We had beautiful fall weather for the ABSN student social earlier this week! Chargers were able to connect with fellow peers in the ABSN program over refreshments and a stunning view of Mount Kearsarge.
Another Mountain Day for the books! There were hundreds of Chargers in their tie-dyed Mountain Day t-shirts who joined us for the annual hike up Mount Kearsarge, a college tradition that began in the mid-1800s.
Construction continues to progress smoothly at the Janet Udall Schaefer '52 Center for Health Sciences! The 20,590 square-foot academic building is slated to open next fall.
The clouds cleared just in time for the Class of 2026's cruise on Lake Sunapee! The cruise closed a week of events throughout campus that celebrated the sophomore class for completing their first year of college at Colby-Sawyer.
Susan Blair's dreams of becoming a child educator came to a tragic end on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. But through a scholarship in her name, Susan's dream — and her story — continue to live.
Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences Hilary Williams has been selected as one of 37 talented and accomplished members of Leadership New Hampshire’s Class of 2024.
Colby-Sawyer College has once again been recognized for the quality and dedication of its faculty, earning its second No. 1 ranking in three years in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Undergraduate Teaching category. U.S. News also ranked Colby-Sawyer fourth in its Best Value Schools category and a No. 12 ranking in its Best Regional Colleges North list.
Since graduation, Jacob Winn ’21 has been educating the local community about environmental issues. His newest position is with New Hampshire Sea Grant, based in Durham.
Dallas Robinson ’21 puts his sport management degree to work at Vanderbilt University as an account executive with Learfield Amplify.
Colby-Sawyer College welcomes seven new full-time faculty members this fall, including three to the School of Nursing & Health Sciences, one to the School of Arts & Sciences and three to the School of Business & Social Sciences.
Following her graduation, Shannon Huff ’22 accepted a full-time position as an RN at DHMC. She has recently taken on new challenges by moving to the intermediate special care unit.