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Connecticut College Acceptance Rates & Admissions Statistics

What Does Connecticut College Incoming Class Look Like?

Review the admissions stats from recent freshman classes to have a better understanding of your chances of being admitted to Connecticut College.

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What Admissions Stats Mean to You

Reviewing the admissions stats at Connecticut College can help you determine your likelihood of acceptance. Take a look at the SAT and ACT scores of previous applicants to help you understand your chances of being accepted. If you find your scores are lower than the average freshman, try retaking the exam to better your score or reviewing colleges looking for scores matching your own.

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Selectivity (Fall 2021): How Many Students Get Accepted?

Open Admissions No
Selectivity of College Average Selectivity
Acceptance Rate 41%

Acceptance and Enrollment Stats (Fall 2021)

Applicant Total 7,682
Accepted 3,146
Enrolled 492

Boys vs. Girls: Who’s Applying More?

Applicants: Men - Women  41 to 59
Accepted: Men - Women  35 to 65
Enrolled: Men - Women  43 to 57

Average Test Scores

About 12% of students accepted to Conn College submitted their SAT scores. When looking at the 25th through the 75th percentile, SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing scores ranged between 680 and 748. Math scores were between 653 and 728.

SAT Reading and Writing Scores for Connecticut College  ( 680 to 748 )
SAT Math Scores for Connecticut College  ( 653 to 728 )

Conn College received ACT scores from 10% of accepted students. When looking at the 25th through the 75th percentile, ACT Composite scores ranged between 30 and 33.

ACT Composite Scores for Connecticut College  ( 30 to 33 )

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