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Quick Resource Guide

Mitchell College Quick Resource Guide

Need to know how to connect, who to contact, where to go? Here’s your Quick Guide! And remember, if you’re not sure, contact Mitchell College Advising, and they can connect you to the right resource!

Learn More:
Location: Duques Center, 2nd Floor

Academic Support

The Bentsen Learning Center (BLC) offers fee-based comprehensive academic support for students with diagnosed learning differences and ADHD.
Learn More/Apply:
Alice Murallo, Director

The Tutoring Center
The Tutoring Center is free (limitations may apply) and staffed by professionals in their respective subjects.

Writing Help
Students may get help outlining, drafting, and revising essays 24/7 through Review how to access here.
Meredith Adler, Director of FYE

Accessibility Services

Accessibility Services is committed to ensuring that no qualified student, on the basis of his/her disability, will be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subject to discrimination

In accordance with state and federal law, Mitchell College is committed to providing accommodations to eligible students and visitors with disabilities in order to ensure accessibility and equal opportunities to its programs, services, and activities. Accessibility Services, located in the Duques Center, facilitates reasonable accommodations for students who disclose a disability, meet the eligibility requirement and request accommodations through Accessibility Services.

Comprehensive skill and strategy support goes above and beyond what federal law requires. If you are interested in fee-based comprehensive academic support in addition to accommodations, please visit the Bentsen Learning Center.

Mitchell College Accessibility Services
Duquès Center, Room 308
437 Pequot Ave.
New London, CT 06320

Michelle Lussier
Accessibility Services Coordinator


The Mitchell College Office of Advising is a central part of the student success network, coordinating with departments campus-wide to offer a holistic approach in how we support and challenge you as a student! Your advisor is your “go-to” for information regarding an expansive repertoire of resources at the College designed to help you succeed!

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Athletics & Fitness

Walk-on Tryouts 
Contact the coach of the sport you are interested in!
Athletics Staff Directory

Fan Zone
Mitchell is a member of NCAA Division III and has 12 Varsity teams for you to cheer on! View Mariners game schedules at:

Christina Thompson,
Antaya Lee,

Jono Babbitt,

Joe Pardee,

Chris Leonard,

Fitness Center Hours

Bookstore & Mitchell Gear


Shop for Gear

Show your Mitchell Mariner Pride with gear from the Online Gear Store or order and pick up gear at one of our Mitchell Popup Gear Shop events.

Popup Gear Shop
Follow us to find the next popup event:
Facebook: The Gear Shop at Mitchell College
Instagram: gearshopatmitchell

Campus Map

Find your way around campus at

Campus Safety

Our staff of professional campus safety officers provides campus security for the Mitchell College community 24/7. Visit the campus safety webpage for tips, hotlines, parking information and more.

Learn More:
860-443-0214 or 860-941-9316
Location: Nathan Hale 105

Career Development

Integrative Career Development (ICD) Center & Internships
Learn More:
Paul Dunn, ICD Coordinator,


Information about Commencement for each Academic Year is provided in early spring. Check back for updates and a link to the information for the current year.

Previous Years

Commencement 2024

Complaint Process

Mitchell College Complaint Process

Mitchell College’s complaint policy is available here. You may submit a complaint using this form.

Please contact one of the following individuals with questions or concerns related to their respective areas of oversight:

Academic Concerns / Academic Affairs: 

Dr. Elizabeth Beaulieu

Non-academic Concerns / Student Experience and Belonging: 

Dr. Alicia Martinez

Administrative / Human Resources:

State of CT Complaint Process

Mitchell College participates in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA), which allows institutions offering distance education outside of their home state to enroll students under uniform procedures. The initial responsibility for the investigation and resolution of complaints from students participating in distance education programs at Mitchell College resides with Mitchell College.

A student must first attempt to resolve a complaint by exhausting Mitchell College’s established internal complaint process (see above). The Connecticut Office of Higher Education will not investigate complaints filed by students who have not first sought a resolution with the institution (absent extenuating circumstances). If all remedies at the Mitchell College level have been exhausted and the complaint remains unresolved, the student may file a complaint with the Connecticut Office of Higher Education.

Pursuant to federal regulations and the terms of SARA, the Connecticut Office of Higher Education is responsible for the investigation and resolution of out-of-state student complaints against institutions of higher education based in Connecticut and offering distance education via SARA when complaints are not resolved by the subject institution (in this case, Mitchell College).

All documentation related to the complaint must be provided to the Connecticut Office of Higher Education by the student as part of a complaint filing. The office will then process the complaint and provide copies of all documents filed with the complaint to the institution, which then has 20 days to respond. After receiving a response and conducting an investigation, the Connecticut Office of Higher Education will issue a Findings Report to all parties. The findings report is final.

