During Commencement 2018, Colby-Sawyer will recognize members of the college and greater community for outstanding contributions to higher education and the life of Colby-Sawyer students.
Since 2005, Theodore “T.J.” Smith has shared his expertise with students in the classroom and with student-athletes as they compete for the Chargers athletic teams.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen is recognized for her dedication to the state of New Hampshire, leadership and service to its citizens, and for being a champion of access to quality education at all levels.
Often called "the president who saved Colby-Sawyer," Peggy A. Stock was the first female president of the college and served from 1986 to 1995.
Morgan Forrest, a business administration major with a concentration in marketing and a minor in graphic design from Brewer, Maine, is a multitalented member and leader of the Class of 2018.
Curtis Warren, an exercise science major from Morrill, Maine, balances excellence and leadership in the classroom and beyond.
Ben is a pre-med track biology major with minors in studio art and chemistry from Abbot, Maine. Ashley is a nursing major with a child development minor from Alexandria, N.H.