You must request your Fall 2013 courses in your student portal BEFORE you leave for Spring Break on March 7. An email was sent out (2/19) to all students with directions.
If you did not receive this email, CLICK HERE.
Sessions to assist are being held (see flyers) in the computer labs!
Click here to view all the Fall 2013 courses
Click here to view directions as to how to load your courses
Due to weather conditions, Mitchell College will remain closed and all classes are canceled on Monday, February 11. For safety reasons, all non-essential personnel must refrain from reporting to work. All offices will be CLOSED and, weather permitting, will reopen on Tuesday, 2/12.
School closing: The National Weather Service has issued a warning indicating that a major winter storm is expected to impact the Northeast and New England Friday into Saturday. As a result, Mitchell College will be closed and all classes are cancelled Friday and Saturday (2/8 and 2/9). For safety reasons, all non-essential personnel must refrain from reporting to work. All offices will be CLOSED on Friday and will reopen on Monday, 2/11.
With an impending winter storm, it is necessary to activate a Parking Ban on Upper Campus to allow for snow removal. This parking ban will be in effect from 9:00AM Friday February 8th until 6:00PM Saturday February 9th.
There is NO PARKING in the following areas:
Parking IS ALLOWED in the following areas;
All Evening Classes beginning after 4:00PM tonight (January 28, 2013) have been cancelled.
Use this coupon and get yourself in Mitchell gear!
The Bookstore will have extended hours during rush:
Last day to get a full refund on texts purchased for the spring semester is January 31st.Spring rentals will be due back to the Bookstore on May 15th.
Please Check-in for the Spring Semseter!
Click HERE for Instructions!
Click HERE to review the Welcome Letter from the Registrar!
Electronic Check-In Begins on Monday, January 14th at 5:30PM
Please keep an eye out for a mail packet from Mitchell College containing information regarding:
The Sigma Alpha Pi Broadcast for Hill Harper, which was cancelled last week due to Hurricane Sandy, is now available online for Sigma Alpha Pi members.
For those students who are not members, but would like to view the broadcast (or were required to for a class assignment) a viewing has been scheduled for Tuesday, November 13th in the Weller Center at 7 PM.
For more information, please contact Amanda Ljubicic at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-629-6115.
Registration for the Spring 2013 Term has been delayed one week.
Students that completed course requests may register with their Advisor starting November 12th.
All other students may register beginning November 26th.
Further details on registration will be released next week.
Come to the Fall Clubs & Organizations Fair TODAY!
9/24/2012 from 5:00-6:30PM on the Clarke Center Patio.
Join one of our many clubs, or even start one of your own!
Click here for details!
For more information Student Activities, Clubs and Organizations, Student Government, and more - click here to check out the Student Activities Homepage!
Questions about the upcoming school year?
Keep an eye on your mailbox for a letter from Mitchell containing information about:
If you have questions about classes or academic issues, do not hesitate to see your Advisor or come to the Duques Center.
See you soon!
The Milner Dining Hall will be closed from dinner on August 3rd through lunch on August 15th. Services will resume with dinner on August 15th with the return of RAs.
After August 15th, the dining hall will be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
If you require any catering services during this brief closing period, please contact the catering coordinator at x6202 or email@example.com
Do you know how to log into your Mitchell email? How about your student portal?
Follow this link to learn how to get started with technology at Mitchell College!
Remember! If you need any assistance, feel free to contact the Help Desk at 860-701-5190 or HelpDesk@mitchell.edu
Summer Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 8:30AM - 5:00PM
Friday: 8:30AM - NOON
Milner Dining Hall Hours:
** The Milner Dining Hall will be closed from dinner on August 3rd through lunch on August 15th. It will reopen for dinner on August 15th.**
Monday - Friday:
Breakfast (Continental Service) 8:00AM - 9:30AM
Lunch 11:30AM - 1:30AM
Dinner 4:30PM - 6:30PM
Saturday - Sunday:
Brunch 11:30AM - 1:00PM
Dinner 4:30PM - 6:00PM
Want to see the 2012 Commencement Ceremony, but can't make it to campus? Tune in Saturday, May 12 at 10:00AM by clicking on the banner below on www.mitchell.edu to watch a live stream of commencement!
