“Colby-Sawyer gave me the opportunity to study sport management and experience a completely different part of the country that came with a rich sports culture. I also love campus and the fact that I’m always crossing paths with someone I know.”
Quinn Stuebner ’21
“Once I arrived on campus, everyone was so welcoming and willing to help me out with anything I needed. Also, because of the small class sizes, I’m able to get to know my professors much better than I would have if I had attended a larger school.”
Giovani Dos Reis ’23
“This campus really feels like a second home to me. Everyone here is so friendly and willing to go out of their way to improve somebody else's day. I knew the first time I visited campus that this is where I was meant to be.”
Hayley Scherer ’22
As a human resources intern at Stonyfield Organic, business administration major Julia Lanctot ’21 got firsthand experience at a multi-million dollar yogurt company.
History and political studies major Carly Pusateri ’19 completes the college’s dual bachelor’s and law degree program.
Environmental studies major Steve Hash ’07 credits those at Colby-Sawyer who inspired his passion for the environment and recognizes how his time at the college continues to impact his life.
Nursing majors learn to balance academics with athletics to find success in their sport and in their scrubs.
Months after Colby-Sawyer College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health announced news of an enhanced partnership aimed at supporting critical workforce needs, significant headway is already being made.
Colby-Sawyer College has once again been awarded a $1.2 million grant by the Pussycat Foundation to support two additional cohorts of BOLD Women’s Leadership Network scholars.
U.S. News & World Report has once again ranked Colby-Sawyer as a top 10 institution in three categories in its 2021 Best College issue.
The Colby-Sawyer College Board of Trustees has elected Bernard Botchway ’15 of Charlotte, N.C., as its newest trustee.