International Student Application Requirements and Deadlines
Admission to Connecticut College is competitive and highly selective. Connecticut College seeks students from a variety of backgrounds - cultural, spiritual, sexual orientation, economic, racial, ethnic and geographical - who demonstrate academic and personal excellence. The secondary school record is most important. Also, qualities such as leadership, intellectual curiosity and accomplishment in non-academic areas are highly valued.
First-Year Application Checklist
- Common Application — There is no fee to apply for admission to Connecticut College.
- An official record of secondary (or higher secondary) school work with all courses and grades, including results (or probable results) of final examinations.
- An explanation of the grading system used by your school provided on the International Supplement to the School Report and translated into English.
- Two academic teacher recommendations and one counselor commendation.
- *Optional* Results of the SAT Reasoning Test or ACT (Learn more about our standardized test policy).
- If English is not your native language: the TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo or PTE is required.
- Non-US citizens must submit a Verification of Financial Support (VFS.pdf).
International students are welcome to apply under either Early Decision option.
|First-Year Admission||Common App Deadline||Financial Aid
|Early Decision I
|November 15||November 15||mid-December|
|Early Decision II (ED II)||January 15||January 15||mid-February|
|Regular Decision Spring Entry||November 1||November 1*||late November|
|Regular Decision Fall Entry||January 15||January 15||late March|
* Connecticut College cares deeply about the successful transition of each and every student to our residential community. As a result, non-U.S. citizens are generally not admitted for the spring semester, unless they have graduated from a high school in the U.S.