Williams College 威廉姆斯學院 (麻省 MA)


Williams College is private, residential, and liberal arts, with graduate programs in the history of art and in development economics. There are three academic divisions (languages and the arts, social studies, science and mathematics), 25 departments, 36 majors, plus concentrations and special programs.

Williams consistently ranks among the nation’s top liberal arts colleges, and its faculty are noted for the quality of their teaching.  Faculty at Williams have won teaching awards such as the Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teachers, the Carnegie/CASE U.S. and Massachusetts Professors of the Year, Princeton University’s 250th Anniversary Visiting Professorship for Distinguished Teaching, the Mathematical Association of America Award for Distinguished Teaching, and the Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award.

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Setting Williamstown is located in the Berkshires in northwestern Massachusetts, 135 miles from Boston and 165 miles from New York City
School Type Private University
Tuition US$44,000 - $45,000
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State Massachusetts (MA)
Location Williamstown
Environment Rural
Campus Size 450 acres
Year Founded 1793
Admission Req.m HK F.6
Academic Calendar Fall
Level Offered Undergraduate, graduate programs
Enrollment approximately 2,100 students
International 7%
Student-to-Teacher 7:1


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