Connecticut College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and has been so continuously since December 1932. Information about the College’s accreditation status can be obtained from the roster of institutions on the New England Association of Schools and College’s Commission on Institutions of Higher Education website: cihe.neasc.org. The College offers courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts. Questions about financial aid application and funding information for both programs can be obtained from Financial Aid Services. For specific questions about programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree, please contact the Office of Admission. For questions about the Master of Arts degree, contact the Office of the Registrar. Information on how to comment on, or register complaints about Connecticut College’s compliance with NEASC accreditation criteria may be found at the CIHE NEASC website.
Career and Job Placement Services
Computer File Sharing
Finding legal online music and other electronic content
Student infringement of copyright policy and procedures
Accessibility/Disability Support Services
Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act
FERPA - Privacy of Student Records
Science facilities and laboratories
Computer science laboratories
Behavioral neuroscience laboratories
Physics, astronomy and geophysics laboratories
Electronic and digital sound studio
Price of Attendance
For information on refund policies, contact the Bursar in the Office of the Controller.
Satisfactory Progress Standards
Transfer of Credit
Academic FAQ - Course Credit
AP/IB Course Credit for International Students
Connecticut College values the perspectives and contributions of those who have served our country in the military and welcomes applications from veterans who may wish to finish a Bachelor of Arts degree through our Return to College program. Veterans with questions should email Cynthia Goheen.
The Office of Community Partnerships at Connecticut College actively promotes voter registration among faculty, staff and students at the College. The office serves as a central location for members of the College community to pick up voter registration forms and absentee ballots for any state in the U.S. Community Partnerships also runs shuttles to voting sites in New London on election day to encourage voter participation in exercising their right to vote. Student political groups, too, are often involved in helping.