There's only one Spring Open House left!
Friday, April 15

High school students and their parents are invited to join us this spring to learn more about Connecticut College and the college admission process.

Below you’ll find the schedule for our Spring Open House. Take a look and then register by clicking the April 15 button below:

FRIDAY, APRIL 15

SPRING OPEN HOUSE 2022 SCHEDULE*

(The alphanumeric items in parentheses refer to the event location on the campus map.)

8:15-9:15 a.m.
Registration and COVID Verification
Stop by the COVID table first to get your wristband. Then head to the Registration area to check in and get your Spring Open House packet!
Palmer Auditorium
COVID Verification, Upper Level (D3) - Enter from Tempel Green side
Registration, Lower Level

9:15-9:45 a.m.
Welcome
Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Andy Strickler, President Katherine Bergeron and Alyss Humphrey '22 kick off the day with a warm Camel welcome!
Palmer Auditorium, Lower Level (D3)

10-10:50 a.m.
Connections Curriculum: Putting the Liberal Arts into Action
Connections, our unique approach to the liberal arts, personalizes your education to make it more meaningful to you. Learn how it works and how it prepares you to adapt in this ever-changing world. Learn more about it from Dean of the College Erika Smith and current students.
Evans Hall, Cummings Arts Center (D3) 

Campus Tour
Departs from Castle Court Outside Palmer Auditorium (D3)

11:05-11:55 a.m.
Career Preparation, Professional Development and Internships
Conn’s career advising program works: Around 96% of our alumni are employed or in graduate school within one year of graduating. The program starts in your First-Year Seminar, continues for four years and includes funding for career-related experiences like internships. Hear all about it from current students and Persephone Hall, the executive director of the Hale Center for Career Development!
Evans Hall, Cummings Arts Center (D3) 

STEM Tour
Scope out our state-of-the-art science center and other science facilities with the faculty who teach in them.
Meet Near the Blue Sculpture on the Patio of the Science Center at New London Hall (E3)

Campus Tour 
Departs from Outside Cummings Arts Center (D3)

12:10-1 p.m.
The First-Year Experience 
Geoff Norbert, assistant dean of student engagement and new programs, will detail the many ways Conn welcomes new students, including extensive support during that all-important first year. Current students will also share their experiences and ways to get involved on campus.
Evans Hall, Cummings Arts Center (D3) 

Tour the Arts 
The arts are vital in our Camel community, in ways both experiential and intellectual. See the spaces devoted to the arts and hear from members of the departments of music, studio art, dance and theater.
Music, Studio Art and Theater Tour Begins in Cummings Arts Center Salon (D3)
Dance Tour Begins in the Lobby of College Center at Crozier-Williams (G2)

Campus Tour
Departs from Outside Cummings Arts Center (D3) 

1-1:50 p.m.
Campus Tour
Departs from Outside Cummings Arts Center (D3)

A Word About Food
We usually treat our guests to lunch, but this year a large meal service was not advisable. So we will offer snacks at various times and locations throughout the day, and will include a list of area restaurants in your registration packet. 

*Schedule subject to change.