Tunxis Community-Technical College

Local Community Colleges in Connecticut

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Offers a list of all two-year community colleges and technical schools within Connecticut, including brief introduction and official website address.

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Greenwich City, Connecticut

Greenwich is a city in the United States, in Fairfield County, Connecticut, at Long Island Sound. It is located 48 km northeast of New York, part of the New York region. In 2017, the city had just over 60,000 residents.

Greenwich is a prosperous residential suburb that has historically had some printing, publishing and mechanical industries, but has emerged in recent decades as an attractive home for wealthy people due to its proximity to New York and a lower tax rate than the metropolis. For the same reason, several financial companies, including hedge funds, have established themselves in the city.

Greenwich was founded in 1640 by Daniel Patrick, who bought the site from the indigenous people for 25 English coats, and it gained city status as early as 1665.

Bridgeport, Connecticut

According to Countryaah.com, Bridgeport is the largest city in the state of Connecticut in the United States with 146,579 residents (2017). It is a port city at the mouth of the Pequennock River in the Long Island Strait, about 80 miles northwest of New York City. Bridgeport is located in southwestern Connecticut and is known for its many public parks. The town is named after a wind bridge over the Pequennock River.


Together with Stamford and Norwalk, Bridgeport forms a larger metropolitan area with approximately 950,000 residents. The population was in a slight decline until 2000, but has since increased until it was approximately the same in 2017 as in 1930.

Economics and culture

Previously, electrical equipment, transport equipment, machine tools, weapons, typewriters, auto parts and food products were manufactured, but the industrial sector has been significantly reduced. Today, service delivery, with an emphasis on financial services, healthcare and education, is most important.

In and at Bridgeport there are two universities and several colleges. There are two major hospitals.

The Barnum Museum, in memory of the circus owner and impresario Phineas T. Barnum, is a major attraction. The Greater Bridgeport Symphony is an orchestra with a rich history. The city has several theaters.


The first documented settlement was in 1644 and was named Pequennock by the indigenous people of the area. Agriculture and fishing were the main business routes. The village of Newfield grew in the 1760s. In 1695 or 1701 the area was called Stratfield because it was located between the towns of Stratfield and Fairfield.

Newfield expanded through coastal trade with Boston, New York, Baltimore and the West Indies. In 1800 the town was named Bridgeport. It became a center for trade, shipbuilding and whaling. Following the establishment of the New York- New Haven rail link in 1849, Bridgeport quickly became industrialized. From 1870 to 1910 Bridgeport was the most important industrial center in Connecticut and received a significant increase in population.

The industry was greatly reduced in the 1970s and 1980s and the proportion of poor people increased. After 2000, the city center and other urban areas have been rehabilitated.

Asnuntuck Community College

Check out options for associate degrees and certificate and continuing-education programs at this Enfield school.


Capital Community College

Located in Hartford, Connecticut, this college presents course lists and a downloadable catalog, and invites visitors to its library. Check the calendar, too.


Capital Community College Library

Capital Community-Technical College, Hartford, Connecticut


Capital Community Technical College

Includes a slide show, class schedules and a calendar for this college in Hartford. Access news and weather, and get tuition information.


Connecticut Community Colleges

Learn about the two-year community and technical college system of this state, including its locations and programs.


Gateway Community College

Technical school in New Haven presents its college life, community and schedule information.



Housatonic Community-Technical College features a registration form, and a list of degree, certificate and educational programs available.


Manchester Community-Technical College

Fact sheet for this campus in Manchester covers degrees and programs. Also describes its departments.


Middlesex Community Technical College

Middletown community college presents programs, student records, financial aid and a calendar of events.


Naugatuck Valley Community-Technical College

NVCTC offers its catalog as well as reasons for choosing this school in Waterbury.


Northwestern Connecticut Community College

NCCC explains its academic and continuing-education programs. Located in Winsted.


Norwalk Community-Technical College

College presents course listings, an overview of degree programs, continuing-education information, school news and a phone directory.



Naugatuck Valley Community-Technical College offers an academic calendar, a map, course outlines and financial aid information.


Quinebaug Valley Community College

Main campus is found in Danielson, with the Willimantic Center in Willimantic. Details its programs.


Three Rivers Community-Technical College

Has Mohegan and Thames Valley campuses, both located in Norwich. Find out about costs and departments.


Tunxis Community-Technical College

School located in Farmington includes a map and directions, a course catalog, faculty and staff directories, and news and events.


Tunxis Community-Technical College