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Mitchell College celebrates and develops the power of unique minds.
A nonprofit four-year coeducational, residential liberal arts college offering bachelor degrees and associate degrees, Mitchell developed its distinct educational approach over 80 years, blending a tradition of mentoring with an expertise in teaching diverse learning styles to create a highly individualized model that benefits all students. Mitchell is committed to the broader community through building strong, creative, and cooperative partnerships. Located on a beautiful waterfront campus in historic New London, CT it is also home to championship NCAA Division III athletics and highly sought-after living & learning support programs including , and the .
国产偷拍视频Mitchell College was founded in 1938.
国产偷拍视频New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). Information available at .
国产偷拍视频New London, CT – Suburban, residential, coastal campus situated on the Connecticut shoreline, one hour to Hartford or Providence and two hours to Boston or New York City
68 acres on the historic Thames River where it meets Long Island Sound, two private beaches, athletic fields, and the Mitchell Woods green space (woods, pond and walking trails)
Historic homes, newer construction, and the Red Barn comprise administrative, instructional, athletic, performing arts and residential space
国产偷拍视频594 Mitchell students
75 Thames students
36% are students of color
20% access academic support through the Bentsen Learning Center
58% male; 42% female
22% are first generation college students (based on applicant data)
国产偷拍视频27% of students are athletes; 12 varsity sports; about our athletic programs
95% of all degree seeking students receive need or merit-based financial aid
100% of graduates have completed at least one professional internship or career lab experience
100% of our academic programs offer a professional internship experience
100% of students participate in career development while on campus
68% of full-time Mitchell College students live on campus
14 Students per Class
Fall (Session I and Session II)
January MiniMester (two-week winter session)
Spring (Session I and Session II)
May MiniMester (two-week session)
June MiniMester (two-week session)
Information about campus, programs and policies is contained in the
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to learn more about the Institutional Review Board.
A financial summary is available on request. Please contact the Finance Office at 860-701-5111.
Mary-Jane McLaughlin, M.S.
国产偷拍视频 Catherine Wright, Ph.D.
Chair of the Board of Trustees Kevin R. Hennessy, J.D.
Vice Chair Jane Flood, P ’18
Secretary Bridget Baird, Ph.D.
Treasurer Tom Ruffing, M.E., M.B.A., P ’16
Lucila Arango, P ’14
Helene Banks, J.D.
Donna Barclay, M.S. ’72
Richard Carlson ’64
Patrick Caulfield, P ’15
Rick D’Avino, J.D.
Nancy Dolan ’74
Peggy Flood, Ed.D., P ’16
Sam Flood, P’18
Mark Kirschner, ’68
Walter Kuhn, M.B.A., P ’20
Gwen Mariani, P ’21
Joe Mariani, P ’21
Mary-Jane McLaughlin, M.S.
Barbara Pratt, M.B.A., P ’16
Charles Pratt, P ’16
Kim Ruffing, Ph.D., P ’16
David Sandberg, M.B.A., P ’11
Mark Shoemaker, M. Arch., P ’18
George White, D. Arts
Catherine Wright, Ph.D.