Referred to as a “Little Ivy” school, Hamilton College in Oneida, New York, has garnered a strong reputation for quality academics over its 200 years of existence.
In addition to its prestige, Hamilton provides a uniquely individualized curriculum and a wealth of student life opportunities.
A small school, Hamilton College distinguishes itself by not imposing any course requirements. Students take the courses they want to take in the subjects that are of interest to them. Some of Hamilton’s diverse subject areas include:
*Dance and Movement Studies
*Medieval and Renaissance Studies
The chance to explore one’s interests is also afforded by Hamilton’s highly varied student life activities. At Hamilton, students can join a ballroom dancing group, a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu club, a meditation group, a culinary group, a film club or a fishing club, just to name a few.
Admission to Hamilton, like everything else at the school, is highly individualized. While academic performance is taken into consideration, extracurricular activities, community service and one’s interests are also a factor.
Generous scholarships and other forms of financial aid are available for eligible students.
Quick Facts about Hamilton College
Small Town Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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- Freshman Class
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