HARTFORD, CT -- For more than 30 years, the Hartford Consortium for Higher Education’s Career Beginnings program has been connecting Hartford-area high schools, businesses, volunteers/mentors and parents in a coordinated effort to ensure that more teenagers pursue higher education and fulfill their career goals. Video Special Announcements Current News The Archbishop’s Monthly Column Read More > The Catholic Transcript Confirm that course will be accepted for credit at the Consortium home institution. Students must obtain advisor approval to take a course through the Hartford Consortium and will need to complete the Consortium Registration form in the Registrar’s Office. FUND CLAIM FORM (DEC 2018) – Word Doc Version There are certain eligibility requirements that students must meet to enroll in courses at other campuses. In consortium with the Hartford Seminary, Goodwin College, the University of St. Joseph, St. Thomas Seminary, and the University of Hartford, Trinity offers its students the opportunity to register at these nearby institutions for liberal arts courses not offered at Trinity. S.I.R. ESTIMATE APPROVAL By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Procedural Manual (DEC 2018) – PDF Version. Request an application:Online: Go to www.ctada.com to download an application or to access the online application form By Calling: (860) 247-5329 extension 3100 By E-mail: email@example.com By Mail: ADA Applications Greater Hartford Transit District One Union Place Hartford, Connecticut 06103 The Greater Hartford Transit District. Complete a cross-registration form. Greater Hartford Clinical Psychology Internship Consortium c/o Gary Bryson, PsyD (116B) VA Connecticut Healthcare System--Newington 555 Willard Avenue Newington, CT 06111 (860) 594-6348 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the Hartford Consortium for Higher Education website or the Registrar's Office in Willard-DiLoretto, room D202, to obtain the Hartford Consortium cross-registration form and necessary approval from the Associate Registrar. Hartford Seminary is a member of the Hartford Consortium for Higher Education (HCHE). Each Consortium member has special requirements and or restrictions that determine course eligibility. Other members include: Capital Community College, Central Connecticut State University, Goodwin College, Manchester Community College, St. Thomas Seminary, Trinity College, UCONN – Hartford, University of Hartford and University of Saint Joseph. CLAIMS REPORTING: PHYSICAL DAMAGE CLAIMS By Fax: 1-800-521-7704. The Hartford Consortium for Higher Education fosters collaborative endeavors among higher education institutions to: § EXPLORE new academic directions through optimal sharing of collegial resources, information, expertise and ideas; § SERVE as a catalyst for innovative educational initiatives that respond to a changing educational environment; There are currently sixteen member towns represented by appointees who collectively form the Board of … Obtain a cross-registration form on the Hartford Consortium for Higher Education's website. Print the Hartford Consortium Course Registration Form. The Greater Hartford Transit District (“the District”) is a quasi-municipal corporation operating under the authority of Chapter 103a of the Connecticut General Statutes.