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    Horizon House - Admission Building

    Horizon House is home to the college’s admission o..

    Tempel Green

    Neo-Gothic residence halls line the west side of T..

    Blaustein Humanities Center

    At the head of Tempel Green, originally built as t..

    Science Center at New London Hall

    Opened in fall 2012, the new, state-of-the-art $25..

    Athletic Center, Fitness Center and Silfen Field

    The artificial turf is used by the women´s field h..

    Arboretum, Native Plant Collection

    The Connecticut College Arboretum, 750 acres of pr..

    Harris Dining Hall and the "Plex"

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    Charles E. Shain Library

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    Cummings Arts Center

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    Horizon House - Admission Building

    Horizon House is home to the college’s admission office and the starting point for campus tours. Tours are led by students and take about an hour. No appointment is necessary. For a schedule, go to the Admission Calendar: https://admission.conncoll.edu/portal/campus-visit. Maps for self-guided tours are available next to the front door.

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    school information

    University Name Connecticut College
    Location 270 MOHEGAN AVE., NEW LONDON, Connecticut, 06320
    General information 8604471911
    Year established 1911
    Type Private not-for-profit - Four or more years
    Highest Degree offered Master's degree
    Campus Setting Urban
    Total number of applicants 5182
    Percent of applicants admitted 40 %
    New admissions percent of total enrollment 23 %


    Test scores 25th Percentile * 75th Percentile **
    SAT Critical Reading - -
    SAT Math - -
    SAT Writing - -
    ACT Composite - -
    ACT English - -
    ACT Math - -
    ACT Writing - -

    *25% of students scored at or below
    **75% of students scored at or below
    - Data not available or not applicable for this institution

    Total enrollment 1922  
    Undergraduate enrollment 1918  
    Full-time undergrads 1857  
    Part-time undergrads 61  
    Graduate enrollment 4  
    Student body coed  
    Men 39%  
    Women 61%  


      Degrees include:

      Liberal Arts Visual and Performing Arts Social Sciences
      Psychology Education Computer Science
      Biology Visual Arts Performing Arts
      Health & Biomedical Sciences Bachelor's American Studies
      Art Anthropology Chemistry
      Economics Environmental Studies History
      International Studies Latin American Studies Marine Biology
      Mathematics Philosophy Physics
      Political Science Spanish Womens Studies
      Pre-Pharmacy/Professional Biology-Chemistry Elementary Certification
      Dance English Environmental Science/Studies
      Humanities Legal Studies (Pre-Law) Music
      Sociology Theatre Biological & Physical Science
      Computer Studies Educ - Child Development Educ - Elementary
      Educ - Middle Grades English Educ - Middle Grades Gen Sci Educ - Middle Grades Soc Stud
      Educ - Secondary Biology Educ - Secondary English, ESOL Educ - Secondary Mathematics
      Educ - Secondary Soc Studies Educ Certification, Re-cert Pre-Physician Assist Studies*
      Architectural Studies International Relations


      Special programs

      • Study abroad
      • On campus day care

      Sports

      • Member of NAA
      • Member of NCAA

      Men sports Women sports
      • Basketball
      • Cross country
      • Golf
      • Soccer
      • Swimming & diving
      • Tennis
      • Track & field
      • Volleyball
      • Wrestling
      • Blog
      • Basketball
      • Cross country
      • Golf
      • Soccer
      • Swimming & diving
      • Tennis
      • Track & field
      • Volleyball
      • Wrestling
      • Blog


      Estimated expenses - undergrads In-state Out-of-state  
      Tuition $49030 $49030  
      Required fees $320 $320  
      Room and board - -  

      Estimated financial aid - undergrads % Receiving Average Amount  
      Grant or scholarship aid 49% $35478  
      Pell grants 12% $4525  
      Federal student loan 37% $5127  


      * Information is based on Academic Year data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics. Please visit the school's official website for the most current information.


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