CENTER FOR DISCOVERY, GLOBAL IMPACT, AND POSTGRADUATE ACHIEVEMENT
Slated to open in fall 2017, the new center will support expanded initiatives to ensure funded access to internships, research opportunities, and global experiences for all Colby students.
DESTINATIONS OF THE CLASS OF 2015 INCLUDE
Fortune 500 companies, global nonprofits, and leading firms that recruit on-campus. Within six months of graduation, 95 percent of the Class of 2015 were either employed or in graduate or professional school.
DEDICATED PRE-HEALTH AND PRE-LAW ADVISORS
A host of resources (including internships and job shadowing) help students thrive in application processes while maintaining the flexibility to enhance their medical or law practice by pursuing a broad liberal arts education. Colby’s five-year medical school acceptance rate is nearly double the 2015 national average, and graduates were admitted to 16 of the country’s top 20 law schools during the 2015 cycle.
With ingredients from the classroom, Colbians are helping to shape a new Maine, on the farm, in the sea, at the restaurant table.
Opportunities beckon for the first graduates of Colby’s interdisciplinary computation majors.
New York Times freelance photographer Edwin Torres ’12 discovers a life-changing perspective.
Peter Agelasto ’96 thinks like an archaeologist to help Bob Dylan and others preserve their legacies.
Carey Powers ’14 turns a decade-long “obsession” into a labor of love.
Helicopter paramedic Mike Choate ’97 flies to the rescue.
The Memphis Inner City Rugby program was born of responsibilities emphasized on Mayflower Hill.
Haolu “Lulu” Wang ’10 traded finance for the lens of filmmaking.