News & Events

Gamechanger Athletics Initiative

February 14, 2020
Mitchell College is embarking on a $3.5 million fundraising initiative to renovate  athletics fields and facilities. The College invites everyone to join in and be a Gamechanger for Mitchell Athletics.
Athletics planned projects include:

Baseball Complex with new artificial turf baseball field/elevated press box/scoreboard/dugouts/fence & windscreens/bleachers/batting cage/bullpens
Multi-Sport Turf Field Complex supporting Soccer (M,W), Lacrosse (M,W) and Rugby (club) with new artificial turf multi-sport field/elevated press box/scoreboard/team shelter/bleachers
Softball Complex with new artificial turf softball field/elevated press box/scoreboard/dugouts/bleachers/batting cage/bullpen

Learn more and give at mitchell.edu/game-changer.

Open Intramural Nights

Friday, Feb.  21  |  7-9pm in Clarke Center
All Mitchell and Thames students are invited to come hang out and enjoy some casual gamest: dodgeball, badminton, four square, corn hole, connect four, giant jenga and KanJam! Drinks and snacks provided.

Speakers Series

The Inclusion Solution with Hallie Hovey-Murray  | March 11, 7pm at the Red Barn

Joining us at Mitchell College on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 from 7-8pm, Hallie Hovey-Murray will speak on the need to foster inclusion for Americans of all-abilities, why employment for individuals with different-abilities remains so low, why we need comprehensive education reform for students with different-abilities and what individuals can do to create a more inclusive culture on their campus and in their workplace. She will share her personal story and the work she has done as an advocate for all-ability inclusion.

This event is free and open to the public.  The Red Barn at Mitchell College is located at 629-A  Montauk Avenue, New London, CT 06320.

Learn more at mitchell.edu/speakers-series

 

Spring Open House

Saturday, March 21  | 9am-2pm
Register here.

Prospective Mitchell College and Thames at Mitchell College students and families are invited to join us on our beautiful waterfront campus where you will customize your day and have the option to explore:

  • majors and our honors program
  • how we integrate career into academics across all 4 years
  • the innovative Mitchell Ability Model through which students learn the skills and abilities they need to be flexible, capable and adaptable…in college, career and life.
  • Division III Athletics & intramurals and club sports
  • Performing arts
  • Campus life
  • Living & Learning support programs: Thames, Mystic and the Bentsen Learning Center

You’ll also meet faculty, staff and current students, take a campus tour, and be able to ask all of your questions about applying to Mitchell or Thames!

Register here. 

 

Flock Theatre Production

February 7-23  | Fridays & Saturdays at 7pm; Sundays at 2pm in the Red Barn

Tickets online at flocktheatre.org

Tickets – $20
Students, Seniors, and Active Military – $15

Charles Traeger’s The Night the Cardiff Giant Sang Rossini on the Lawn will be presenting its world premiere at the Mitchell College Red Barn, opening February 7.

Set in 2006, The Night the Cardiff Giant Sang Rossini on the Lawn is an exploration of the concept of a hoax. The real Cardiff Giant was one of the most famous hoaxes in American history, a ten foot tall stone man conceptualized and commissioned by George Hull, a tobacconist from Binghamton, New York. Hull had the Giant buried and later hired men to dig a well and “discover” the giant, at which point Hull ran it as a sideshow and charged people to see a real, preserved giant as described in the Old Testament. Come and decide for yourself if a hoax can be real if you believe in it strongly enough.

The Red Barn at Mitchell College is located at 629-A Montauk Avenue, New London, CT 06320.

The Mitchell College Department of Education Presents the
19th Annual Cat in the Hat Ball

Saturday, February 29 | 10am-2pm at the Clarke and Weller Centers

Join us for the Cat in the Hat Ball – a  family celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, on Saturday, February 29, 2020! This event is open to the public and free with a donation of one new children’s book or $5 per family. All books from the event will be donated to local schools and early childcare centers. You and your family will enjoy children’s games, crafts, music, and story times. Music will be provided by Radio Mitchell, and the Community Dance Ensemble performs at 11am and 12:30pm. Local authors join in the fun, sharing their books with young readers. A special highlight of the day will be a reading and book signing with local author Tish Rabe, the best-selling author of  “The Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library,” a series of rhyming science books for early readers.

