Hamilton College located in Clinton, New York, was established in 1793, roughly around 200 years ago, as the Hamilton-Oneida Academy’. It became qualified to be a college in 1812. Hamilton College is listed amongst the 3 dozen oldest colleges in the US and is the third oldest college in New York. Hamilton offers all its students the facility to choose what they want to study through Open Curriculum.
There are various annual traditions that are followed by the Hamilton College such as HamTrek, Senior Canes, Honor Code, Feb Fest, Senior Week, etc.
Programs, Campus and Residence
- Hamilton College offers a total of 56 areas of study and along with 43 majors.
- Popular majors offered at Hamilton college are, Economics (G), Mathematics(G), Political Science and Govt. (G), Research and Experimental Psychology (Others) and Latin American Languages.
Hamilton College Admission Process
|Test Scores||SAT or ACT score|
|English Professional Test||TOEFL or IELTS score|
|Application Fees||$ 60|
|Additional Requirement||Personal Essay, Counsellor, Teacher Evaluation, Certificate of Finances|
|Intake Session||Spring – January 18 and Fall – August 14|
How to Apply
All the international applicants can apply to Hamilton College either through Common Application or Coalition Application. The interested candidates can also apply through Quest Bridge National College Match Application.
Cost of Attendance
|Requirements||Direct Cost||Estimated Cost|
|Board (Meals)||6,290 USD||-|
|Student Activity Fee||540 USD||-|
|Books and Supplies||-||800 USD|
|Miscellaneous Personal Expenses||-||1000 USD|
|Travel Allocation||-||1500 USD|
- Hamilton College offers various need based and grants to its undergraduate candidates.
- The average need based scholarship or grant awarded offered to 51% of undergraduates (full-time) is 42, 986 USD.