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Smith is part of the Five Colleges consortium, which includesAmherst, Mount Holyoke, Hampshire and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Smith is also part of the Seven Sisters colleges, a group of seven northeastern liberal arts schools that were originally for women. Smith’s graduate programs are coeducational and offer master’s and doctorate degrees. Smith College is the largest independent women's liberal arts college in the United States and is committed to educating women of promise for lives of distinction.
|Global Brand||US Brand||Corporate Reputation||Engineering Program||Liberal Arts Program||Business Programs||Graduate Programs|
|International(Men & Women)%||12||-|
|SAT Section||Score Range|
|Critical Reading||600 - 710|
|Math||630 - 760|
|Writing||620 - 720|
|Total Score||1850 - 2190|
|Fee||In-State||Out of State|
|Aid/Loan||No of students receiving aids||Percent of students receiving aids||Total amount of receiving aids||Average amount of receiving aids|
|Pell Grant Aid||603||23%||$2,563,846.00||$4,252.00|
|Fedral Student Loan||1,446||54%||$8,148,800.00||$5,635.00|
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