford), Gateway (New Haven & North Haven), Housatonic (Bridgeport), Manchester, Middlesex (Middletown & Meriden), Naugatuck Valley (Waterbury & Danbury), Northwestern Connecticut (Winsted), Norwalk, Quinebaug Valley (Danielson & Willimantic), Three Rivers (Norwich), and Tunxis (Farmington) Community Colleges.