Connecticut College

Connecticut College

Connecticut College, also known as Conn College or Conn, was established as a women's college in 1911. It became coeducational in 1969. This private liberal arts institute sits on a 750-acre arboretum campus in New London, Connecticut. Conn College's recent enrollments have been more than 1,500 students from over 45 states and 70 countries worldwide every year.

Connecticut College offers more than 50 majors in the fields of science, arts and culture. The courses are taught at the following academic centers:

  • Ammerman Center for Arts & Technology
  • Joy Shechtman Mankoff Center for Teaching & Learning
  • The Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity
  • The Goodwin-Niering Center for Conservation Biology and Environmental Studies
  • The Holleran Center for Community Action and Public Policy
  • The Toor Cummings Center for International Studies and the Liberal Arts

The athletics department of Connecticut College fields over 20 varsity teams in tennis, lacrosse, and track and field. The teams are members of the New England Small College Athletic Conference, the National College Athletic Association Division III, and the Eastern College Athletic Conference.

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African Studies
American/United States Studies/Civilization
East Asian Studies
Latin American Studies
Area Studies, Other
Women's Studies
Computer Science
Music Teacher Education
Chinese Language And Literature
Japanese Language And Literature
Russian Language And Literature
German Language And Literature
French Language And Literature
Spanish Language And Literature
Classics And Classical Languages, Literatures, And Linguistics, General
Human Development And Family Studies, General
Family Systems
English Language And Literature, General
Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Molecular Biology
Botany/Plant Biology
Mathematics, General
Medieval And Renaissance Studies
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
Religion/Religious Studies
Chemistry, General
Physics, General
Psychology, General
Dance, General
Drama And Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General
Film/Cinema/Video Studies
Fine/Studio Arts, General
Art History, Criticism And Conservation
Music, General
Music, Other
History, General
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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