For more information, please contact the Mitchell College Education Department at catinthehatball@mitchell.edu.

 

Piano Recital with Raymond Buttero

Monday, March 16  |  7pm in the Red Barn
Enjoy the music of Mitchell College music faculty member Raymond Buttero at a winter piano recital on Monday, March 16 at 7pm in the Red Barn at Mitchell College.
Repertoire will include Beethoven’s Sonata No. 23 in F-minor Appassionata, as well as works by Debussy.
This event is free and open to the public. The Red Barn at Mitchell College is located at 629-A Montauk Avenue, New London, CT 06320.

Spring Open House

Saturday, April 4  | 9am-2pm
Register here.

Prospective Mitchell College and Thames at Mitchell College students and families are invited to join us on our beautiful waterfront campus where you will customize your day and have the option to explore:

  • majors and our honors program
  • how we integrate career into academics across all 4 years
  • the innovative Mitchell Ability Model through which students learn the skills and abilities they need to be flexible, capable and adaptable…in college, career and life.
  • Division III Athletics & intramurals and club sports
  • Performing arts
  • Campus life
  • Living & Learning support programs: Thames, Mystic and the Bentsen Learning Center

You’ll also meet faculty, staff and current students, take a campus tour, and be able to ask all of your questions about applying to Mitchell or Thames!

Register here. 

 

Archived News & Events

Career/Recruitment Event

Wed., February 19  |  10:30-11:30am in Weller Center
Criminal Justice Studies and Integrative Career Development invite you to attend an informational session with the Milford Police Department on Wednesday, February 19 from 10:30-11:30am in Weller Center. The Milford PD is actively seeking qualified individuals to join their police force. Information on recruitment, selection, and hiring process will be provided.

Spring Involvement Fair

Wednesday, February 5  |  3-6pm in Market Cafe
Mitchell and Thames students…are you interested in getting more involved on campus? Do you want to start your own club on campus? Come to the Spring Involvement Fair at the Market Cafe on Wednesday, February 5 from 3-6 pm to see how you can get involved!

Animal Farm presented by Mitchell College and Flock Theatre

January 17, 18, 19  | 7pm
January 24, 25, 26  | 7pm

All performances Fridays-Sundays at the Red Barn at Mitchell College (629-A Montauk Ave., New London, CT)

Tickets online at flocktheatre.org/animal-farm-2020
General: $15
Students, Seniors, and Active Military: $5

Animal Farm by George Orwell
Adapted by Nelson Bond
Co-Produced by Mitchell College and Flock Theatre
Directed by Noah Todd and Victor Chiburis
Performed by Mitchell College students and Flock Theatre actors
Masks by Heather Asch

Orwell’s famous allegorical novel transposed into script reflects the events that created the Stalinist era of the Soviet Union, set against the backdrop of the Manor Farm, an aesthetic perfectly imagined within Mitchell College’s Red Barn venue.

Boston Celtics Game

Wednesday, January 22 
Mitchell College Campus Life is offering Mitchell and Thames students a great opportunity to attend a Celtics game in Boston on January 22, 2020! Tickets are $50 which includes the game ticket and Coach bus transportation to the game. For details and tickets, visit Ticket Leap.

 

American Red Cross Blood Drive

Friday, January 17  | 11:45am-5:15pm, Weller Center

There is a critical need for all blood types with a less than 3 day supply of types O- and O+. All donors who donate at this blood drive will be automatically entered to win a trip for 2 to the Super Bowl (American Red Cross Super Bowl Experience; learn more here).

To sign up to donate blood on January 17, contact Diane Miller at miller_d@mitchell.edu.

 

January MiniMester Courses & Internships

Earn 3-4 credits in just 2 weeks with courses like:
  • Citizen Scientist
  • Intro to Astronomy
  • Film Genre: Comedy
  • Sp Topic: Theatrical Production – Orwell’s Animal Farm
January MiniMester courses are open to current Mitchell and Thames students and the public. Students should consult with their advisor prior to registering for a course online.
Learn more here.

