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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.
|Global Brand||US Brand||Corporate Reputation||Engineering Program||Liberal Arts Program||Business Programs||Graduate Programs|
|International(Men & Women)%||5||-|
|SAT Section||Score Range|
|Critical Reading||640 - 730|
|Math||660 - 740|
|Writing||650 - 730|
|Total Score||1950 - 2200|
|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||259||14%||$1,106,104.00||$4,271.00|
|Fedral Student Loan||649||34%||$2,536,991.00||$3,909.00|
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