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The day proceeded with numerous events that introduced guests to everything from STEM to studio art at Conn. Students also learned about Connections, Conn’s reinvention of the liberal arts, and career preparation at Conn, and took a tour of the 750-acre Connecticut College Arboretum, a living laboratory for environmental research and teaching that also serves as a recreational facility for the campus community and the general public.
Of course, one of the favorite activities of the day is the opportunity for students and families to take photos with Conn’s mascot: the Camel. Students were encouraged to share their Camel selfies with #ConnColl2026.
“One of the most important aspects to Camel Days is that it’s a day devoted to introducing admitted students to their fellow Camels,” Strickler said.
“The energy and excitement on Camel Days is most definitely something to behold.”
For more information or to register for Camel Days on April 25, click here.