Previous Events

Celebrate the Season

Please join fellow alumni for festive celebrations of vibrant regional Colby communities this winter. Receptions will be held in Boston, Portland, New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago, and San Francisco.

Homecoming Weekend 2022

October 14-16, 2022

Show your Colby spirit and join fellow alumni, parents, and friends for Homecoming Weekend! Cheer for our athletes, celebrate, and reconnect with old friends and new, and explore the latest developments on Mayflower Hill and in Waterville.

Paving the Road to a Future in Finance

October 11, 2022

Please join DavisConnects Tuesday, Oct.11 for the 11th annual Paving the Road to a Future in Finance program at the Aloft Boston Seaport District Hotel, 401-403 D St. Boston, Mass.

Colby Summer Receptions

Colby will hold a series of receptions across the country in August 2022. Incoming families and local members of the Colby community are encouraged to attend.

Reunion Weekend 2022

June 2-12, 2022

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Mayflower Hill. Whether it’s been decades since you last stepped foot on campus or you feel like you were a student just yesterday, Colby will always be a place you can call home. Join us to reminisce, reconnect, and engage. Register today!

Colby Mini-Reunion in Boston

April 27, 2022

Colby is hosting a happy hour to connect Boston area alumni who are not celebrating a reunion this summer. We invite you to join members of the Classes of 1998, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2008, and 2009 for a mini-reunion at Za in Cambridge, Mass. Hear updates from Colby and meet some alumni volunteers.

Giving Tuesday 2021

November 30, 2021

Thanks to the Alumni Council, any gift of $1–$99 made to Colby on this global day of philanthropy will be boosted to $100! One boost per donor. Boosted dollars will go to Colby’s greatest needs to list up the next generation of changemakers.

Art&: Titian, Thompson, and Mythmaking

October 25, 2021

Like many American painters of his generation, Bob Thompson sought inspiration in mythological subjects. In Thompson’s case, this meant reinterpreting compositions such as Titian’s Perseus and Andromeda, which is currently on view in the United States for the first time.

Art&: Art and Social Change

October 21, 2021

Join us for a conversation about how art can empower social justice work. Hear from educators and artists who center a Bob Thompson painting in Project Reset, a diversion program based in the New York City area in which participants can attend an arts program as an alternative to appearing in court.