Our students want to make a difference.
Connecticut College students have always seen themselves as change agents. Today's Camels are no different. They see their education as preparation for giving back.
Our unparalleled faculty, opportunities for transformative internships and research around the globe, and a growing commitment to financial aid give students a strong foundation to do just that – to put the liberal arts into action.
- Maureen Smolskis ’15 is conducting award-winning research in national security.
- The men’s hockey team is leading the way with the Green Dot campaign to prevent sexual assault.
- Our students are making very real contributions to local sustainability.
When you make a gift to the Connecticut College Fund, you support this tradition of outstanding liberal arts education. You can maximize your support by becoming a member of the Granite Society and enrolling in our recurring giving program.
Since July 1, 2014, more than 6,800 people have made gifts to Connecticut College through the Connecticut College Fund.
In the month of June, 2015, more than 1,500 donors made gifts, which immediately benefit students.
Thank you for your support.