University of New Haven, New London Campus 469 Pequot Ave, New London, CT06320 Located on New London's Mitchell College Campus, the University of New Haven's Southeastern Branch offers nontraditional…More education services for local professionals in southeastern Connecticut and southwestern Rhode Island. Designed for working adults, the school's degree and certificate programs include Engineering & Operations Management, Industrial Organizational Psychology, Public Management, and more. Weekend and evening classes are available. The website provides comprehensive information.
After Wesleyan University announced in 1909 that it would no longer admit women to the school, towns across…More Connecticut began offering space for a new campus and a committee was formed to establish a new college. About a third of the population of New London and the surrounding towns contributed to the $100,000 needed to establish the school, exceeding that goal by $35,000, and Connecticut College was officially founded in 1911.</p>
<p>Today, the school is a co-educational liberal arts institute overlooking Long Island Sound and bordered by a 750-acre arboretum. Its curriculum includes interdisciplinary studies, international programs, funded internships, student-faculty research and service learning.</p>