 

Dance & Cheer Winter Showcase

Thursday, December 12 at 8pm
Clarke Center Stage
All are invited to see what the Mitchell College Dance and Cheer Team has been UP to this fall at their Winter Showcase! Free admission; raffle available.

Spring Musical Auditions Announced!

Auditions open to all Mitchell & Thames students
Auditions are open through December 18 for dancers ONLY for Stephen Sondheim’s
“A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum”. Sign up for an audition online here.
Performances April 23, 24, 25, 26

 

Make We Joy

December 8  |  4pm & 7pm
The Red Barn
Flock Theatre’s “Make We Joy” is returning just in time for the holidays! Each December we celebrate the winter solstice with a multicultural celebration of the shortest day of the year incorporating folk-dance, choral music, mummers, poetry, ritual, and more.
Under the direction of Derron Wood, the main producer of Make We Joy since 1992, it will be held for its fifth year at Mitchell College, and for the second year, at the Red Barn. Free and open to the public. Learn more at https://mitchell.edu/performing-arts/

 

Blood Drive

Thursday, November 14  | 11:15am-5:15pm

Faculty, staff, students, and the public are invited to stop by Weller Center and donate blood. 

Every day, blood donors help patients of all ages: accident and burn victims, heart surgery and organ transplant patients, and those battling cancer. In fact, every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood.

RSVP: https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/donation-time

 

Veterans Day Ceremony

Monday, November 11  | 9:30am-2pm

Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the public are invited to join us as we observe Veterans Day, beginning with a flag raising, pledge of allegiance and national anthem at 9:30am and culminating at 12:30pm in a presentation on Women in the Military and in Combat by Kirsten Holmstedt, Thames instructor, journalist, writer, and advocate for female service members.

View the entire schedule of events and learn more about the speaker and her work at https://mitchell.edu/veterans-day.

 

Mitchell Volleyball Advances to Round 2

Posted November 5, 2019

NEW LONDON, Conn. – Fourth-seeded Mitchell College came away with a 3-0 victory (25-13, 25-18, 25-19) over fifth-seeded Becker College in the first round of the 2019 New England Collegiate Conference Women’s Volleyball Championship on Tuesday night at the Yarnall Athletic Center.

Mitchell (14-11 overall) advances to the semifinals and will play at top-seeded Eastern Nazarene College on Friday, November 8 at 7:00 p.m. Becker ends the season with an overall record of 10-16. Read more.

 

Late Night Breakfast

December 17 | 9:30-11pm
Milner Dining Hall
Open to all Mitchell and Thames students!

Winter Ball

Sunday, December 15  |  5-10pm
The Mystic Aquarium
Students, please join us for SGA’s 5th Annual Ball at the Mystic Aquarium. Tickets are $15 ahead of time; $20 at the door. Includes transportation, dinner, dessert, DJ/dance and fun! Cash (or credit) bar for those 21+.
Strict dress code for this event: see ticketing site for details.
Transportation: The first bus leaves from Yarnall at 5pm and will shuttle continuously throughout the night.

Spring Select Chorus Auditions Announced!

Auditions open to all Mitchell & Thames students
Sign up online for an audition December 9-18
for Spring Select Chorus
Rehearsals begin January 2020

 

Erin Miller Named Softball Head Coach

 posted November 11, 2019

NEW LONDON, Conn. – Mitchell College has named Erin Miller as head coach of its softball program.

Miller, a native of Waterford, Conn., will make her head coaching debut with the Mariners. She previously spent the past two seasons as a graduate assistant and pitching coach at Smith College, and prior to that she was a pitching coach for two seasons at the United States Coast Guard Academy.

Read the full story here.

 

45 Seconds From Broadway

November 15 | 7pm
November 16 | 2pm & 7pm
November 17 | 2pm
On the Clarke Center Stage
Tickets are now available at mitchell.edu/broadway-tix for the Mitchell College Players’ production of Neil Simon’s 45 Seconds from Broadway, which takes place in the legendary ‘Polish Tea Room’ on New York’s 47th Street. Here, Broadway theater personalities gather and schmooze in this touching valentine to New York on Broadway.

