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  • University Catalogue and Academic Information
    Arts Core Curriculum Linguistics Literature in Translation Marine Science Freshwater Science Mathematics Medieval and Renaissance Studies Middle Eastern Studies and Islamic Civilization Molecular Biology Music Native American Studies Natural Sciences Neuroscience Peace and Conflict Studies Philosophy Physical Education Physical Science Physics and Astronomy Pre Engineering Political Science Pre Engineering Psychology Religion Romance Languages and Literatures Russian and Eurasian Studies Social Sciences Sociology Spanish Theater University Studies Women s Studies Writing and Rhetoric Course Offerings We do not offer every course listed in the catalogue every semester You can use the tool below to see the current and past semesters course offerings Term Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Spring 2013 Fall 2012 Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Spring 2011 Fall 2010 Spring 2010 Fall 2009 Spring 2009 Fall 2008 Department Program African American Studies Environmental Geology Medieval Renaissance St African Studies Environmental Studies Middle East Islamic St Africana Latin Amer Studies Extended Study Music Anthropology Film Media Studies Native American Studies Art and Art History French Neuroscience Asian Studies Geography Peace Conflict Studies Astronomy Geology Philosophy Biology German Physical Education Recreation Caribbean Studies Greek Physics Chemistry Hebrew Political Science Chinese History Psychology Classics International Relations Religion Computer Science Italian Russian and Eurasian Studies Core Curriculum Japanese Social Science Economics Jewish Studies Sociology Educational Studies Latin Spanish English Latin American Studies Theater Environmental Biology LGBTQ Studies University Studies Environmental Economics Linguistics Women s Studies Environmental Geography Mathematics Writing Rhetoric Instructor Last Name Level All 100 200 300 400 Meets M T W R F Sat Sun After 07 30AM 07 55AM 08 10AM 08 15AM 08 20AM 08 30AM 08 45AM 08 55AM 09 00AM 09 10AM 09 11AM 09 15AM 09 20AM 09 30AM 09 55AM 10 00AM 10 15AM 10 20AM 11 10AM 11 15AM 11 16AM 11 20AM 11 30AM 12 00PM 12 10PM 12 15PM 12 20PM 12 30PM 12 35PM 12 40PM 01 00PM 01 10PM 01 15PM 01 20PM 01 30PM 01 45PM 02 00PM 02 20PM 02 30PM 02 36PM 02 40PM 02 45PM 03 00PM 03 30PM 04 00PM 04 01PM 04 05PM 04 10PM 04 15PM 04 20PM 04 30PM 05 00PM 05 15PM 05 30PM 05 40PM 06 00PM 06 20PM 06 30PM 07 00PM 07 10PM 07 15PM 07 20PM 07 30PM 08 00PM 08 30PM 09 00PM Before 08 20AM 09 10AM 09 30AM 09 45AM 09 50AM 10 00AM 10 10AM 10 15AM 10 19AM 10 20AM 10 35AM 10 45AM 10 50AM 10 55AM 10 59AM 11 00AM 11 10AM 11 15AM 11 19AM 11 20AM 11 30AM 11 50AM 11 55AM 12 10PM 12 15PM 12 19PM 12 20PM 12 25PM 12 30PM 12 50PM 01 00PM 01 01PM 01 10PM 01 15PM 01 19PM 01 20PM 01 50PM 01 55PM 02 10PM 02 15PM 02 20PM 02 30PM 02 35PM 02 40PM 02 50PM 03 00PM 03 10PM 03 15PM 03 20PM 03 25PM 03 29PM 03 30PM 03 35PM

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  • Course Offerings - Colgate University
    Medieval Renaissance St African Studies Environmental Studies Middle East Islamic St Africana Latin Amer Studies Extended Study Music Anthropology Film Media Studies Native American Studies Art and Art History French Neuroscience Asian Studies Geography Peace Conflict Studies Astronomy Geology Philosophy Biology German Physical Education Recreation Caribbean Studies Greek Physics Chemistry Hebrew Political Science Chinese History Psychology Classics International Relations Religion Computer Science Italian Russian and Eurasian Studies Core Curriculum Japanese Social Science Economics Jewish Studies Sociology Educational Studies Latin Spanish English Latin American Studies Theater Environmental Biology LGBTQ Studies University Studies Environmental Economics Linguistics Women s Studies Environmental Geography Mathematics Writing Rhetoric Instructor Last Name Level All 100 200 300 400 Meets M T W R F Sat Sun After 07 30AM 07 55AM 08 10AM 08 15AM 08 20AM 08 30AM 08 45AM 08 55AM 09 00AM 09 10AM 09 11AM 09 15AM 09 20AM 09 30AM 09 55AM 10 00AM 10 15AM 10 20AM 11 10AM 11 15AM 11 16AM 11 20AM 11 30AM 12 00PM 12 10PM 12 15PM 12 20PM 12 30PM 12 35PM 12 40PM 01 00PM 01 10PM 01 15PM 01 20PM 01 30PM 01 45PM 02 00PM 02 20PM 02 30PM 02 36PM 02 40PM 02 45PM 03 00PM 03 30PM 04 00PM 04 01PM 04 05PM 04 10PM 04 15PM 04 20PM 04 30PM 05 00PM 05 15PM 05 30PM 05 40PM 06 00PM 06 20PM 06 30PM 07 00PM 07 10PM 07 15PM 07 20PM 07 30PM 08 00PM 08 30PM 09 00PM Before 08 20AM 09 10AM 09 30AM 09 45AM 09 50AM 10 00AM 10 10AM 10 15AM 10 19AM 10 20AM 10 35AM 10 45AM 10 50AM 10 55AM 10 59AM 11 00AM 11 10AM 11 15AM 11 19AM 11 20AM 11 30AM 11 50AM 11 55AM 12

