A new major survey of alumni engagement, the first since 2008, reveals strong support among those who once climbed Colgate’s hill, and data collected from this effort is slated to help inform planning in the alumni office for years to come.
The Third-Century Plan, unveiled last May, underscores the University’s intention to recruit scholars of the first order for new tenure-track teaching positions. In keeping with its ambitious plan, Colgate is announcing a series of enhancements to faculty hiring packages.
Colgate University and Service to School (S2S) are proud to announce a new partnership through the Service to School VetLink Program. Colgate joins 21 prestigious institutions committed to transforming higher education and college access for student veterans.
Changes to Colgate’s Student Health Services this academic year will increase clinical care availability on campus while also bolstering sports-medicine support for Division I athletes, student club teams, and intramurals.
MacDonell “Don” Roehm Jr. ’61 earned All-American and All-State honors for his skill as a Colgate soccer fullback. His passion for protecting Colgate athletics off the field as well was enshrined in a $4 million endowment bequest.
Madison County’s Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program, of which Colgate University is a partner, has expanded to provide services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year countywide, with options in where to obtain care.
According to experts in the field, 90 percent of the world’s data has been generated in the past two years. To ensure digital literacy in New York State, two Colgate University librarians, Jesi Buell and Joshua Finnell, seek to expand the skills of regional librarians.