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2024 Best Colleges for Low-Income Students in Connecticut

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  2. #9 Best Colleges in Connecticut.

    University of Connecticut - Stamford

    4 Year,

    STAMFORD, CT,

    237 Niche users give it an average review of 3.6 stars.

    Featured Review: Freshman says Commuting to UConn Stamford presents unique challenges and rewards. The most significant challenge is managing the travel time and logistics, which requires waking up early and often returning home...Despite these challenges, commuting has greatly honed my time management and independence. Navigating travel, scheduling, and unexpected issues boosts confidence and problem-solving skills. Also, the...In summary, while commuting to UConn Stamford has its difficulties, it also offers significant personal growth..

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    Overall Niche Grade: B,

    Acceptance Rate: 76%,

    Net Price: $9,678,

    SAT Range: 1040-1260,

  3. Connecticut State Community College - Capital Campus

    Blue checkmark.

    2 Year,

    HARTFORD, CT,

    218 Niche users give it an average review of 3.8 stars.

    Featured Review: Sophomore says As my first college/ university, I love it. I’m a low income student doing it on my own, yet I feel very supported. The staff at the college are kind and helpful. They’re very understanding as well.....

    Read 218 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: B minus,

    Acceptance Rate: 100%,

    Net Price: $8,414,

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