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  • About Colgate - A Liberal Arts University
    Athletic Facility Downtown Art Center Proposed Fitness Center s LEED Gold Certification Lathrop Hall Renovated in 2013 X Forbes Finds Hamilton Welcoming Community The home of Colgate Hamilton N Y was named one of America s most friendly towns by Forbes magazine That is not a surprise to students and alumni who frequent the restaurants and shops or visit the farmers market in the Village Green Forbes Highlights Hamilton Discover Hamilton Slices in Zagat Colgate Bookstore X Clinton Visits Campus Worldwide Connections The Kerschner Family Series Global Leaders program draws big name speakers to campus Global Leaders Program Hillary Clinton Visit Richard Branson on Campus Colin Powell at Colgate X Get to Know Us At a Glance We are a private liberal arts undergraduate institution with 2900 students pursuing 54 majors at our residential campus in Central New York State Colgate at a Glance First year Class Profile People of Colgate 13 Goals of a Colgate Education Tradition Top Notch Facilities Welcoming Community Worldwide Connections At a Glance Home About About Colgate Colgate is a highly selective residential liberal arts institution distinguished by academic excellence and interdisciplinary inquiry Menu Menu Colgate at a Glance Past Present and Future Maps and Travel Options Colgate Campus About Hamilton New York The People of Colgate Facilities at Colgate Newsroom ColgateX Championing the Liberal Arts With small classes a strong emphasis on faculty student interaction and a residential community valuing all forms of intellectual rigor we help students become thoughtful critical thinkers and perceptive leaders This means fostering diversity of thought and action by offering 54 majors and numerous minors founded in a Liberal Arts Core Curriculum that has been recognized as one of the most elegant in the country At the same time our students contribute to a vibrant campus culture that complements

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  • Key Facts and Figures About Colgate University
    Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home About Colgate at a Glance Colgate at a Glance Menu Menu Founded 1819 President Jill Harsin Students 2 872 students total 252 international 26 3 multicultural 45 male 55 female Full demographic information Full time faculty 296 faculty 99 have a PhD or highest degree in their field 25 multicultural 58 male 42 female Full demographic information Student faculty ratio 9 1 Expenses 2015 2016 Tuition 49 650 Student activity fee 320 Room traditional residence hall 6 065 Board unlimited meals 3 252 50 per semester Personal books est 2 260 Total cost 62 540 estimated Financial aid Average award for students receiving financial aid 46 602 Admitted students with demonstrated need met in full 100 Most popular career fields of graduates Financial services Communications Media Business Management Education Consulting Technology Computing Health Medicine Social change Arts Design Sales Marketing Top graduate schools attended by alumni Columbia University New York University Harvard University Cornell University University of Pennsylvania Syracuse University Boston University George Washington University University of Rochester Northwestern University Georgetown University Majors 54 Average class size 17 Student organizations 180 Athletics 98 Student athlete graduation rate 25 Division I athletic teams 10 intramural sports 40 club sports School colors Maroon gray and white About Colgate at a Glance Past Present and Future Maps and Travel Options Colgate Campus About Hamilton New York The People of Colgate Facilities at Colgate Newsroom ColgateX RELATED LINKS Apply APPLY Our admission and financial

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  • Traditions and History of Colgate University
    Information Technology and Trudy Fitness Center Menu Menu Strategic Planning Lucky 13 These resources assure future steps toward stronger research more effective use of technology and greater socioeconomic diversity on campus But we never forget our rich history or traditions like our longtime love affair with the No 13 that is based on the story of our founding in 1817 when 13 men met in the frontier settlement of Hamilton with 13 dollars 13 prayers and 13 articles The state granted us a charter in 1819 and one year later the school opened In 1823 Baptists in New York City soapmaker William Colgate among them consolidated their seminary with the Hamilton school to form the Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution The Colgate family connection was thus established The oldest building on our current campus West Hall was built four years later in 1827 Students and faculty working together built the new structure from stone pulled from a quarry on campus We changed our name in 1846 to Madison University and became Colgate in 1890 recognizing nearly 70 years of continuous involvement by the Colgate family The passion for learning the desire to create and share new knowledge and the drive to make a difference in the world continue to permeate today s campus Now our students and faculty members are taking advantage of smart classrooms state of the art laboratories and the latest technologies to keep that Colgate spirit of learning and sharing alive Learn more about Colgate s history by looking back through our timeline on Facebook Quick Facts Colgate is the 66th oldest college in the United States Colgate owns a 75 million year old petrified dinosaur egg the first owned by a college The Colgate Maroon News is the oldest college weekly newspaper in America Colgate s

