Tunxis Community College is now CT State Community College Tunxis.
All continuing, degree-seeking students became CT State students as of July 1, 2023.


Find information here on requirements for first year, transfer, international students, and more.


Flexible learning formats to meet your needs.

How much will it cost?

Tunxis is one of the most cost-effective options available in higher education. You can save in a number of ways, through Connecticut’s program for free community college (PACT), financial aid and scholarships. Right off the top, you can save more than 60% on your first two years of a bachelor’s degree. Over half of Tunxis students receive financial aid, and the college distributes over $7 million in grants annually.

Visit and Tour

Spend some time looking at our online images, and plan to spend some time looking around our beautiful, modern campus. We are happy to schedule you or your group for a campus visit.

Admissions and Enrollment Center

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Location: 700 Building across the hall from the Library

Those interested in a in-person or virtual appointment can request one by emailing [email protected]

Summer and Winter Registration
Summer registrations will be processed beginning on April 1, winter registrations on November 1, however you are welcome to mail or email your registration prior to this date.
After you complete the course and final grades are entered, you can log into your Tunxis student portal to request to have your official transcript sent.  Tunxis now uses etranscripts.

We encourage you to work with your guidance counselor during the application process as they like to keep track of where their students intend to continue their education. Apply online (see above). Upon graduation, you are required to provide a copy of your diploma or a completed transcript that shows your graduation date before July 15.
High School students interested in applying to the High School Partnership Program or the CCP program, learn mote about application details specific to those programs

Students applying to Tunxis Community College after having attended another college or university should apply to Tunxis as outlined above, and complete the Transfer Credit Evaluation Request Process.

Not A High School Graduate? Home Schooled?

If you do not have a high school diploma, you may still attend Tunxis Community College, but only as a part-time, non-degree seeking student. Those who are not high school graduates should apply as outlined above and additionally, must complete placement testing as a part of the application process. Applicants who do not hold a high school diploma or GED are not eligible for federal or state-sponsored financial aid programs. Home-schooled students must schedule an appointment with a representative of the Admissions Office to discuss their intended plan of study. Please call 860.773.1490 to schedule an appointment.

Before applying, or if you are seeking a student visa (F-1), please review the International Students Admission Requirements.

Email:  [email protected]
Fax:  860.606.9501
*Do not fax or email any personally identifiable information like Social Security Number.

Mailing Address:
Tunxis Community College – Admissions
271 Scott Swamp Rd.
Farmington, CT  06032

For more information, contact the Admissions Office at 860.773.1490 or via email [email protected].

National Council fro State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements - Approved Institution
SARA ensures reciprocity between Tunxis and students who may be physically located outside of Connecticut.