While any time of year is a great time to visit Connecticut College, the following events offer additional opportunities to get to know us:
Spring Visit Days for High School Students
Spring Visit Days are designed to introduce high school students and their parents to Connecticut College and the college admission process. In addition to scheduled campus tours and group information sessions, you will be able to attend a presentation on navigating financial aid and a special mock interview session given by our expert Admission Fellows, current seniors who conduct the majority of on campus interviews.
Camel Day, held in the spring, is designed to help admitted and wait-listed students get better acquainted with Connecticut College and all it has to offer. Throughout the day, you and your family have the opportunity to tour the campus and meet with members of the Connecticut College community in a variety of venues.
Fall Visit Day Fall Visit Day is an opportunity for prospective students to learn about Connecticut College, whether they are just starting the college search process or perhaps further along. In addition to tours and information sessions, we also will have panels covering topics like our challenging academics and robust co-curricular opportunities. We offer both a morning and afternoon session to allow flexibility in planning your trip to campus.
Fall Open House
This event is our premier fall admission event and is designed to help prospective students learn more about the intellectual climate and spirited community at Connecticut College. Throughout the day, students and their families attend classes and presentations highlighting distinctive areas of the College, tour the campus and meet with faculty and students.
Explore Weekend is a program for high school seniors from underrepresented groups and those committed to issues of diversity. Over two days, you’ll get a sneak peak at a challenging liberal arts environment and learn about campus resources for students of color.