 

Fall Concert

Friday, November 8 | Red Barn, 7pm
Enjoy the talents of the Mitchell College Select Chorus in the Red Barn at Mitchell College (629-A Montauk Avenue, New London, CT 06320) for their fall concert, featuring the newest members of the Select Chorus! Repertoire will include American Spirituals and Sea Chanties, Highlights from the American Jazz Age, English Part Songs and Seasonal Contemporary Works.
The concert is free and open to the public; doors open at 6:30pm. Learn more about Performing Arts at Mitchell College at https://mitchell.edu/performing-arts/  

Gamechanger Athletics Initiative

February 14, 2020
Mitchell College is embarking on a $3.5 million fundraising initiative to renovate  athletics fields and facilities. The College invites everyone to join in and be a Gamechanger for Mitchell Athletics.
Athletics planned projects include:

Baseball Complex with new artificial turf baseball field/elevated press box/scoreboard/dugouts/fence & windscreens/bleachers/batting cage/bullpens
Multi-Sport Turf Field Complex supporting Soccer (M,W), Lacrosse (M,W) and Rugby (club) with new artificial turf multi-sport field/elevated press box/scoreboard/team shelter/bleachers
Softball Complex with new artificial turf softball field/elevated press box/scoreboard/dugouts/bleachers/batting cage/bullpen

Learn more and give at mitchell.edu/game-changer.

Career/Recruitment Event

Wed., February 19  |  10:30-11:30am in Weller Center
Criminal Justice Studies and Integrative Career Development invite you to attend an informational session with the Milford Police Department on Wednesday, February 19 from 10:30-11:30am in Weller Center. The Milford PD is actively seeking qualified individuals to join their police force. Information on recruitment, selection, and hiring process will be provided.

Open Intramural Nights

Friday, Feb. 21  |  7-9pm in Clarke Center
All Mitchell and Thames students are invited to come hang out and enjoy some casual gamest: dodgeball, badminton, four square, corn hole, connect four, giant jenga and KanJam! Drinks and snacks provided.

Flock Theatre Production

February 7-23  | Fridays & Saturdays at 7pm; Sundays at 2pm in the Red Barn

Tickets online at flocktheatre.org

Tickets – $20
Students, Seniors, and Active Military – $15

Charles Traeger’s The Night the Cardiff Giant Sang Rossini on the Lawn will be presenting its world premiere at the Mitchell College Red Barn, opening February 7.

Set in 2006, The Night the Cardiff Giant Sang Rossini on the Lawn is an exploration of the concept of a hoax. The real Cardiff Giant was one of the most famous hoaxes in American history, a ten foot tall stone man conceptualized and commissioned by George Hull, a tobacconist from Binghamton, New York. Hull had the Giant buried and later hired men to dig a well and “discover” the giant, at which point Hull ran it as a sideshow and charged people to see a real, preserved giant as described in the Old Testament. Come and decide for yourself if a hoax can be real if you believe in it strongly enough.

The Red Barn at Mitchell College is located at 629-A Montauk Avenue, New London, CT 06320.

The Mitchell College Department of Education Presents the
19th Annual Cat in the Hat Ball

Saturday, February 29 | 10am-2pm at the Clarke and Weller Centers

Join us for the Cat in the Hat Ball – a  family celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, on Saturday, February 29, 2020! This event is open to the public and free with a donation of one new children’s book or $5 per family. All books from the event will be donated to local schools and early childcare centers. You and your family will enjoy children’s games, crafts, music, and story times. Music will be provided by Radio Mitchell, and the Community Dance Ensemble performs at 11am and 12:30pm. Local authors join in the fun, sharing their books with young readers. A special highlight of the day will be a reading and book signing with local author Tish Rabe, the best-selling author of  “The Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library,” a series of rhyming science books for early readers.

For more information, please contact the Mitchell College Education Department at catinthehatball@mitchell.edu. Mitchell College is located at 437 Pequot Avenue in New London, Connecticut.

