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Colby College Admissions
Acceptance Rate 9%
Acceptance Deadline January 1
Colby College Cost
Average Cost* $19,597
Average Total Aid Awarded $63,725
Students Receiving Financial Aid 39.83%
*Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.
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Colby College Academics
Student Faculty Ratio 10:1
Colby College Majors
Most Popular Majors
- Political Science and Government
- Environmental Science
- International Studies
- Computer Science
Colby College Online
Offers Online Courses No
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Jasmine attained a B.A. in history and American Studies from Colby College. During her time at Colby, she noticed the link between college accessibility, diversity, ability, and structural inequalities, which led her to pursue a graduate degree in higher education. She holds an M.S. Ed. in higher education from the University of Pennsylvania. Jasmine has 5+ years of experience assisting students in their college and scholarship pursuits. Former students have earned Gates, Questbridge, Horatio Alger, and Jack Kent Cooke Scholarships. She has also helped students gain admission to top institutions such as Cornell, WashU, Colby, Bowdoin, Columbia, Emory, UC Davis, Yale, SMU, Stanford, Vanderbilt, and Tulane among others. Jasmine's educational philosophy: student learning is the focus; student success is the goal. Jasmine was recently selected as one of six College Board Fellows, where she was recognized as a person-to-watch, national scholar, and rising leader in closing the educational attainment gap. She was also selected as a RESULTS fellow for her work as an activist and leader fighting against poverty.
Hi! I'm Sophie, a rising senior at Harvard studying Integrative Biology with a minor in Earth & Planetary Sciences. I’ve worked as an undergraduate researcher in a variety of areas (from neuroscience to biochemistry to climate change!), and I’m currently writing my senior thesis on urban ecology. Outside of class and the lab, I love singing a cappella, making theatre, and writing satire for the campus comedy publication. I’ve tutored and mentored many high school students, so I know all the excitement and nerves that come with applying to college. I’m looking forward to working with you to craft a stellar essay, shore up your candidate profile, and find the perfect fit!
Hi! My name is Moshan and I am a graduating senior at Columbia University. I transferred to Columbia as a first-semester sophomore from Colby College in order to pursue a BA in Human Evolutionary Biology. For my first three years of college, I was on the pre-medical track and did everything from conducting research on drosophila fruitflies to working as a medical assistant at a gastroenterology center. In my senior year at Columbia, I made the transition to consulting and I'll be starting as a full-time analyst at a media and entertainment consulting firm in LA later this year. Having gone through the college application process three times - first as a Questbridge scholar, then as a Regular Decision applicant, and finally as a transfer applicant - I hope to help students craft unique college applications that stand out every step of the way.
I graduated with degrees in Political Science and English (although my academic interests span farther than these two - at one point I was deciding between 4 majors!) from Wellesley College. At Wellesley, I was a campus-wide writing tutor starting my sophomore year, and held a few other roles (editor-in-chief of the Wellesley Review, a public speaking tutor, debater, and a First Year Mentor). Nowadays, I currently manage the healthcare division of a consulting firm, and spend my free time reading thought-pieces and non-fiction books, along with pursuing a new passion for hip hop dancing!
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