• Building on $85 million already raised, Washington College kicks off a $150 million comprehensive campaign that is focused on the student experience and is the largest in the College’s history.

  • Students don their Food Recovery Network hats for one of the recent Community Table dinners.

    By offering food to a weekly community dinner at a local church, members of Washington College’s Food Recovery Network are helping “close the gap on food waste” while nurturing a bond between College students and townspeople.

  • Maggie Kobik ’11 works on a site in East Lothian, Scotland.

    Finishing her master’s degree in archaeology at the top-notch program at University College Dublin, Ireland, Maggie Kobik ’11 draws a line straight back to Washington College and her formative experimental archaeology classes with Bill Schindler.

  • Colonel Clarence Hodson
    Continuing its unparalleled support, the Hodson Trust provides critical funding targeted toward student scholarship endowment. Already this academic year, as a result of previous Hodson gifts, 105 students are receiving an average merit scholarship in the amount of $21,000. 


  • Maren Gimpel, field ecologist (center, at scope) and Jennie Carr, assistant professor of biology (with binoculars) search ...

    The River and Field Campus—a 4,700-acre living laboratory—helps launch Washington College’s environmental programs to national prominence.

  • Washington College students get a hands-on environmental education about the Chesapeake Bay.
    In a gala next February, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation will honor Washington College with the Conservationist of the Year Award for its “preeminent” leadership in environmental education.
  • WC students getting hands-on with Chesapeake blue crabs.
    Through a new dual-degree partnership with Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, Washington College environmental science and environmental studies majors can now earn their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in five years.
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