 

Speakers Series

The Inclusion Solution with Hallie Hovey-Murray  | March 11, 7pm at the Red Barn

Joining us at Mitchell College on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 from 7-8pm, Hallie Hovey-Murray will speak on the need to foster inclusion for Americans of all-abilities, why employment for individuals with different-abilities remains so low, why we need comprehensive education reform for students with different-abilities and what individuals can do to create a more inclusive culture on their campus and in their workplace. She will share her personal story and the work she has done as an advocate for all-ability inclusion.

This event is free and open to the public.  The Red Barn at Mitchell College is located at 629-A  Montauk Avenue, New London, CT 06320.

Learn more at mitchell.edu/speakers-series

 

Piano Recital with Raymond Buttero

Monday, March 16  |  7pm in the Red Barn
Enjoy the music of Mitchell College music faculty member Raymond Buttero at a winter piano recital on Monday, March 16 at 7pm in the Red Barn at Mitchell College.
Repertoire will include Beethoven’s Sonata No. 23 in F-minor Appassionata, as well as works by Debussy.
This event is free and open to the public. The Red Barn at Mitchell College is located at 629-A Montauk Avenue, New London, CT 06320.

Spring Open House

Saturday, March 21  | 9am-2pm
Register here.

Prospective Mitchell College and Thames at Mitchell College students and families are invited to join us on our beautiful waterfront campus where you will customize your day and have the option to explore:

  • majors and our honors program
  • how we integrate career into academics across all 4 years
  • the innovative Mitchell Ability Model through which students learn the skills and abilities they need to be flexible, capable and adaptable…in college, career and life.
  • Division III Athletics & intramurals and club sports
  • Performing arts
  • Campus life
  • Living & Learning support programs: Thames, Mystic and the Bentsen Learning Center

You’ll also meet faculty, staff and current students, take a campus tour, and be able to ask all of your questions about applying to Mitchell or Thames!

Register here. 

 

Spring Open House

Saturday, April 4  | 9am-2pm
Register here.

Prospective Mitchell College and Thames at Mitchell College students and families are invited to join us on our beautiful waterfront campus where you will customize your day and have the option to explore:

  • majors and our honors program
  • how we integrate career into academics across all 4 years
  • the innovative Mitchell Ability Model through which students learn the skills and abilities they need to be flexible, capable and adaptable…in college, career and life.
  • Division III Athletics & intramurals and club sports
  • Performing arts
  • Campus life
  • Living & Learning support programs: Thames, Mystic and the Bentsen Learning Center

You’ll also meet faculty, staff and current students, take a campus tour, and be able to ask all of your questions about applying to Mitchell or Thames!

Register here. 

 

Mariner Merch

Get geared up with Mariner merchandise featuring our new athletics logo at mitchellgear.com. 

 

Feb
22
Sat
Pokemon Go Club Community Day @ Student Center
Feb 22 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Attention fellow Pokemon Go Players!

The community day for Rhyhorn is here. If you’re interested in having some fun and connecting with other players please join us in this exclusive event where we will be traveling around the area in search for your very own Shiny Rhyhorn.

Learn more at http://mitchell.presence.io/event/pokemon-go-club-community-day

Dave and Busters @ Dave And Busters
Feb 22 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

*Attention Thames at Mitchell Students*

If you want to have a blast come to Dave and Busters 

There will be games, prizes and food 



Learn more at http://mitchell.presence.io/event/dave-and-busters

Men’s Basketball @ Yarnall Athletic Center
Feb 22 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Men’s Basketball vs Eastern Nazarene

Learn more at http://mitchell.presence.io/event/mens-basketball-9

Competitive Gaming Club/Weekly Meeting @ Student Center
Feb 22 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Rough week?  Great week?  Just a week?  Join the Competitive Gaming Club for their weekly meetings/battles to destress from whatever week you had!  Show up anytime during the meeting ready to play, watch, or cheer on your friends!  The CGC provides most standard equipment and games, but if you want to play something specific, bring it over and find Stephan!  We’re happy to try something new, and we love to change it up!  Power to the Players!

Learn more at http://mitchell.presence.io/event/competitive-gaming-club-weekly-meeting-9

 

Archived News & Events

Spring Involvement Fair

Wednesday, February 5  |  3-6pm in Market Cafe
Mitchell and Thames students…are you interested in getting more involved on campus? Do you want to start your own club on campus? Come to the Spring Involvement Fair at the Market Cafe on Wednesday, February 5 from 3-6 pm to see how you can get involved!

