Welcome Class of 2020
An unofficial summary of the basic requirements for completion of a bachelor’s degree at Connecticut College.
Find detailed information about the Connections program.
When is the last day to add or drop a class? When is spring break? What is the last day of classes? It's all here!
Degree Works is a web-based academic planning tool used to monitor progress toward degree completion.
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Find information about transferring credits from college-level courses completed prior to matriculation at Connecticut College, as well as details about how to request pre-approval to take courses at another college or university.
CamelWeb is Conn's intranet and the central portal for many important resources, helpful information and links to services you'll use regularly during your time at Conn. Log on and you'll find menus for campus eateries, administrative office hours, IT service desk and facilities request forms, access to ConnQuest (the student club and organization portal) and much more.
The ARC provides academic support services for all students so that they may reach their maximum academic potential. ARC staff can help you become a more efficient and effective learner, and improve your academic skills and ability to learn.
The Student Accessibility Services staff help you fully participate in all of the programs and activities of the College. The office coordinates and provides accommodations and support services to students with all types of disabilities.
Health and counseling services are available to all fulltime students. Student Health Services is a licensed outpatient clinic that attends to immediate primary health needs. Student Counseling Services provides a wide range of outpatient clinical services, including evaluation, individual and group counseling, psychopharmacological evaluation, crisis intervention and more.