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  • Maps and Travel Options for Colgate University
    dining Explore the village of Hamilton Take a virtual tour now Demand Response Shuttle The university has established the Demand Response Shuttle Service to help visitors using the transportation facilities in Syracuse and Utica get to campus easily and safely Call them at 315 824 1260 choose option five or extension 232 Car rentals Enterprise Rent a Car 800 261 7331 Express Limousine 315 682 1962 Nilles Ford Mercury Inc 315 824 2440 Northeast Limousine Service 315 361 5466 Zipcars Zipcar is a program on campus that lets you rent a fuel efficient or hybrid electric vehicle at low cost Colgate s Zipcars provide a means for transportation when you want it without the need to drive a car to campus As a result you end up saving more and driving less way less READ MORE Traveling by bus There is regular Shortline Coach USA bus service from campus to New York City and other destinations Adirondack and Greyhound service is accessible from Utica Syracuse and Binghamton Adirondack Trailways 800 776 7548 Shortline Coach USA 800 631 8405 Greyhound 800 231 2222 Traveling by plane Regularly scheduled commercial airline service is available at the Syracuse airport which is the closest major airport to campus The Hamilton Municipal Airport is just north of campus and is used by those with private planes Traveling by train Amtrak train service to New York City Boston Chicago and other major cities is available through the Utica train station Ground transportation taxi City Cab 315 724 5454 Clinton 315 853 3355 Delano 315 697 3237 Demand Response 315 824 1260 Yellow Taxi of Syracuse 315 471 5151 Student Travel Agency The agency in the O Connor Campus Center Coop offers discounted tickets for buses to New York City Utica Binghamton and other destinations During breaks

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  • Campus is often called most beautiful in country
    Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home About Colgate Campus Campus Colgate s campus with its carefully preserved architecture immaculate grounds and hillside setting is consistently named one of the most beautiful in the nation Menu Menu Building Relationships Campus is a friendly and close knit place where students develop lifelong bonds with Colgate with each other and with faculty and staff There are 88 buildings about 10 miles of roads and walkways and an estimated 2 300 trees most common are sugar maples and northern red oaks on the 575 acre campus Buildings date back as far as 1827 when West Hall was built by faculty and students from stone taken from a campus quarry Today it is a modern first year residence hall with all the amenities that today s students expect Students and alumni fondly remember iconic experiences like climbing Cardiac Hill between upper and lower campuses sharing a first kiss or getting engaged on Willow Path and taking part in many meaningful events in Memorial Chapel See Campus Hundreds more photos Experience our virtual tour Five webcams provide live views Videos capture campus life Campus map About Colgate at a Glance Past Present and Future Maps and Travel Options Colgate Campus About Hamilton New York The People of Colgate Facilities at Colgate Newsroom ColgateX RELATED LINKS Intellectual Engagement INTELLECTUAL ENGAGEMENT Collaborative research by highly regarded faculty is a Colgate trademark Off Campus Study OFF CAMPUS STUDY Colgate has one of

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  • About Hamilton New York - Colgate University
    About Hamilton N Y The beautiful home of Colgate was recently named one of America s most friendly towns by Forbes magazine Plan Your Visit Hotels and accommodations Local dining Hamilton Business Alliance Partnership for Community Development Virtual tour of downtown Top Picks Zagat yes that Zagat focused the spotlight on Slices also known as New York Pizzeria when it listed it as one of the 10 pizza joints in the U S that are worth some travel time Read what Zagat had to say and see what also makes Hamilton special with our list below Maxwells Dark chocolate salted caramels Enough said Rusch s Bar and Grill Catching a ball game or many games at once can work up an appetite This is the place for you Farmers Market This is an important Saturday morning ritual for everyone who loves locally grown produce and meats and unique artwork and crafts The Colgate Inn This historic eatery and inn was recently renovated and holds a special place on the Village Green Remember to order the delicious Toll House pie for dessert Colgate Hotspots The Colgate Inn Rest in our newly renovated suites Relax with friends in the taproom Have a great meal in our restaurant The Colgate Bookstore Browsing for gear or great literature Visit the Colgate Bookstore in the heart of Hamilton Seven Oaks Golf Course Our award winning course offers glorious views peaceful streams and challenging holes READ MORE Saxbys at the Barge You can rev up or wind down at this Lebanon Street coffeehouse The Palace Theater Performing arts royalty hold court at the Palace Check out our full calendar of events Hamilton Movie Theater We show the latest features as well as popular indies and kid movies in a charming hometown movie house Village Green The

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