Animal Farm presented by Mitchell College and Flock Theatre

January 17, 18, 19  | 7pm
January 24, 25, 26  | 7pm

All performances Fridays-Sundays at the Red Barn at Mitchell College (629-A Montauk Ave., New London, CT)

Tickets online at flocktheatre.org/animal-farm-2020
General: $15
Students, Seniors, and Active Military: $5

Animal Farm by George Orwell
Adapted by Nelson Bond
Co-Produced by Mitchell College and Flock Theatre
Directed by Noah Todd and Victor Chiburis
Performed by Mitchell College students and Flock Theatre actors
Masks by Heather Asch

Orwell’s famous allegorical novel transposed into script reflects the events that created the Stalinist era of the Soviet Union, set against the backdrop of the Manor Farm, an aesthetic perfectly imagined within Mitchell College’s Red Barn venue.

American Red Cross Blood Drive

Friday, January 17  | 11:45am-5:15pm, Weller Center

There is a critical need for all blood types with a less than 3 day supply of types O- and O+. All donors who donate at this blood drive will be automatically entered to win a trip for 2 to the Super Bowl (American Red Cross Super Bowl Experience; learn more here).

To sign up to donate blood on January 17, contact Diane Miller at miller_d@mitchell.edu.

 

Boston Celtics Game

Wednesday, January 22 
Mitchell College Campus Life is offering Mitchell and Thames students a great opportunity to attend a Celtics game in Boston on January 22, 2020! Tickets are $50 which includes the game ticket and Coach bus transportation to the game. For details and tickets, visit Ticket Leap.

 

Spring Musical Auditions Announced!

Auditions open to all Mitchell & Thames students
Sign up online for an audition December 9-13
for Stephen Sondheim’s
“A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum”
Performances April 23, 24, 25, 26

 

Spring Select Chorus Auditions Announced!

Auditions open to all Mitchell & Thames students
Sign up online for an audition December 9-13
for Spring Select Chorus
Rehearsals begin January 2020

 

Dance & Cheer Winter Showcase

Thursday, December 12 at 8pm
Clarke Center Stage
All are invited to see what the Mitchell College Dance and Cheer Team has been UP to this fall at their Winter Showcase! Free admission; raffle available.

Winter Ball

Sunday, December 15  |  5-10pm
The Mystic Aquarium
Students, please join us for SGA’s 5th Annual Ball at the Mystic Aquarium. Tickets are $15 ahead of time; $20 at the door. Includes transportation, dinner, dessert, DJ/dance and fun! Cash (or credit) bar for those 21+.
Strict dress code for this event: dresses, khaki/dress pants, shirt and tie or suit. No denim, tennis shoes, flip flops or sports wear.
Transportation: The first bus leaves from Yarnall at 5pm and will shuttle continuously throughout the night.

January MiniMester Courses & Internships

Registration Open
Earn 3-4 credits in just 2 weeks with courses like:
  • Citizen Scientist
  • Intro to Astronomy
  • Film Genre: Comedy
  • Sp Topic: Theatrical Production – Orwell’s Animal Farm
January MiniMester courses are open to current Mitchell and Thames students and the public. Students should consult with their advisor prior to registering for a course online.
Learn more and register here.

 

Late Night Breakfast

December 17 | 9:30-11pm
Milner Dining Hall
Open to all Mitchell and Thames students!

Mariner Merch

Get geared up for the holidays with Mariner merchandise featuring our new athletics logo at mitchellgear.com. 

 

Make We Joy

December 8  |  4pm & 7pm
The Red Barn
Flock Theatre’s “Make We Joy” is returning just in time for the holidays! Each December we celebrate the winter solstice with a multicultural celebration of the shortest day of the year incorporating folk-dance, choral music, mummers, poetry, ritual, and more.
Under the direction of Derron Wood, the main producer of Make We Joy since 1992, it will be held for its fifth year at Mitchell College, and for the second year, at the Red Barn. Free and open to the public. Learn more at https://mitchell.edu/performing-arts/

 

Erin Miller Named Softball Head Coach

 posted November 11, 2019

NEW LONDON, Conn. – Mitchell College has named Erin Miller as head coach of its softball program.