Please remember to check-in for the Spring semester by following the instructions here: www.mitchell.edu/checkin
Also, be aware that the Bookstore has moved to Yarnall Center on the first floor in room 102!
Just a reminder to any student considering withdrawing from a class for the current (Fall 2011) term…
TODAY (Friday, Nov. 11) …is the deadline to do so!
After today, you will receive a grade for each class in which you are enrolled. Requests for withdrawing from a class will not be considered after 5pm today.
If you do plan to withdraw from a class, you must complete a withdrawal form (attached word document). The withdrawal form requires that you have 3 signatures: yours, your instructor for the class you wish to drop & your advisor. Once completed, the form is submitted to the Registrar’s Office (Duques Center 1st floor). A grade of “W” is noted on your transcript for any withdrawn class; however, your credits and GPA are not impacted by a withdraw (W) grade.
NOTE: There are 3 “ripple” areas that can be impacted by withdrawing from a class If you fall below 12 credits of attempted course work for the term!
Check your Mariner Email for for the Course Withdrawal Form!
If you have general questions…
Stop by the Registrar’s Office in the Duques Center or email Registrar@mitchell.edu. We can help!
If you haven't done so already, remember to log into this page and check-in so we know you're here for the Fall semester!
All you have to do is click the "Student Login" button (on the left), enter your username and password, then enter today's date!
If you have any issues logging in, please contact the Help Desk at (860) 701-5190 or HelpDesk@mitchell.edu!
Wednesday, August 31
9:00AM – 1:00PM Check-in at Yarnall Center for Non-Express Students
Express Students go directly to their Residence Halls.
Any questions, please call (800) 443-2811
The Thames Academy building is without power currently, and we expect that this will be the case until the end of the week. We are planning on opening Thames for move in on Saturday morning, and the first day of classes will be on Monday. We will update families in the event that this changes, but it is our hope that we will be ready for move in on Saturday.
Check-in/Orientation programs will go on as scheduled tomorrow. Students arriving tomorrow are asked to do so as early as possible. Check-in begins at 9am. Some adjustments have been made to the Orientation schedule, given the forecasted high winds and rain for late Saturday night through Sunday. You will be notified of those schedule changes when you arrive. If you choose to delay your arrival and stay at home during the storm, you are asked to wait and come to campus on Wednesday. We encourage you to check the College’s web site home page (www.mitchell.edu) for important updates and information. You are also automatically signed up to receive RAVE emergency alerts through your Mitchell College email address. However, if you would like to add a personal email, cell phone or other communication device, go to www.GETRAVE.com. Where it says ‘School’ put Mitchell College. Use the same Mitchell ID and password that you use for your Mitchell account. If you do plan to arrive on campus tomorrow, before the storm, the College has prepared to have basic provisions for all resident students, in case of power outages. However, we do ask you to take extra precaution and bring the following with you as well:
If you have further questions or concerns, please call the Office of Student Affairs at 860-701-5093.
Check-in/Orientation programs will go on as scheduled tomorrow. Students arriving tomorrow are asked to do so as early as possible. Check-in begins at 9am. Some adjustments have been made to the Orientation schedule, given the forecasted high winds and rain for late Saturday night through Sunday. You will be notified of those schedule changes when you arrive.
If you choose to delay your arrival and stay at home during the storm, you are asked to wait and come to campus on Wednesday. The first day of classes has been postponed until Thursday. We encourage you to check the College’s web site home page (www.mitchell.edu) for important updates and information. Periodically you will receive notifications and information through our RAVE ALERT system. If you have already received a RAVE ALERT email then you are automatically signed up to receive these messages in your Mitchell email account. If you have not received this email yet, don’t worry, you should receive it later today.
We recommend you review and update your RAVE ALERT account to add a personal email, cell phone or other communication device. To do so, go to www.GETRAVE.com. Where it says ‘School’ put Mitchell College. Use the same Mitchell ID and password that you use for your Mitchell account.
