Resources

The Pugh Center Resources

Pugh Center Common Learning Room 

This gathering space for the campus community is an open space that can be reserved for programming by students, faculty, and staff in the Colby community.  To reserve this space one must submit a Pugh Center Event Form

Pugh Center Resource Library

Resource area - web

The Pugh Center has many resources on diverse topics. To borrow DVD's, books, and magazines please review our list of holdings and participate in our materials check out process. The campus community is welcome to borrow materials for 2-weeks. Please return items when due, or non-compliance may result in a fine or loss of borrowing privileges.

Funding Resources:

In addition to requesting funds from the Pugh Center, campus community members can request funds from the Cultural Events Committee.

The Cultural Events Committee (CEC) accepts requests for co-sponsorship of events, learning opportunities, and lectures. Requesting funds includes submission of a completed Cultural Events Form.  Due to the proposal review process (all proposals are reviewed by the Cultural events Committee) so please submit in a timely manner.  Please note if the CEC agrees to co-sponsor, it is expected that publicity will reflect our sponsorship and acknowledgment at the event should be provided.

The funds that support the CEC's sponsorship are:

  • The Guy P. Gannett Lecture Fund - Established in 1963 to be devoted to "general scholarly subjects not covered by established lectures at Colby."
  • Herbert Carlyle Libby Lecture Fund - Established in 1997 to "provide support for bringing speakers to campus."
  • Donna and Martin Ritter Lecture Fund - Established in 1999 to "support lectures and other student programs that would offer alternatives to social activities centered on alcohol."
  • Spencer Fund - World Unity