“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
Did you know Colby-Sawyer now offers students the opportunity to graduate with both a bachelor's degree and Master of Business Administration over the course of five years?
Men's soccer captain Couper Gunn '22, a history and political studies major, recently shared his story of coming out as a gay athlete with OutSports.com.
Run in conjunction with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health, a strategic partner of the college for more than 40 years, nursing simulations are conducted using state-of-the-art technology that allow faculty to replicate virtually any clinical scenario.
Colby-Sawyer President Susan D. Stuebner has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.
Colby-Sawyer College has received the largest gift in its 183-year history in the form of a $10.2 million investment by longtime supporters William and Sonja Carlson Davidow ’56.
State-of-the-art simulations prepare nursing students for virtually any clinical scenario.
The Colby-Sawyer community has risen to the challenge of tough times throughout its history, and the COVID-19 pandemic is no different.
School of Business & Social Sciences Associate Professor Amy Carrier Lyon ’85 reflects on her time at Colby-Sawyer in an address to first-year students made during the college’s 183rd Convocation ceremony.
Colby-Sawyer healthcare alumni are making their mark around the region, playing caretaker, friend, support staff and provider to patients desperately in need of care and attention.