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Apply Online!

  • Submit all official transcripts from colleges/universities, test scores, military, non-collegiate training.
  • Once You have applied, check your admissions status online.

Acceptance

  • It takes 10 -14 business days to review your documents and create your preliminary credit evaluation (Advising Worksheet)

Advising Worksheet Completed

  • Receive the Advising Worksheet e-mail from your Admissions Counselor
  • Contact your Admissions Counselor

Pay Your Deposit

  • Confirm your decision to enroll in the college by paying the non-refundable $150 deposit. The deposit will be applicable to tuition/fees.

Important Dates

Non-Permanent Residents may upload a scanned version of their Permanent Resident ID card via the application.   You may also choose to fax, email or mail.

Charter Oak welcomes students who are non-U.S. citizens or have international academic credentials. As a non-residential college, Charter Oak does not administer the I-20 form for purposes of issuing a student VISA.

Applicants residing outside of the United States are required to verify their identity by completing and having notarized the Identity Verification form. The original form must be sent to Admissions at Charter Oak State College.

Credentials from non-U.S. colleges must be evaluated by a recognized agency prior to review by Charter Oak. The College recommends a course by course evaluation be completed by either: Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) or World Education Services (WES)

A student presenting international credentials must earn a minimum of 30 credits from U.S. institutions for a bachelor's degree or 15 credits for an associate degree.

Current Military and Spouses

Active duty military and spouses benefit from in-state tuition and benefits. The Military Eligibility form is available for download on the application and will be required for any tuition/fees benefits. 

Connecticut Veterans

You may qualify for discounted tuition.  Connecticut veterans will be asked to  submit a DD214 (Member 4 Form) during the application process. You may upload this document when completing the application or submit via fax, email or mail.