Community Invited to Join Walk for Suicide Prevention
The community is invited to join the Mitchell College Out of the Darkness Campus Walk 2023 on Saturday, April 1, hosted by the Mitchell College Mental Health Club and sponsored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Building Local Partnerships to Benefit Students, Employers
Mitchell College recently hosted a Community Partner Breakfast that included representatives from 28 organizations in Southeastern Connecticut who joined Mitchell staff and faculty to explore partnerships to provide student learning opportunities and meet employer needs. The organizations represented both current and potential partners in behavioral health, culture and tourism, disability services, education, healthcare, immigration support services, mental health services, and suicide prevention and awareness.
Mitchell College Undergoes Evaluation for Re-Accreditation
Mitchell College is currently engaged in a re-accreditation process with the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), with whom the College has been accredited since 1956. The College was last reviewed in 2013.
Academic Honors Recipients Announced for Fall 2022
Mitchell College congratulates students named to our Fall 2022 Dean’s List or
Commendable Scholar List.
Mitchell College Strives to be a Movement
Mitchell College is poised to welcome 2023 with an exciting slate of new programs and initiatives, expanding opportunities for its kaleidoscope of learners while providing holistic supports to help each individual student reach their greatest potential.
Funding to Help Upskill Regional Workforce
U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney (D-CT) recently presented Mitchell College with newly released Community Project funding of $550,000 for its Digital Innovation Hub for Educational Excellence (DIHEE). Designed to prepare the regional workforce for in-demand careers, the DIHEE will help individuals seeking to upskill and expand their job opportunities.
Taino Chief Shares Indigenous Caribbean History
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, the Mitchell College Multicultural Student Union invited Chief Jorge Baracutei Estevez to speak about the indigenous Higuayagua Taino people of the Caribbean.
AmeriCorps VISTA Helps Build Service-Learning Program
AmeriCorps VISTA Megan Griffin will spend the year building the architecture of a service-learning program for Mitchell College.
Mitchell Welcomes New Trustees
Six new members of the Mitchell College Board of Trustees bring expertise and talent during a time of growth and transformation for the school.
Mitchell Joins Great Northeast Athletic Conference
Starting in the 2023-2024 academic year, Mitchell College will be a core member – one of 16 schools – of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference. The move comes after Mitchell’s current conference, the New England Collegiate Conference, will cease to be an NCAA Division III Athletic Conference, as of Fall 2023.
Mitchell Welcomes Director of Advancement
Kim Hodges ’03, who worked at Mitchell for 17 years in various positions, has returned as director of advancement.