Colleges in Connecticut
Connecticut has 1,065 miles of coastal shoreline and is the southernmost part of the New England region. Colleges in Connecticut include the state’s public institutions, the Connecticut State system, as well as the United States Coast Guard Academy. The oldest institution in the Constitution State is Yale University, established in 1701. Top industries are advanced manufacturing, bioscience, digital media, and green technology, as well as insurance and financial services. As the third smallest state in the US, it can be traversed from end to end in less than two hours and has a “humid continental climate,” meaning cold winters and humid summers. It’s home to the Holy Land, USA, the Mystic Seaport, and the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History.