Click Here to File a Complaint with the State of CT

Connecticut Office of Higher Education
All correspondence, including institutional applications and student complaints, should be sent via email or post to:

Emily Bjornberg SARA Coordinator
Office of Higher Education
450 Columbus Boulevard, Suite 707
Hartford, CT 06103-1841


  •  Issues regarding student life, such as discipline, grading, etc., fall solely within the purview of Mitchell College and are not generally investigated by the Connecticut Office of Higher Education. (This office also does not investigate anonymous complaints or provide legal advice.)
  • Connecticut students enrolled in a distance education program offered by a SARA institution based in another state should contact the portal agency in that state to pursue the complaint process.
  • California is not a member of SARA; online/distance learning students residing in that state are advised to contact the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education.
COVID-19 Protocols

For resources and current information on the College’s COVID-19 protocols, visit

Financial Matters

Your financial support team is here to answer questions!

Paying your statement balance:
Learn More:
Contact: Student Financial Services Team at
Location: Henry Hall

Financial Aid
Learn More:
Location: Henry Hall

Kristen Mercado, Financial Aid Advisor

Elise Kauffman, Associate Director of Admissions and Financial Aid

First-Year Experience

The First-Year Experience is designed to help you transition successfully into college! Our team of advisors, mentors, professors and others helps you discover your personal strengths, build your toolbox to succeed and navigate the Mitchell journey that is distinctly yours!
Meredith Adler, Director of First-Year Experience

Food/Dining: Campus Options

Milner Dining Hall (Clarke Center) is a full-service, all you care to eat dining option, including:

  • Homestyle favorites at Main Plate
  • Grilled-to-order burgers at J. Clark’s Grille
  • Scratch-made pizza at Villa Toscana
  • Many local favorites
  • And much more

The Market Cafe offers a variety of options throughout the day. Our signature grab-and-go program, Chef Fresh and Chef Fresh Home featuring heat and eat meals along with Bravo! Express, which features rotating menus that highlight guests’ favorites including Asian and Mediterranean flavors, along with American classics and Global inspired entrees.

Visit the Dining page for more information about dining options at Mitchell College.

Food/Dining: Michael's Dairy

Michael’s Dairy is a classic, seasonal ice cream shop on campus. Visit for hours and specials.

Health & Wellness

The Mitchell College Health and Wellness Services meet student health needs, offering preventative and educational programs, workshops, assessments and clinics.
Learn More:
Contact: or
Health Clinic & Assessment Services Location: Yarnall Center, 2nd Floor


The Mitchell College Library offers staff support, access to all of our collections and use of the library spaces.

Library Webpage

Library & Information Services:


Campus Map


The Mailroom is located in a white cottage next to Bingham Hall.
Hours: M-F, 9am-3pm

News & Stories

Keep up-t0-date on College news and read stories about members of the Mitchell community.


Orientation and Move-in

Information about orientation and move-in for the upcoming Academic Year is supplied over the summer. Enrolled students will be notified with that information and it will also be posted on this website as soon as it becomes available.

Previous Years:

Orientation and Move-in 2023

Move-in Questions:


All resident and commuter students must obtain a parking permit to park on College property.
Learn More:

Getting Around Town
No car? No worries! We have regional ride opportunities through Uber, Lyft and local taxi services.

Performing Arts

All students are invited to try something new, or build on your experience and talents! Whether you’re interested in theater, select chorus, STEP team, dance, cheer, Radio Mitchell,  or music…there’s a place on stage, or behind the scenes, for you!
Audition & Performance Information:

Theater Contact: Jonathan (Jono) Babbitt at

Music Contact: Jonathan (Jono) Babbitt at

Radio Mitchell Contact: Luke Walden, Faculty Advisor at

STEP Team Contact: Jonathan (Jono) Babbitt, Faculty Advisor at

Dance/Cheer Contact: Jonathan (Jono) Babbitt, Faculty Advisor at

Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs will connect you to fun activities year-round!
Learn More:
Instagram: @mccampuslife

Campus Activities Board (CAB) – Student Led

Student Government Association (SGA)

Residence Life
Residence Hall Directors (RHDs) are trained professional staff members responsible for the overall supervision and management of an
assigned residence hall(s). Your RHD maintains scheduled office hours and is available to talk to you
about any problems or concerns.

Resident Assistants (RAs) are upper-class students who work closely with the residents on their floor(s) and throughout their assigned building. Your RA is your first contact for concerns; do not hesitate to contact your RA!

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Student Code of Conduct

All Mitchell College students are bound to our Student Code of Conduct. This Code includes academic integrity, community standards and disciplinary process of the College. Current students need to log-in to view.
View: Student Code of Conduct


Mitchell Office of Information Technology provides access to a 24/7 Technology Help Desk.
Contact:, 860-701-5190

Title IX

Mitchell College is committed to maintaining a learning and working environment that is free from sexual misconduct and to addressing such misconduct when it occurs. The prohibition of sexual misconduct applies to everyone at Mitchell College, including all faculty members (including academic administrators), staff members (including non-academic administrators), students, trustees, alumni and all visitors to the Mitchell College campus. Visit Title IX.

Work-Study & Campus Jobs

Kristen Mercado, Financial Aid Advisor

Campus Jobs
Christina Kydd, Human Resources Manager