Admitted to the Class of 2025?

You're invited to Camel Days!
April 12-16 and April 26-30

Camel Days are a great way to get better acquainted with the College and with your fellow Camels.

In a typical year, Camel Days gives you and your family the opportunity to tour the campus; meet with students, faculty and staff who will offer an insider’s perspective into what makes Connecticut College special; attend classes; enjoy lunch with other admitted students; browse our academic fair; and learn more about the arts, athletics, honors studies and sustainability on campus.

As you know, this is far from a typical year! Camel Days will be virtual in 2021, and they'll comprise two identical weeks of programming so you can attend your choice of sessions on the days that are more convenient for you. The schedule is below so you can begin to plan your participation. You received an email on Sunday, March 21, that included a link to register for Camel Days. If you no longer have the link, email us at

If you can't attend any sessions, you can view the recorded sessions by clicking the button below:


Camel Days Schedule of Events

All sessions will be conducted via Zoom, and all event times listed above are U.S. Eastern. The schedule is subject to change. 

Monday, April 12 and Monday, April 26

5:30-6 p.m. Welcome
Conn President Katherine Bergeron welcomes the incoming Class of 2025! Plus, staff from the Office of Admission kick off the week’s events.

6:15-7:15 p.m. The First-Year Experience
Emily Morash, dean of first-year students, and Geoff Norbert, assistant dean of student engagement and new programs, will discuss how Conn welcomes new students and provides various forms of support during their first year. Current students will also speak about their experiences and ways to get involved on campus.

Tuesday, April 13 and Tuesday, April 27 

5-6 p.m. Commitment to Sustainability
Conn has a long history of environmentalism and social justice on which we’ve built extensive sustainability initiatives. Join Assistant Director of Sustainability Margaret Bounds, Geoscience/Environmental Studies Professor Doug Thompson and current students to learn more about them and ask how you can participate in and outside the classroom.

5-6 p.m. Pre-Business and the Liberal Arts
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. Our pre-business advisers—Dean of Academic Support Noel Garret and Senior Associate Director of the Hale Center For Career Development Cheryl Banker—will have answers to all your questions.

6:15-7:15 p.m. Career Preparation and Professional Development
Persephone Hall, director of the Hale Center for Career Development, will give an overview of our career preparation program and lead a discussion with current students about the ways Conn prepares students for a fulfilling life after graduation.

Wednesday, April 14 and Wednesday, April 28

9-10 a.m. The International Student Experience
Assistant Dean of the College and International Student Adviser Carmela Patton and current students will provide a glimpse into what it’s like to be an international student at Conn.

5-6 p.m. Global Study and Engagement
Did you know we have a bustling hub for global learning on campus, where students enhance their global education using technology and other innovative resources? It’s called the Walter Commons, and the staff will be on hand to answer your questions about study-away experiences, hands-on learning opportunities, and our many programs for students with an interest in global issues.

6:15-7:15 p.m. Connections Curriculum: Putting the Liberal Arts into Action
Dean of the College Jefferson Singer explains how Connections, our unique approach to the liberal arts, personalizes your education to make it more meaningful to you.

7:30-8:30 p.m. Pre-Health and the Liberal Arts
You can pursue a liberal arts education and enter the medical profession! In fact, you’ll be even more successful because of your liberal arts background. Our pre-health advisers Page Owen, associate professor of botany, Lori Balantic, senior associate director of our career program, and current students will tell you why you’ll be uniquely prepared for a health-related career.

Thursday, April 15 and Thursday, April 29

2-5 p.m. Chats with Professors
Meet faculty members and ask them about their teaching styles, their departments, their research with students and more. These are hour-long chats and they're for students only.

5-6 p.m. The Gund Dialogue Project
Conn’s Division of Institutional Equity and Inclusion will share how the College works to produce leaders who respect and express a broad range of divergent ideas and opinions through our own Gund Dialogue Project, funded by Conn alumna Agnes Gund ’60, a philanthropist, arts leader and social justice advocate.

6:15-7:15 p.m. Life at Conn (admitted students only)
This is your chance to get insider info from a group of current Connecticut College students. For this Q&A-style panel, bring questions about academics, athletics, social life and anything else on your mind. We will supply the answers! This session is for students only.

7:30-8:30 p.m. Meet the Deans
Three senior administrators will share how their departments support students and encourage participation in the many opportunities available at Conn, from academic to extracurricular and everything in between. Parents and families may find this session particularly helpful, but it is open to all!

Friday, April 16 and Friday, April 30

2-4 p.m. Chats with Professors
Meet faculty members and ask them about their teaching styles, their departments, their research with students and more. These are hour-long chats and they're for students only.

3-5 p.m. Coffee with a Camel
Our students want to share what it’s like to be a Camel, so bring your favorite beverage and your questions about life at Conn to these small group chats. Note: These sessions are for students only.

 Download the Camel Days Schedule

Other resources for the Class of 2025

If you have specific questions for representatives from any of the offices listed below, give them a call!

Academic Resource Center (ARC)

Accessibility Services

Athletic Coaches

Counseling Services

Dance Department

Health Services

International Student Adviser, Academic Deans


Music Department

Race and Ethnicity Programs

Religious and Spiritual Programs

Studio Art

Theater Department

Writing Center