First, enroll . . .

Complete your enrollment response through the applicant portal by the deadline given. Once you have responded, you'll receive your Camel user name and password to access CamelWeb, our internal campus web system. This is where you will find the Online Enrollment Guide, which includes all the forms you will need to complete before beginning joining us in the fall. Each form has its own start date and deadline. You'll want to pay close attention so you don't miss out on anything.

Arrival Day and Orientation 2015

Arrival Day is Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, when you'll move in and get settled. Orientation begins Friday evening. Your student adviser and other student leaders will help you get settled and acquainted with the organizations, traditions and activities of Connecticut College.

Students and families should arrive at their residence hall starting at 9 a.m. on Arrival Day. You'll be greeted, given your key and Camel Card, move in, meet your roommate(s) and get settled before the first event of the day. Parents will attend their own Arrival Day activities in the morning while students head off to start Orientation. At the end of the day, there will be a closing reception for parents and students, after which parents will say goodbye and depart, around 5 p.m.

More details about Orientation and the Program for Parents and Families is forthcoming.

Questions about credit transfer?

Find the answers to most of your questions about credit transfers and more in our Transfer Frequently Asked Questions section. 

When do classes begin? When do I register for classes? 

Classes begin Thurs., Sept. 3, 2015. Information about class registration for transfers is forthcoming. 

Questions about student health insurance?

The Student Health Services website has all the information you need about student health insurance, plus answers to the most frequently asked questions. You'll also find student health insurance and access to the portal in the Online Enrollment Guide.

Look out for "Over the Hump"

Midsummer, be on the lookout for your copy of "Over the Hump," a guide to all things Conn. It will arrive in the mail and will also be live on this website.