So much more than a place to sleep
At Conn, challenging discussions with faculty and peers continue when you leave the classroom. In your residence house, you'll have philosophical conversations with professors about everything from the perception of Americans abroad to the politics of hair. You’ll watch and critique current films and television shows with friends and classmates.
Class in your common room
There's nothing like rolling out of bed, heading down a flight of stairs and getting to class in 30 seconds. Our first-year seminars are small, discussion-based and writing-intensive courses, and many of them take place in the residence houses. That means your roommates and housemates might also be your classmates. It’s a great way to get to create a seamless transition between inside and outside-of-the-classroom experiences.