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  1. 1794. Bowdoin College is founded, making it twenty-six years older than the state in which it resides. 1,850. Our current student population, which is 52 percent female and 48 percent male. 199. Full-time faculty, of which 98 percent have the highest degree in their field. 761.

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    23. Feb. 2024 · From Bowdoin College. Bowdoin (bo-d'n) may surprise you. Situated in a coastal Maine town, we produce leading scholars, innovators, and humanitarians. Alumni include Reed Hastings (CEO/founder of Netflix) and DeRay Mckesson (Black Lives Matter). Students balance rigorous academics with the fun of more than 100 student clubs.

  3. This is the offer of the college for the best four years of your life. Adapted from the original "Offer of the College". by William DeWitt Hyde, President of Bowdoin College 1885–1917. A liberal arts education cultivates the mind and the imagination; encourages seeking after truth, meaning, and beauty; awakens an appreciation of past ...

  4. Contact the Office of Admissions. Mailing address: 5000 College Station, Brunswick, ME 04011. GPS address: 255 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011. Contact us by email. Telephone: 207-725-3100. Fax: 207-725-3101. Upcoming virtual events. Register now. See the full calendar ⇒.

  5. Contact the Office of Admissions. Mailing address: 5000 College Station, Brunswick, ME 04011. GPS address: 255 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011. Contact us by email. Telephone: 207-725-3100. Fax: 207-725-3101. Upcoming virtual events. Register now. See the full calendar ⇒.

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  7. Bowdoin College, c. 1845 (Litografia por Fitz Hugh Lane). Bowdoin College foi fundada em 1794 pelo Legislativo do Estado de Massachusetts e mais tarde foi redirecionada para a jurisdição do Legislativo de Maine. [ 10] Foi nomeada pelo ex-governador de Massachusetts James Bowdoin, cujo filho James Bowdoin III foi um dos primeiros benfeitores.