Colby-Sawyer Welcomes Eight Local Students

More local students making their hometowns proud...

NEW LONDON, NH - Colby-Sawyer welcomes our newest Chargers to campus, including first-year and transfer students.

  • Cathal Daly of Harwich (02645), majoring in crime and legal studies.
  • Grace Walsh of Marstons Mills (02648), majoring in athletic training.
  • Jennifer Hollis of Dennis (02638), majoring in athletic training.
  • Samantha Hennessy of Mashpee (02649), majoring in biology.
  • Calie Sorenson of Sandwich (02563), majoring in exercise science.
  • Madeline Belanger of Nantucket (02554), majoring in exercise science.
  • Aoife Daly of Harwich (02645), majoring in nursing.
  • Mia Pizzuto of West Barnstable (02668), majoring in public health.

About Colby-Sawyer College

U.S. News and World Report has recognized Colby-Sawyer as a Best Regional College in its category - North (#8), Best Value College (#4) and Best Undergraduate Teaching (#4) in its 2020 Best Colleges issue. Founded in 1837 in the heart of the scenic Lake Sunapee Region of central New Hampshire, Colby-Sawyer is a comprehensive college with an emphasis on the liberal arts and sciences, a focus on professional preparation and a commitment to individualized experiences. Students choose from a variety of innovative majors in the School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business and Social Sciences, and the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Colby-Sawyer's transformative teaching and learning community, which includes an enhanced partnership with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health, promotes students' academic, intellectual and personal growth. Graduate outcome data indicates that 99% of 2018 graduates are employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation. Learn more at colby-sawyer.edu.


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