Student Success Center (SSC)

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To schedule an appointment with an advisor, please call or visit your myPATH portal on myCommNet.

Your appointment will be held using Microsoft Teams, available as part of your Office365 subscription. (Requires your NetID).  Please download Teams app to you laptop and/or phone now.

Full details about the format of your appointment will follow in a confirmation email.

East Campus
Room 107

 appointments only

Monday – Thursday


About Us

The Student Success Center (SSC) is committed to promoting opportunities for student success and development through holistic ​ advising and retention programming. First-Year Advising, as well as advising for the General Studies and Liberal Arts and Sciences​-Transfer programs, are all housed in the SSC.  ​Staff and faculty advisors provide students with an array of services including, but not limited to, academic ​advising, exploration, and planning; course registration; information about resources and services on and off campus; and transfer planning, including the Guaranteed Admissions Program (GAP) with UConn.

First-Year students and students seeking advisement in General Studies or Liberal Arts & Sciences​-Transfer are encouraged to stop by the Student Success Center in E-107, call 203.857.7255 , or go their myPATH portal on myCommnet to schedule an appointment. Bilingual staff are available.


First Year Advisors

Karla Smith
Guided Pathways Advisor II
Advises students with last names beginning with A-L
Pracilya Titus
Guided Pathways Advisor II
Advises students with last names beginning with M-Z

General Studies/ Liberal Arts & Sciences (LAS) Transfer Program Advisors

Name Position Advising Specialty
Renae Edge Program Coordinator, Liberal Arts & Sciences, General Studies GAP/LAS Transfer
John Shields Faculty General Studies/LAS Transfer
Jeff Trombetta Faculty General Studies/LAS Transfer
Gary Capobianco Faculty Psychology
Andres Aluma-Cazorla Faculty Credit by Exam-Spanish

Office Support

Christa Coppola SSC Project Assistant
Matthew Joseph Student Worker