If you plan to arrive on campus tomorrow, before the storm, the College has prepared to have basic provisions for all resident students, in case of power outages. However, we do ask you to take extra precaution and bring the following with you as well:
Due to the anticipated hurricane, the College will be CLOSED on Monday, August 29th. Essential services will be provided to new students already in residence on campus. ALL RETURNING RESIDENT STUDENTS are asked to arrive on campus next Wednesday, August 31st. The first day of classes for ALL STUDENTS has been postponed until Thursday, September 1st.
We will be sending emergency updates and notifications via the RAVE ALERT system. Please be sure your account is up to date with correct cell phone and alternate phone number(s) and/or email(s). To add a personal email, cell phone or other communication device, go to www.GETRAVE.com. Where it says ‘School’ put Mitchell College. Use the same Mitchell ID and password that you use for your Mitchell account.
If you have special circumstances, such as established travel dates, or any further questions, please call the Office of Student Affairs at 860-701-5093.
The Fall 2011 Check-in process will begin Monday, August 15th at noon. This will be the first day you will be able to log into the Student Portal, check-in, and retrieve your schedule. Until then, if you have any questions concerning your schedule, please contact: The Registrar's Office at (860) 701-5079 or firstname.lastname@example.org or The Academic Advising Office at (860) 629-6022 or AcademicAdvising@mitchell.edu.
Click here to view a the schedule for Summer 2011 Campus Services!
Check out your grades online now:
You can also find your term cumulative credits and GPA by opening you transcript (under the "Students" heading).
Printed copies of your grade report will be mailed tomorrow (Tuesday, May 17th) to your listed "Permanent Address."
If you have any questions, please contact the Registrar at email@example.com
Registration will begin Monday April 4th. See you advisor before the end of March to sign up for a registration appointment. Also, in order to participate in registration, you will need to pay your $300 deposit for the 2011-2012 Academic Year by April 1st.
All students interested in financial aid must complete the2011-2012 FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov
NEW LONDON, CT – March 14, 2011 – Mitchell College has announced that Connecticut State Governor Dannel P. Malloy will address the graduating class of 2011 at the College’s 67th Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 14.
“We are truly honored to have Governor Malloy speak at graduation,” says President Mary Ellen Jukoski. “He has such a deep and personal understanding of the challenges that many Mitchell College students who also have learning disabilities face on a daily basis. His own story is incredibly inspiring and motivating.”
Governor Malloy’s political career includes 14 years as Mayor of Stamford. His accomplishments include bringing new jobs to the city, leading the fight for more affordable housing, championing transportation efforts and seeing Stamford rated as the 9th most livable city in the country by Forbes Magazine.
Education, additionally, has always been at the forefront of Malloy’s efforts. He served on the Board of Education in Stamford prior to taking office, and as Mayor, implemented the first city-wide pre-kindergarten program, which ensured that all four-year-olds could attend school regardless of their parents’ financial situation.
In childhood, Malloy struggled to overcome extensive learning and physical disabilities. His parents made a point of focusing on their young son's strengths, which included oral learning and the spoken word, while finding him the best physical therapy and tutoring they could afford.
Malloy went on to receive his B.S. from Boston College in 1977 with a dual major of Political Science and Sociology. He graduated Boston College Law School in 1980 and began his career as assistant district attorney in Brooklyn, NY from 1980 - 1984, winning 22 convictions in 23 felony cases.
Governor Malloy has served as a Trustee at Mitchell College. His additional civic roles include acting as Trustee and Vice Chair for Education of the Jobs, Education & Workforce Committee on the United States Conference of Mayors; Co-Chair of Small Business/Partner America Task Force; Former President for the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities; and adjunct professor at the University of Connecticut. He and his wife Cathy consider Stamford their home, and have three grown sons.
Mitchell College Commencement will be held on the College’s Great Lawn, where approximately 160 graduates are expected receive their degrees. Chair seating is available for ticket-holders only. Lawn seating will be open to the public. For more information, call (860) 701-5079 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mitchell College is a private coeducational independent college offering bachelor and associate degrees in 20 programs of study, as well as the Thames Academy post-graduate program. The College is dedicated to providing a challenging education in a caring and cooperative student-centered environment. Located on a 68-acre waterfront campus, Mitchell College's 990 students come from 30 states and six foreign countries.