Events

Monday, April 3

Course Registration for Fall 2017 Term

Please see the course registration web page for the registration schedule. For a full-year view of the official academic calendar please visit...

Through.

What does it mean to be through? To pass through a passage, a membrane, or an experience. In one side, out the other. Changed, for better or worse, or just...

Administrative Deans' Open Office Hours

As a Colgate student, you are assigned an administrative dean. Administrative deans work to help you navigate your way through Colgate. The nature of your...

Geography, Innovation, and Economic Growth: Insights from Graduate Study

The Department of Geography proudly presents Christopher Esposito ’14 and Melissa Haller ’16 presenting Geography, Innovation, and Economic Growth: Insights...

Lifelong Learning Program — The Refugee Crisis Within Our Own Borders: Iraqi Refugees and the Broken American Refugee Resettlement Program

We are all aware of the current refugee crisis plaguing our world — the worst in recorded history. At the moment over 65 million people are displaced...

Professor Christian Laes,  "(Not so?)  Equal in the Sight of God and Greek Democracy.  Disability History in the Mediterranean World:  Antiquity and Late Antiquity."

The Department of The Classics, Edmands-Merrill Lecture Fund presents Professor Christian Laes, Department of History, Antwerp University. "(Not so?) Equal...

Social Scene and Drinking Culture at Colgate

This PE passport is a student-led discussion workshop about Colgate's social scene and drinking culture, facilitated by Liz Arenare '18 and Nicole Lue '18....

The Disruptor Economy

Over the last 10 years, the sharing economy has exploded. Uber operates a global transportation network without owning a single car. Airbnb has more rooms...

Monday, April 3