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Summer Progress Report


I am often that teacher at times who so often feels defeated by students who are indifferent, lazy, and unable to organize themselves for future opportunities.

I am here to report that something has got to be in the water these kids are drinking! I have a group of students who are self-motivated. I do not have to repeat instructions twice. They get it.


In addition, they are organized, with diaries, making appointments, getting internships done, spectacular.

Need I mention the progress being made every week academically? They use their SAT, GRE, LSAT books and do the additional work. There are students getting 41/44 on Writing and Language papers. And we are not even in the month of September. Groovy.


So I salute this cohort of students. Keep on doing what you are doing. I won't shout too loudly from the hilltop but I am most impressed.


 

Greetings! Students can now apply for admission to Colgate using the Common App, Coalition on Scoir, or QuestBridge application. Colgate’s test-optional pilot program makes submission of SAT and ACT scores optional for all applicants through 2026.


Application Deadlines

Early Decision I: November 15 Early Decision II and Regular Decision: January 15

Summer Series on Demand

Recordings of Colgate’s summer webinar series are now available on demand. Topics include starting the college search, understanding the liberal arts, application preview, and more.

Visit Colgate This Fall

Visit experiences are offered in the morning and afternoon most days of the week. They include an information session led by an admission officer followed by a student-led campus tour. Register for a visit on a day and time that work for you.

Sincerely, Gary Ross


The Jones and Wood Family Vice President for Admission and Financial Aid


Research at Colgate:

A–Z

From Antarctica to Instagram to superconducting electrical circuits, topics explored by professors and students run the gamut.

Read the story >>


Happiness in Hamilton and Elation in Iceland

Prof. Rebecca Shiner and her students explore centuries-old questions on happiness.

Read the story >>


LGBTQ+ Asians in the Entertainment Industry

Film and media studies major Claire Chen ’24 describes her research on Asian LGBTQ+ experiences in the film industry.

Read the story >>


New York Six Receives $1.5 Million Mellon Foundation Grant

The grant will fund a three-year program to provide an intensive leadership experience for faculty in the humanities who aspire to academic leadership roles.

Read the story >>


Summer in Hamilton, N.Y.

From farmer’s markets to parades to bonfires, Hamilton and the surrounding area are a hub of activity throughout the warmer months.

Read the story >>


13 Bits of Colgate News

Only have a minute to catch up on Colgate? Scan these 13 news nuggets.

Scan the nuggets >>


 


The Time to Apply is Now!

Make sure your students don't miss the chance to join other international students from more than 123 countries and explore Temple’s top-tier academic programs. At Temple, students benefit from Temple’s location in a major east-coast city with lots to do and a wide range of industries. Encourage your students to apply using the Common Application, available here. If you or your students have any questions about the process, learn How to Apply here. We look forward to welcoming your students into our vibrant Temple community, where they will receive all the support they need to ensure their success.



Get your students involved!

Students can learn more by scheduling an appointment with our staff or connecting with our current students.


 

We want the world's best and brightest students at Bowdoin, so we're taking bold steps for access.

You may have heard the big news from earlier this summer: Bowdoin is now need blind for international citizens. And, as part of our work to reduce application barriers, we are also glad to share additional news: we no longer require applicants to provide English proficiency test scores. We're proud to welcome brilliant students to Bowdoin from around the world, regardless of their background. If a student wishes to submit English language proficiency test scores (such as the TOEFL, iELTS, or Duolingo English Test), we're happy to review them. However, while strong knowledge of English is essential to be a successful student at Bowdoin, we don’t need a test to tell us how they express their thoughts and their curiosity. To learn more about Bowdoin, financial aid, holistic application review, and topics of interest to international students, sign up for a virtual information session on August 13 at 8:30 a.m. eastern time.

And remember: our application is now open. We'll waive the application fee automatically for anyone who is applying for financial aid or is the first in their family to attend college. No need to reach out and ask: students simply apply without the fee. Learn more about applying as an international student and email us at international@bowdoin.edu if you have questions.

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