Discover Colby’s True North

Academic Impact

Colby Announces Halloran Lab for Entrepreneurship

Academic Impact

$2-Million Gift Goes Directly to Newly Tenured Colby Faculty

Intellectual Culture & Inclusivity

Colby Receives $7-Million Gift to Expand Access for Maine Students

Universal Student Experiences

Pay It Northward Links Talented Colby Graduate with Career Pathway in Data Analytics

Arts & Innovation

Behind the Scenes with Co-Curator of Inside Out: The Prints of Mary Cassatt

Community & Engagement

Alumni Council: Linking Alumni Across Generations

Community & Engagement

Building Connections for the First-Year Family Experience

Universal Student Experiences

Shaquan Huntt ’13: Reflecting Back, Looking Forward

Community & Engagement

Colby’s People and Projects are Making Local Impact

Intellectual Culture & Inclusivity

Dare Northward: The Next Ascent

Academic Impact

National Science Foundation Grant to Help Colby and Partner Institutions Unravel Unknowns in Cell Division

Arts & Innovation

Colby Museum to Reopen to Public on June 4

Intellectual Culture & Inclusivity

Bringing the Colby Experience to Life

Arts & Innovation

Art is the Vehicle. The Mirken Family Endowment for Education is the Fuel.

Intellectual Culture & Inclusivity

Heidi Irving Naughton ’88: Opening Doors for Students and the Community Through the 1813 Society

Athletics & Wellness

Colby Athletics: Sitting Down with Seniors

SLICE: Social Justice and Art with Maine Inside Out and the Colby College Museum of Art

October 20, 2021

At this interactive virtual workshop, Bashir Matan, Noah Bragg, and Stacy Perez of Maine Inside Out, Portland, will give teens an understanding of what it means to create art that is inspired by social justice issues.

Art& Dread Scott: The Art of Liberation

October 12, 2021

Dread Scott imagines a world free of oppression and exploitation, with resistance and liberation at the forefront. During this talk, the artist will present a range of work from the past 30 years that addresses themes of American identity and patriotism.

Colby College Book Club: ‘The Book of Longings’

October 1, 2021 - December 8, 2021

There will be ongoing weekly discussions featuring different topics on the Colby Book Club’s online forum Oct. 1 - Dec. 8. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with alumni, family and friends and to engage in meaningful discussions about great books. Join anytime to be part of the conversation.