Big questions inspire a broader vision.

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Founded in 1911, Connecticut College today is where liberal education is being redefined for the 21st century.

Our Connections approach encourages students to ask personal and meaningful questions and explore answers by integrating courses from multiple disciplines, engaging in off-campus learning and sharing what they have learned with the larger community.

Our graduates are prepared to be creative, adaptive thinkers ready to tackle the world’s most complex problems.

About our students

1,995 total undergraduate enrollment
24% domestic students of color
94% employed or in graduate school one year after graduation

Academics that defy narrow boundaries

At Conn, “academic rigor” isn’t just about the number of pages our students read: It’s about synthesizing multiple viewpoints into breakthrough ideas.

Students learn to look beyond typical narratives and assumptions and build strong connections among the many aspects of their college experience: the languages they are learning; the disciplines they are studying; the communities they are inhabiting; their work in class and in the world; and ultimately, their lives after college. They learn how to make an impact—and how to inspire others to do so, too.

9:1 student-faculty ratio
19 students on average per class
61 majors, minors and certificate programs
9 Pathways available in our Connections curriculum