The Venue

Events to be held in either the Parker Reed Room in the Alumni Center, or the Colby Museum of Art.

Founded in 1813, Colby is the 12th-oldest private liberal arts college in the country. Located in central Maine, the 714-acre Mayflower Hill campus overlooks downtown Waterville and the Kennebec River Valley.

Colby’s 2,000 students come from nearly every state and more than 70 countries to take advantage of their renowned academic programs, a curriculum that encourages educational exploration, and collaborative learning experiences led by world-class professors.

Colby’s exploratory Jan Plan term, extensive study-abroad opportunities, and graduate-level research experiences are pillars of the Colby education. In both the classroom and the field, students work closely with professors—a collaboration that is transformational for both and often results in lifelong connections.

Co-curricular and campus life programs optimize learning opportunities and help students develop leadership and communication skills. Members of the Colby community come from a range of backgrounds and offer diverse perspectives. Every member of the community has different experiences to share, enriching classroom and dining hall discussions.

Their liberal arts curriculum, combined with many other facets of the Colby experience, prepares students for postgraduate success in nearly every field imaginable. Students graduate with the skills and experience that employers and grad schools desire.