For the past 25 years Vice President for Administration and Treasurer Douglas Terp has been involved in influential administrative decisions.
Associate Director of Campus Life Kim Kenniston and Associate Dean of Students Jed Wartman have been working to create an online housing system to replace the current one that involves pen and paper.
After 14 years of service, College President William “Bro” Adams has officially announced that he will retire in June 2014.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Office released the College’s Diversity Report for academic year 2011-12 in December of 2012.
College President William “Bro” Adams announced his retirement plan in an Official Announcement to all students on Wednesday, Jan. 9. Adams will step down from the position on June 30, 2014.
College President William “Bro” Adams announced the foundation of the Trustee Task Force on Student Accountability on Monday, Oct. 29.
Jordan Bermingham brings 20 years of outdoor education experience to his position as the College's new assistant director of campus life and outdoor safety.
Hugh J. Gourley III, Director Emeritus of the Colby College Museum of Art, passed away on July 25 at 81 years of age.
President William “Bro” Adams announced via Official Notice on Sept. 10 that the College has established three areas designated for tobacco use.
Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Deborah Dutton resigned this summer in order to accept a position at the University of New Hampshire (UNH).
Last month, the Board of Trustees met to discuss the controversy surrounding their leader and former Barclays Bank CEO Bob Diamond ’73, ultimately reaffirming his position within the College.
Members of the College community attended the annual State of the College address on Monday, Sept. 10.
Once you first stepped foot on Mayflower Hill, your tour guide probably told you, “Colby has a great Alumni Network.” Which led me to think, “What does that even mean? Who cares? Tell me about the parties and athletics.”
Special Assistant to the President Janice Kassman has decided to retire at the end of this school year after 38 years of service to the College in various positions.
The College has been given the results of the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), taken by students in the spring of 2011, and has begun to release interesting statistics about the educational experience of students on the Hill.
A search committee to appoint a Dean of Religious and Spiritual Life, a new position at the College, began interviewing its top candidates this month. Already, the College has seen three of its five candidates with positive student and administrative feedback.
The College has decided to reveal some of its investments in order to show its commitment to socially responsible practices.
The College has named Daniel Shea as the next director of the Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement, President William Adams announced on March 7.
After serving for nine years as the Director of the Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement, Professor Sandy Maisel will step down from his position at the end of the 2012 spring semester.