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The first digit indicates the course level and the class or classes eligible to take the course:
Permission of the instructor is required to confirm enrollment in a course of a level not open to the student's class.
The curriculum for each semester, available at the Registrar's Office and on the Registrar's Web page, provides information about the time and place of classes as well as their final examination group numbers. Course enrollment limits and priorities for admission to courses are set by departments; this information is also included in the curriculum from which courses are selected.
Courses listed in the catalogue as well as the curriculum are subject to withdrawal at the discretion of the College administration. Departments reserve the right to limit enrollment in any course and to establish priorities for courses that might be overenrolled.
Faculty on leave or directing Colby programs abroad are listed on page 250.
Courses that fulfill the requirement in Diversity are designated by a bold-faced D.
With the exception of "topics" courses and seminars in which subject matter varies, courses may not be repeated for additional credit.
Critical Dates and Deadlines
Every effort is made to ensure that this information is correct. If you received conflicting information, have questions, or would like clarification, please contact the Registrar at 207-872-3000.
Colby is a four-year, residential, liberal arts college in Waterville, Maine. Colby offers undergraduate courses during fall and spring semesters and grants bachelors of arts degrees.