The future looks like all of us.

It’s our Camel commitment.

Connecticut College has an abiding commitment to provide access to anyone interested in our education. This commitment is rooted in our founding: We were established in 1911 as a women’s college after the only university in Connecticut that admitted women succumbed to pressure to stop doing so. Since then, we’ve never stopped working to ensure a level playing field for all students.

Some of the work we’ve done has resulted in the events, resources and opportunities that are available to Conn students from underrepresented backgrounds. You’ll find links to several of those options on this page.

If you can’t find information you’re looking for, please contact Assistant Director of Admission (and alumnus!) Rosendo Anguiano-Sainz '21 at and he’ll be happy to answer your questions. It’s what Camels do.