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Financial Aid & Scholarships

We Invest in You

While a Colby-Sawyer education starts with an affordable $18,026 tuition, we also strive to acknowledge your abilities and accomplishments through a variety of awards, scholarships and funds.


A Student-Centered Approach

With a community of under 1,000 students and an average class size of 19, it's easy to build close relationships with your faculty. With individualized attention, they support your health, wellness and growth.

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Find Your Calling

Work with a Sense of Purpose

One hundred percent of 2022 graduates and 95% of 2023 graduates were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation. And, 93% of 2023 graduates are working in an industry directly or somewhat directly related to their major.

Chelsea Perry ’21, ’22 MBA

“I use my Colby-Sawyer experience almost every day. CSC focuses on teaching relevant skills students will use in the workplace.”

Colby-Sawyer Athletics

Go Chargers!

Discover the winning spirit of the Colby-Sawyer College Chargers! With a proud tradition of excellence, our athletes compete at the highest level while embodying sportsmanship and dedication.

Clubs & Organizations

Explore Your Passions

Get involved and make lifelong friends through our numerous extra-curricular opportunities. Whatever you're passionate about, there's a place for you here.

Mountain Day

See You at the Top

A tradition since the 1850s, on a surprise day in the fall the bell rings atop Colgate Hall, signaling classes are canceled. The whole community heads to nearby Mt. Kearsarge to hike, enjoy a cookout and take in the view.


Ninety-three percent of 2023 graduates are employed in their field of study.  


At Colby-Sawyer, where there is one faculty member for every ten undergraduate students, your professors will truly get to know you.


In 2023, Colby-Sawyer was ranked first for undergraduate teaching by US News & World Report.