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Excellence in education
A Connecticut College education will help you develop skills for success in any field. You'll learn how to evaluate and synthesize information, solve complex problems, reason cogently and communicate effectively.
- a student-faculty ratio of 9:1
- over 40 majors, including self-designed and interdisciplinary majors
- 178 full-time professors; 90 percent hold a doctorate or equivalent
- dedicated teacher-scholars, available in and out of the classroom
- language study that helps internationalize any major
- intellectual life outside the classroom through the residential education fellows program
- five interdisciplinary centers, four of which offer certificate programs that can be combined with any major
- pre-law, pre-health and pre-business advising
- support for pursuing fellowships and scholarships
- the College is a member of Phi Beta Kappa
Our distinguished graduates have won Fulbright, Goldwater, Luce and other notable fellowships and scholarships. Connecticut College is consistently recognized as a top producer of Fulbright scholars with over 37 awarded in the past seven years.
For incoming students, the top anticipated majors are biology, English, government, international relations and psychology. Many students choose to double major or self-design their major.
In addition to major requirements, we have a General Education requirement of at least seven courses across a wide range of liberal arts disciplines. First-year students also take a first-year seminar, a small, intensive class with close student-faculty interaction.
Students may also earn state certification in elementary and secondary education.