Miller, a native of Waterford, Conn., will make her head coaching debut with the Mariners. She previously spent the past two seasons as a graduate assistant and pitching coach at Smith College, and prior to that she was a pitching coach for two seasons at the United States Coast Guard Academy.

Read the full story here.

 

Blood Drive

Thursday, November 14  | 11:15am-5:15pm

Faculty, staff, students, and the public are invited to stop by Weller Center and donate blood.

 

Veterans Day Ceremony

Monday, November 11  | 9:30am-2pm

Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the public are invited to join us as we observe Veterans Day, beginning with a flag raising, pledge of allegiance and national anthem at 9:30am and culminating at 12:30pm in a presentation on Women in the Military and in Combat by Kirsten Holmstedt, Thames instructor, journalist, writer, and advocate for female service members.

View the entire schedule of events and learn more about the speaker and her work at https://mitchell.edu/veterans-day.

 

Mitchell Volleyball Advances to Round 2

Posted November 5, 2019

NEW LONDON, Conn. – Fourth-seeded Mitchell College came away with a 3-0 victory (25-13, 25-18, 25-19) over fifth-seeded Becker College in the first round of the 2019 New England Collegiate Conference Women’s Volleyball Championship on Tuesday night at the Yarnall Athletic Center.

Mitchell (14-11 overall) advances to the semifinals and will play at top-seeded Eastern Nazarene College on Friday, November 8 at 7:00 p.m. Becker ends the season with an overall record of 10-16. Read more.

 

Feb
22
Sat
Pokemon Go Club Community Day @ Student Center
Feb 22 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Attention fellow Pokemon Go Players!

The community day for Rhyhorn is here. If you’re interested in having some fun and connecting with other players please join us in this exclusive event where we will be traveling around the area in search for your very own Shiny Rhyhorn.

Learn more at http://mitchell.presence.io/event/pokemon-go-club-community-day

Dave and Busters @ Dave And Busters
Feb 22 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

*Attention Thames at Mitchell Students*

If you want to have a blast come to Dave and Busters 

There will be games, prizes and food 



Learn more at http://mitchell.presence.io/event/dave-and-busters

Men’s Basketball @ Yarnall Athletic Center
Feb 22 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Men’s Basketball vs Eastern Nazarene

Learn more at http://mitchell.presence.io/event/mens-basketball-9

Competitive Gaming Club/Weekly Meeting @ Student Center
Feb 22 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Rough week?  Great week?  Just a week?  Join the Competitive Gaming Club for their weekly meetings/battles to destress from whatever week you had!  Show up anytime during the meeting ready to play, watch, or cheer on your friends!  The CGC provides most standard equipment and games, but if you want to play something specific, bring it over and find Stephan!  We’re happy to try something new, and we love to change it up!  Power to the Players!

Learn more at http://mitchell.presence.io/event/competitive-gaming-club-weekly-meeting-9

 

Mariner Merch

Get geared up with Mariner merchandise featuring our new athletics logo at mitchellgear.com. 

 

A few words on fit.

 

"Fit” is the modern buzzword of the college search process. And frankly, rightly so. As you consider your college experience, we encourage you to look for a place that feels right. It’s also a good idea to make a list of the qualities and characteristics that make a college and you a winning combination.

 

If you are looking for a college that: 

 

  • Gets to know and understand each student as a uniquely talented individual

  • Identifies potential and encourages students in very intentional ways

  • Fosters growth in each student, giving them a foundation for life and career success

  • Is small enough to deliver on the promise of a personalized experience

  • Goes beyond “career services” and offers a progressive 4-year career development model, partnering with local businesses and nonprofits for professional experience

  • Promotes an inclusive culture that encourages students to experiment in new clubs and activities

  • Is nationally recognized for its academic support systems, from professional content tutors (not students) to proven comprehensive support for students with learning differences

  • Connects students to service opportunities that impact their world

  • Is in a location that offers access to New England’s natural places and some of America’s greatest cities

 

 

 

…Mitchell College delivers in a powerful way.

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