Whether your academic pursuits are in government, the arts, or medicine, here at Connecticut College the focus from your first day on campus until graduation is to prepare you for the places you will go long after being a student. A year after graduation, 95% of Connecticut College alumni are employed or in graduate school and an overwhelming amount cited that the college's career program helped them get their first job. As one of the few college's in the country to offer funding for internships, students at Connecticut College receive $5,000 to pursue an internship that's right for them!
#5 DISTINGUISHED AND DEDICATED ALUMNI
Everywhere from the White House, to the podium of the Olympic Games, you will find Connecticut College alumni pursuing their passions to the fullest and trying to make the world a better place. In addition, whether it's one year or twenty years after graduation, the alumni community is always staying connected to our campus through their various leadership roles, prospective student interviews, or cheering on the Camels from the sideline.
Connecticut College is a DIII institution that is a proud member of the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC). Considered one of the preeminent collegiate athletic conferences among all divisions in the NCAA, the Camels are represented across 28 varsity sports among both genders. On any playing field, the Camels have excelled as there have been over 300 NCAA All-Americans, 15 NCAA team qualifiers, and 7 NCAA DIII National Champions. Additionally, we have seen numerous Camels go on to compete on the world stage and represent the college at 10 Olympic Games.