Colby-Sawyer College Tuition Reset

On Sept. 7, Colby-Sawyer College announced a new, lower tuition of $17,500 for all undergraduate students beginning in fall 2023, aligning the posted tuition with the net cost that most students actually pay after financial aid is factored in. Interim Vice President of…

Featuring Colby Vokernick '25My CSC Story

What do you get when you combine a hardworking Wesson Honors student, a major in nursing, a minor in healthcare management, a student ambassador for the admissions department, a member of the Presidential Blue Key Society, a strong passion for theater and this…

Front and Center at Colby-Sawyer

If you visit Colby-Sawyer College, a new, yet familiar, face will be greeting you at the front desk. Jen Ellis ’85 has recently taken on the role as visitor services coordinator and is ready to greet visiting prospective students, families, alumni, donors and…

Featuring Bella SilvaMy CSC Story

Kind heart, determination, the color purple, dad jokes, blonde hair, intelligence, drive to be successful, hustle, mother-hen. These are just some of the things that make Bella Silva who she is. Bella came to Colby-Sawyer College in 2019 after being recruited…

Introducing the New VP of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Ronnie Price had never stepped foot in New Hampshire before coming to campus for his interview. He remembers people in Atlanta telling him that it was going to be cold. “I will probably always remember that day because I was in a regular…

Why I am In Love with Cancer

While I was recovering from breast cancer surgery, my mind was racing a mile a minute with questions: What have I done with my life so far? Where and how do I start the real work I have, for no good reason, been…

With Pain Comes Strength

Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or a year, but eventually it will subside and something else will take its place. If I quit, however, it lasts forever. - Lance Armstrong. Mark Macenas ’98…

Word Order

Word Order is the creative writing club that has been in existence since 1931 at Colby-Sawyer College. The club is not just for creative and professional writing majors. It’s for anyone who has a passion for the art of writing. Whether it be…

Challenge Accepted

Every December, Gretchen Garceau Kragh ’91 attends a competitive cookie exchange held by a friend. And every year, she arrives at the party with a different themed cookie. Once it was the Grinch, another time it was Christmas in Texas (the Alamo, cactus…

The Life of a Storyteller

I walked into the ceremony racing against the clock. The usher handed me a program and I found a seat close to the front. I opened my notebook to a blank page and began to write feverishly as speaker after speaker honored the…

Julianna DeGray ’24My CSC Story

I guess the saying is true. Time really does fly by. I can’t believe I’m going into my junior year of college. The last two years have been memorable, to say the least. The friends I’ve made and the people I’ve met…

Accessing Accommodations on Campus

At Colby-Sawyer College, one of the tools available for students to succeed is in the form of the Office of Access Resources. According to Director of Access Resources Katie Vedova, “Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, it’s a requirement that there are accommodations…

The Voice of Students

On Tuesday evenings during the academic year, Colby-Sawyer’s Student Government Association (SGA) gathered in Ware 005 to discuss the latest happenings on campus. As president, senior Amira Eid led the weekly meetings, listening to reports from senators in the group. As the end…

Just Keep Swimming

Helaina Sacco, head coach of Colby-Sawyer College’s swimming and diving team, has always been near the water. Growing up on the south shore of Massachusetts, Sacco said, “My parents wanted us to be water safe, which led to swim lessons, and then that…

Design with CAUSE

Michael Lepore ’12 has always been interested in art and drawing. As a child, Lepore enjoyed learning photo editing software and programs such as Paint. As a freshman in high school, he excelled in an applied art and graphic art/printing course. He remembered…

One Family, Three Generations

In honor of Mother’s Day, we would like to celebrate a family with three generations of women that have called Colby-Sawyer College their home. Mary Loudon Eckert ’51, Marcie Eckert Stockwell ’86 and Maggie Stockwell ’20 all attended, loved and graduated from CSC. …