Our beautiful 750-acre arboretum campus is located in the historic New England seaport community of New London.Watch the Video
Our comprehensize fee for 2016-17 is $65,000. We meet 100 percent of a student’s financial aid eligibility.Use Net Price Calculator
We offer 56 majors, minors and interdisciplinary centers, including a self-designed major.Explore Majors and Minors
It's hard to not get involved on campus! The Student Activities Fair is held at the beginning of each academic year where students can sign up to join everything from Habitat for Humanity and Wig and Candle to tour guiding and the Ultimate team.
To give you a sense of variety, we have everything from the a cappella singing groups to Sprout!, the organic garden group. Student government, the office of Community Partnerships (which serves the greater New London area) and the other 100+ groups are always looking for people to get involved. Have a look at the Student Clubs and Organizations section to get an idea.
About 75 percent of our students are involved in competitive sports, taking part in either intramural, club or varsity athletics.
Favorite campus location: The arboretum. It's great to explore and walk around. Our students are: Involved, passionate, and curious. Outside of the classroom we offer students: Infinite opportunities to not only dive into their passions, but to explore and develop new areas of interests. Favorite activity or place in Southeastern Connecticut: Bluff Point State Park in Groton, Conn. I enjoy hiking there.
Favorite activity or place in Southeastern Connecticut: As a history enthusiast, I recommend checking out some of the historical spots in greater New London. The school house of Connecticut’s state hero, Nathan Hale, is in downtown New London. Fort Griswold, just across the Thames River from campus, was used by the patriots during the American Revolution.
Our students are: Engaged. One of the things I like most about the community is that students are involved in every aspect of Conn. You will have the opportunity to shape your community in unique and interesting ways. A Conn education prepares students for their futures by: Integrating academics with career and professional development. Research, internships, and your academic experience will come together to help you formulate a plan for your future, along with excellent advising, of course.