Bowdoin College has been educating leaders for America and the world since the dawn of the American republic. Founded in 1794, Bowdoin is a highly selective college of approximately 1,750 students of distinction from across America and around the world.
In 1906, Bowdoin's president, William DeWitt Hyde, wrote "The Offer of the College" ... Learn more
Bowdoin’s curriculum offers a bold blueprint for liberal education designed to inspire you to become a world citizen and leader with acute sensitivity to the social and natural worlds.
An environment based on mutual respect, active learning, and freedom of inquiry, and engaged with local, national, and international communities.