A total of 17,540 students, from 50 states and 146 countries, applied for admission to the Colgate Class of 2025, and 913 enrolled in the class, which has an average GPA of 3.77 out of 4.0, up from 3.69 in 2020.
In this new episode of 13, Chief of Staff to the President Hanna Rodriguez-Farrar explains how Colgate University’s Board of Trustees works, talks about planning a commencement during a pandemic, and tells how one lucky lottery ticket changed the course of her life.
The Max A. Shacknai Center for Outreach, Volunteerism, and Education (COVE) celebrated National Volunteer Week this year with a series of awards for its most dedicated and successful student volunteers.
In this all-new episode of 13 Assistant Dean and Director of International Student Services Kerra Hunter talks about supporting Colgate’s international student population, which currently hails from 44 countries around the world, and the ways the University works to make their transition to studying in the United States as seamless as possible.
Join Professor of Mathematics and LGBTQ Studies Ken Valente and Head of Special Collections and University Archives Professor Sarah Keen as they discuss a multi-year digital history project focused on the legacy of LGBTQ students and activism at Colgate.
The University’s largest-ever single donor shares why he gives to Colgate, as well as what inspires him about The Third-Century Plan and a related series of initiatives designed to bolster arts, creativity, and innovation, in this episode of 13.
A new national public health effort created to foster vaccine education and to combat misinformation has selected President Brian W. Casey as one of the leaders featured in the group’s social media awareness campaign.
Colgate University’s Vice President of Communications Laura H. Jack talks about communicating during a pandemic, building brand consistency within different targeted audiences, and the unique opportunities working at a liberal arts university provides.