Since its founding in 1911, Connecticut College has been sustained by dedicated individuals working in a variety of academic and non-academic positions to fulfill its mission.
Each person's contributions are vital to preserve an environment that supports teaching, encourages learning, and brings a sense of accomplishment to employees and students alike.
Our success depends directly on what our employees do. As members of this unique community of more than 800 faculty and staff, we take pride in providing excellent service to students, visitors and each other. Connecticut Magazine named Connecticut College a “Great Place to Work” in its November 2014 issue
Connecticut College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and is actively engaged in diversifying its staff and faculty.
Connecticut College is a highly selective, private liberal arts college in the historic seaport of New London. Our 750-acre arboretum campus overlooks Long Island Sound and the Thames River. The southeastern Connecticut area offers affordable living and natural, unspoiled beauty with convenient access to Providence, Boston and New York City.
Conn graduates are creative, adaptive thinkers prepared to take on complex challenges with an academic foundation rooted in integrated study, research opportunities and service learning.
The College offers more than 1,000 courses in 30 academic departments and more than 40 traditional majors. Close to 55 percent of our 1,800 enrolled students study abroad, and nearly 80 percent participate in the paid summer internship program.