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Williams College

Williams College

Williams College, Liberal Arts, Little Three Colleges

Williams College

Williams College was founded in 1793 and is one of the country’s very best private liberal arts colleges. With three curricular divisions, 24 academic programs and 33 majors students get a broad and comprehensive liberal arts education while at Williams. Additionally, students can take unconventional courses like ski patrol and inside jury deliberations during January’s winter term. What makes Williams College truly unique is its tutorial system modeled after the time tested system at Cambridge and Oxford in the UK, which emphasizes intensive student-faculty discussion. The Williams-Exeter Programme at Oxford (WEPO) was founded in 1985 and sends Williams students on exchange to Oxford every year. When not engaged in intense academic study, students find time to enjoy the various student groups as well as their stunning surroundings in rural Massachusetts. With a truly undergraduate-centered approach to education, Williams College prepares its students to enter the world and change it for the better.

Website http://www.williams.edu
Admissions Phone 413 597-2211
Admissions Email admission@williams.edu
Codes SAT: 3965 ACT: 1936 FAFSA: 002229 CSS Profile: 3965
Location Williamstown, Massachusetts; Rural area, right next to Green Mountain National Forest with beautiful outdoor space
College Type Private
College Newspaper The Williams Record
Enrollment ~2,000 undergraduate students
Popular Programs Psychology, History, Economics
Student Life The Williams College FM radio station has held an all-night trivia contest since 1966, in which students, alumni, professors, friends, and others compete to answer questions. The winner’s prize is the right to plan and host the trivia contest the following year. With a number of popular groups on campus like Williams’ coed hip hop dance group “Nuttin’ But Cuties”, as well as annual events like ‘Mountain Day’ students enjoy the eclectic mix of things to do year-round.
International ~5% of undergrads TOEFL: Required;  SAT or ACT: Required; Financial Aid Available
Transfer Yes, Fall; Minimum GPA 3.50
Crossover Brown, Dartmouth, Middlebury, Amherst
Other Very Selective (~20% admitted), Early Admission, Early Decision, Common Application

 

Lynn Lubell

Lynn Radlauer Lubell, Publisher of InLikeMe.com and Founder of Admission By Design, an Educational Consultancy based in Boca Raton, Florida.

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