日本一本道a不卡免费Looking for somewhere to relax and recharge? Somewhere to meet a friend over a latte? Somewhere to rock out with fellow musicians? We've got it all.

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College Center at Crozier-Williams

日本一本道a不卡免费Located in the center of campus, the College Center at Crozier-Williams, better known as “Cro,” is the heart of campus activity and social life. It is home to Oasis Snack Shop, Humphrey’s (the campus pub), Cro’s Nest (a bright and airy all-purpose space used for lectures, discussions, concerts and parties), Cro Pit, the Bookshop, Post Office, SGA Office, Community Partnerships, The College Voice, many other student clubs and most offices related to student life.

Students practicing in the MOBROC Barn.

MOBROC Barn

MOBROC (Musicians Organized for Bands Rights on Campus), a student-run support organization, provides bands with access to this practice and performance space. Called "The Barn" or "MOBROC Barn," it is a converted squash court with high ceilings and a second-level balcony that features a full sound system, a place to store instruments and a space to rock out with fellow student musicians.

Two students playing pool in the Smith Game Room.

Smith Game Room

The Smith game room is a great spot to relax with friends and unwind after a busy day or hectic week. Located on the ground floor of Smith House, it features plenty of table games including ping pong, air hockey and pool; dozens of board games, picture puzzles; and wall-mounted televisions.

Students sitting and talking on Tempel Green.

Tempel Green

Tempel Green, which offers sweeping views of Long Island Sound, is a favorite place to study and relax. In warmer months, students gather for picnic lunches, group study sessions and Ultimate frisbee competitions. In the winter, you are likely to encounter a few friendly snowmen or even an igloo. Some professors move their classes to Tempel Green, which features an outdoor classroom fashioned from granite.

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Unity House

日本一本道a不卡免费Every day at Unity, the College's multicultural center, you can find students of all backgrounds sharing in the community as they find spaces of comfort in the lounge areas, and evenings, gathering with friends to prepare a meal in the kitchen. Unity also offers culturally affirming and educational programs.

Race and Ethnicity Programs at Unity House

Zachs Hillel House

The Zachs Hillel House opened in January 2014 and serves as the home base for the College's Hillel student organization. The building features a kosher kitchen; a great room for studying, lectures and dinners; a library; conference room; and office space. Downstairs, comfy chairs and couches surround televisions, with Ping-Pong tables and games at the ready.

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Jewish Community

The Womxn's Center

日本一本道a不卡免费The Womxn's Center is located on the lower level of Smith and Burdick Houses. It provides a safe, welcoming environment for all students to engage and discuss gender-related topics. Comfortable couches and a television make the space inviting and warm, and books and resources on gender issues are plentiful.

The Womxn's Center
Interior of the LGBTQIA Center's space.

LGBTQIA Center

The LGBTQIA Center serves as a resource for the entire College community to learn about issues related to gender identity and sexuality. Organizations on campus are invited to reseve space in the Center for meetings and events, and it's a comfortable space for relaxing, studying and discussion.

The Center produces a printed and digital guide to identify faculty with expertise in LGBTQIA and/or gender and sexuality studies.

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LGBTQIA Center
Students chatting on the steps in front of the pond in the Arboretum.

The Connecticut College Arboretum

The Connecticut College Arboretum is 750 acres of beautiful landscape that actually includes the College's campus. The Arboretum extends across Mohegan Avenue, encompasing the nationally-recognized Caroline Black Garden, as well as Mamacoke Island. On the Williams Street side of campus, you can find the Native Plant Collection, a large outdoor amphitheater, and Buck Lodge, all of which surround the pond. The Arboretum (or "Arbo") is a beautiful place to walk, hike, study, picnic or just get away to clear your mind. The Arbo is open daily until sunset and you can find maps and information in the Arboretum office on the first floor of Olin Science Center.

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The Arboretum