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Charter Oak State College will hold an ECE/ARC Virtual Open House October 27, 2021 @ 6:00 p.m. for those interested in earning an associate or bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education. Session will also cover Connecticut’s only early childhood Alternate Route to Certification program. Register for this free event at

Learn more about our Early Childhood Education & Alternate Route to Certification programs and have your questions answered by our admissions counselors.

This virtual Open House is for those wishing to earn a degree in Early Childhood Education allowing qualified professionals to teach in a variety of settings. The session is also for Bachelor degree holders, in any field, wishing to explore completing a teaching Certification in early childhood education. This online program is one-of-a-kind in Connecticut offering busy, working adults the ability to earn the credential needed to teach in public school preschools, kindergartens, birth to three intervention programs and more!

Register for this free event at

Spring Semester online classes begin January 18, 2022, register by January 13, 2022.

Charter Oak State College is well known for online degree completion and honors existing college credits, prior learning, professional and military certifications. The online College allows working adults to earn career-focused degrees and certifications while pursuing their careers.

Students may search programs, apply, or register online 24 hours a day at or contact, 860-515-3701 for assistance.


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Founded in 1973, Charter Oak State College ( is Connecticut’s public online college, offering associate and bachelor’s degrees in high-demand fields including Health Information Management, Nursing, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education and Business Administration. The College offers master’s degrees in Health Care Administration, Health Informatics and Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership. Charter Oak is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education and governed by Connecticut’s Board of Regents for Higher Education