Undergraduate International Student Admissions
Welcome to Eastern
- Founded in 1889, Eastern Connecticut State University is recognized as Connecticut’s residential public liberal arts university.
- The campus is located in the heart of eastern Connecticut, just 2 hours from New York City and 1.5 hours from Boston.
- Eastern is a selective university which offers outstanding undergraduate academic programs in the liberal arts tradition, along with distinctive professional and master’s degree programs.
- Eastern offers Merit Scholarships for outstanding international students and part-time on-campus jobs are available.
- Eastern enrolls 4,500 full-time undergraduate students, 5,200 students overall, and prides itself on small classes and a personalized atmosphere.
- The University strives to create a global community and is proud of its international reputation.
Students from 19 countries find Eastern to be a friendly, safe place to live and learn.
- The educational and social climate is well suited to assist in developing the skills needed to succeed in the global marketplace.
- Eastern takes pride in its century-long tradition of celebrating diversity and caring for its students as individuals. At Eastern, the faculty and staff are available to offer individualized attention to meet the special needs of international students.
What our International Alumni are saying
Eddie, Norway – Class of 2011, Major: Political Science
Eddie is currently enrolled in Graduate School, studying Political Science and Public Administration at Suffolk University (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.)
My experience at Eastern was a very positive one; I had good professors and I enjoyed the small atmosphere that opened for discussion in the class room.
Joanne, Norway – Class of 2011, Magna cum laude, Major: Biology
Joanne is currently enrolled in Graduate School, studying Biohazardous Threat Agents and Emerging Infectious Diseases at Georgetown University (Washington D.C., U.S.A.)
Eastern provided me with a solid foundation in the biological sciences which included both practical and theoretical experiences. It also gave me the opportunity to participate and become a part of a great social environment. I left Eastern knowing that I would succeed, as I now had acquired even more quintessential life skills that are key to the success in both the professional work – and academic worlds.