Meet a Student
Blaustein Humanities Center, Hood Dining Room (F2)
Who better to tell you what life at Conn is really like than a current student? A diverse group of students at this session will answer your questions about academics, campus life, co-curricular and off-campus opportunities, and so much more. You'll find a page in your Camel Day registration packet that provides information about the students so you can find those who share your interests.
Open House: The Walter Commons for Global Study and Engagement
Blaustein Humanities Center, Walter Commons for Global Study and Engagement (F2)
Drop in to experience our brand new hub for global learning on campus. In this dynamic space, students collaborate with faculty and staff to enhance their global education, using technology and other innovative resources. They'll be on hand to tell you how they have successfully integrated their study away experiences with hands-on learning opportunities, while staff and faculty will be available to talk about our many programs for students with an interest in global issues.
Business and the Liberal Arts at Conn
Cummings Arts Center, Evans Hall (D3)
Find out how our unique approach to the liberal arts, exemplary career services, and team advising system serve as a springboard to your career in business or finance.
Science and Math Forum
New London Hall, Lobby (E3)
Join professors from our science and math departments for a tour of the College's science facilities. You will learn about our state-of-the-art building for life sciences and research opportunities available to students.
Studio Art Forum
Cummings Arts Center, Salon (D3)
Join a faculty member for a tour of the studios, darkroom and galleries, and hear more about the broad range of studio art programs available at Conn.
College Center at Crozier-Williams, Dance Department Lounge (Third Floor) (G2)
Participate in an introduction to dance with our faculty and students. Come as you are! No special dance clothing needed.