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Student Financial Services
Student Financial Services is the office to contact with questions about financial aid, campus jobs, and student and parent loans. Information is also offered on the Student Financial Services Web site and in the "Financing a Colby Education" brochure available in the Office of Student Financial Services.
Office of the Dean of Students
The Office of the Dean of Students provides services in academic, multicultural affairs and international affairs. Through a 24-hour on-call program, one of the professional members of the staff is available to assist students and parents at any hour.
The Garrison-Foster Health Center is to enhance the academic environment of Colby College by providing quality health care, health education, and preventative services to the Colby Community, particularly students, in a caring, cost effective, and convenient manner.
Information Technology Services
Information Technology Services (ITS) Department is to make available an appropriate information technology environment that provides to each student, faculty member, staff member, and visitor the information technology access, resources, and support that the College establishes as necessary to meet its mission.
The Parent Association offers every parent opportunities to be involved with College activities and provides a formal link to Colby.
During your four years you will find that using your ColbyCard will be an important aspect of your daily life.
All full-time Colby students, regardless of financial aid eligibility, may hold part-time campus jobs. First-year aid recipients with aid in their packages who would like to work are encouraged to access our "First-Years" search and apply web site to secure employment over the summer.
More than 600 men and women, more than one third of the student body, participate in one or more of 32 intercollegiate varsity sports, and a greater number play in the intramural I-Play program and on club teams.