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The admission application process at Hamilton College is quite selective. In 2018, in Fall 2018 admission, the university received 6240 applications, out of which 1328 applicants were offered admissions, making an acceptance rate of 21.2%.
The university offers undergraduate programs in the field of Economics, Mathematics, Political Science and Government, Research and Experimental Psychology, Hispanic & Latin American Languages and Literature.
|Application Portal||Common Application/Coalition Application|
|Average GPA rate||4.0|
|Average SAT range||1360-1510|
|Average ACT range||31-33|
|English Proficiency||TOEFL, IELTS|
SAT - 2286
TOEFL - 2286
ACT - 2754
|Mode of Payment||VISA, Discover card, Master Card, Local Bank Transfer|
|Financial Aid||Grants, Loans, Scholarships|
Applicants are advised to apply prior to the deadlines to be considered for admission -
|Early Decision||January 1|
|Regular Decision||November 15|
International students comprise 6.4% of Hamilton College student body. Hamilton College has International Student Office that helps the students with documents to bring, medical insurance, travel information, orientation and Hamilton's international friendship program.
Academic Requirements - High school transcripts, Proof of English proficiency, Counselor evaluation, Personal essay, Standardized test scores (ACT/SAT scores)
Supporting documents - Copy of Passport, Proof of financial support, Completed financial support form
English Proficiency Test Scores requirements -
International students may submit either TOEFL or IELTS scores to prove English proficiency.
|Test||Minimum required score (Undergraduate)|
The Hamilton College offers bachelor’s degree in close to 50 courses. The following documents are required to take admission -
Academic Requirements - Academic transcripts, ACT/SAT scores, GPA
|ACT||1370 - 1490|
Supporting Documents - Personal Essay, Letters of Recommendation (Teacher evaluation from a major subject- teacher)
The primary criteria for evaluating the application is the academic record and intellectual potential of the candidate. The college also values leadership and commitment to extracurricular and community activities, which may also include sustained work experiences.
Essays, Interviews, personal statement also play an important role in securing admission. As they provide an insight into applicants perspective and accomplishments.
Hamilton College will release the admission decision online via email. In the email login name and password will be sent. From there the applicant can track their application via My Hamilton portal.
Decision notification is based on the specific application plan (Early Decision Round I, Early Decision Round II or Regular Decision). Any changes to decision notification dates will be communicated via email.