Clinton ,NY

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Hamilton is the third-oldest college in New York and was named after its former board of trustee and U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton College was originally a men’s college until 1978 when it became coeducational after uniting with its sister institution, Kirkland College. Nearly half of students study abroad during their time at Hamilton through 180 programs around the world or the school’s consortium programs in Spain, India, France and China, as well as U.S. locations in New York, Boston and Washington.

SAT/ACTRequired
%of students whose need was fully met100
College rating
Global Brand US Brand Corporate Reputation Engineering Program Liberal Arts Program Business Programs Graduate Programs
3 5 5 3 5 3 3
Student Information
Total Men Women
Applications 5,017 2,287 2,730
Admitted 1,364 610 754
Enrolled 491 242 249
Student Diversity
Category Men Women
African American 34 40
Asian 47 82
White 608 594
Hispanic 66 81
International(Men & Women)% 5 -
Academic stats (SAT)
SAT Section Score Range
Critical Reading 640 - 730
Math 660 - 740
Writing 650 - 730
Total Score 1950 - 2200
Expenses
Fee In-State Out of State
Tuition $62,915.00 $62,915.00
Financial Aid
Aid/Loan No of students receiving aids Percent of students receiving aids Total amount of receiving aids Average amount of receiving aids
Fedral/State/Local Aid 950 50% $31,628,963.00 $33,294.00
Pell Grant Aid 259 14% $1,106,104.00 $4,271.00
Fedral Student Loan 649 34% $2,536,991.00 $3,909.00
Key Programs Offered in Under Graduate
  • Architecture, Planning and Environment
    • Environmental Studies
  • Arts, Humanities and Languages
    • American/United States Studies/Civilization
    • Asian Studies/Civilization
    • Russian Studies
    • German Studies
    • African-American/Black Studies
    • Women's Studies
    • General Foreign Languages and Literatures
    • Comparative Literature
    • Chinese Language and Literature
    • French Language and Literature
    • General Hispanic and Latin American Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
    • General Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
    • General English Language and Literature
    • Creative Writing
    • Philosophy
    • Religion/Religious Studies
    • General Psychology
    • General Dance
    • General Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts
    • General Fine/Studio Arts
    • Criticism and Conservation Art History
    • General Music
    • General History
  • Media and Communication
    • General Communication
  • Engineering and Technology
    • General Computer and Information Sciences
  • Math and Sciences
    • General Biology/Biological Sciences
    • Biochemistry
    • Neuroscience
    • General Mathematics
    • General Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies
    • General Chemistry
    • Chemical Physics
    • General Geology/Earth Science
    • Other Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences
    • General Physics
    • General Public Policy Analysis
Key Programs Offered in Graduate (Masters)
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