Founded in 1813, Colby College is a 4-year institution in Waterville, Maine, that serves only undergraduates. The test-optional school promises to meet 100% of demonstrated need through the Colby Commitment so that “the most talented students from every background have access to the best possible education.” Colby’s 714-acre campus offers 58 majors and 35 minors that are “connected to the world’s challenges, meaningful global connections, and an integrated campus experience.” The college is also home to the Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs, Museum of Art, and Pugh Center for inclusion.
The people here are generally nice. Classes are fairly challenging and give a fair amount of homework. Students generally don't get off campus as often as they might at other (more urban) schools, which builds a greater sense of community, but also creates a bit of a bubble.
Isaac from Western NC
colby perfectly encompasses the liberal arts with plenty of research and internship opportunities. the campus, people, and staff/faculty are all truly beautiful on the inside and out. people are constantly looking out for you, while still keeping a competitive edge on athletics and academics.