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We walked around the woods and gardens behind Conn College several times (many times with our dog) when visiting the area. There are some very nice walking trails with a pond back there. One of the cooler spots to go in the area during the...More
Connecticut College Hosts the Festival and their support for AEMF as well as the New London Dance assembly of English Country Dance is impressive and greatly appreciated. From the grounds, friendly cafe and dining staff, all staff, easy parking, campus safety , wonderful classrooms and...More
Visiting New London for the first time, attending CT early music festival on June 26, my husband and I decided to come early to see where the concert hall was. What a surprise. The campus of the CT College was a stunning surprise. What a...More
If you're kids can get in...send them. The campus is gorgeous and the school one of the best. New London is a great little town year round and it is close to Mr. G's restaurant. Check it out if your kids want a great place...More
This campus is among the most picturesque in New England. Fantastic view of the LI Sound, New London Ledge light and Fishers Island. Old stone buildings and wonderful arboretum for strolling. Great place to visit or attend classes.
Lots of grass, trees and greenery on this pastoral campus just outside downtown New London. Free to walk around and view buildings modern and traditional. Don't miss going inside Harkness Chapel. More like a cathedral!
Very selective. If there is a live Martian on earth it can expect a free scholarship The picking list goes from there. Awareness is a major and the drugs are top notch as is the food. Students dress like the homeless and litter the surrounding...More
Connecticut College is set on a hill just north of New London and east of the Coast Guard Academy across I95. Visitors will find themselves surrounded by a series of nicely designed buildings with an integrative thematic style, most of which border an expansive green...More
I went on a tour. The campus is beautiful but I was not so impressed with the school. In all fairness, it may have had something to do with the tour guide. She seemed ill-informed and not too interested in providing persuasive and appealing information.
My daughter graduated from Connecticut College this year, having majored in Classical studies while minoring in English and Religious Studies. It was a great place for her to start to explore aspects of adulthood under the protection of an enclosed campus. It is an example...More