Below you’ll find a series of short videos from our admission counselors on all the topics we cover in our on-campus information sessions (when we can have them). Watch them all or pick the ones you’re most interested in. If you have a question, the counselor’s name and email appear at the end of the video so you can reach out for an answer.
The Admission Process at Conn
What we require in your application and the holistic process by which we review it.
Write Your Best Essay
How the Office of Admission assesses your Common Application essay, plus tips for writing a compelling story.
Conn is Test-Optional
To submit or not to submit standardized test scores? We offer some insight.
Demonstrating Your Interest
How you can (and why you should) show us you’re interested in Conn.
Financial Aid and Merit Scholarships
A look at our need-based financial aid packages and how we award merit scholarships.
Our Connections Curriculum and Integrative Education
Conn’s unique approach to the liberal arts weaves together all aspects of college life.
The First-Year Experience
Conn students are academically challenged and fully supported beginning in their first year, and that includes working with their own team of advisers.
Pathways and Centers
Students can enhance their academic experience through an Integrative Pathway or a center for interdisciplinary scholarship.
Conn approaches learning through a global lens: abroad, in the classroom and in our local communities.
The Honor Code and Shared Governance
Our Honor Code defines our community and leads to shared governance on campus.
The Hale Center for Career Development provides personalized career preparation throughout all four years of a Conn education.
Alumni Highlights and Student Outcomes
Our alumni do a variety of amazing things with their Conn degrees and most kick off their careers right after graduating.
Looking to switch schools? Here’s what you need to know about the transfer admission process.
An overview of the admission process for international students.
The City of New London
Our students find a lot to do—and a sense of place—in our hometown of New London.