Williams College

880 Main St, Williamstown, MA 1267
(413) 597-3131 | http://www.williams.edu

With 35 majors across the humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences, the opportunities to discover and pursue your academic passions are unbounded. Accomplished scientists and scholars guide the journey _ advancing knowledge and often blurring the lines between academic fields.

Overview
Costs

In-State Undergraduate: $50,070
Out-of-State Undergraduate: $50,070
Average Textbooks: $800

In-State Graduate: $48,581
Out-of-State Graduate: $48,581
Student Count

Undergraduate: 2,072
Graduate: 54
GI Bill Students: 5

Male: 49.2%
Female: 50.8%

Affiliation

Religious: No Religious Affiliation
Ethnicity: No ethnic affiliation
Gender: Coed School

School information

Duration: 4 Year
College Type: Private
Setting: Town
Accreditation: Regional
Calendar: Nontraditional

Online Undergraduate Courses: No
Online Graduate Courses: No

Avg. accepted score

SAT Math: 720
SAT Critical Reading: 735
ACT: 33

Location

Admissions Info

880 Main St
Williamstown, MA 1267

(413) 597-3131
413-597-4052
admission@williams.edu
College Website

Veteran Affairs Info

Paul Boyer
01267

413-597-4181
413-597-4052
Paul.J.Boyer@Williams.edu
College Website

Military Offerings
Military/Veteran Support
B.A.H $1,752
Campus SVA Chapter no
Full-Time Veteran Counselor On Campus no
Signed VA Principles Of Excellence yes
Club/Association For Veterans no
Veteran Upward Bound Program no
8 Keys to Veterans' Success no
Offers ROTC Program no
Member of S.O.C no
Academic Support
Offers College Credit for Military Experiences no
Awards Credit For CLEP Exam no
Awards Credit For DSST Exam no
Financial Support
Comply with The Veteran's Choice Act no
Approved for TA Funding yes
Yellow Ribbon Program yes
Scholarships for Military no
Reduced Tuition for Military no
Majors Offered
  • A Associates
  • B Bachelors
  • BC Post B.A Certificate
  • M Masters
  • MC Post M.A Certificate
  • D Doctorate
  • American/United States Studies/Civilization B
  • Anthropology B
  • Art History, Criticism and Conservation M
  • Art/Art Studies, General B
  • Asian Studies/Civilization B
  • Astronomy B
  • Astrophysics B
  • Biology/Biological Sciences, General B
  • Chemistry, General B
  • Chinese Language and Literature B
  • Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General B
  • Comparative Literature B
  • Computer Science B
  • Development Economics and International Development M
  • Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General B
  • Economics, General B
  • English Language and Literature, General B
  • Environmental Science B
  • Environmental Studies B
  • French Language and Literature B
  • Geology/Earth Science, General B
  • German Language and Literature B
  • History, General B
  • Japanese Language and Literature B
  • Mathematics, General B
  • Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other B
  • Music, General B
  • Near and Middle Eastern Studies B
  • Philosophy B
  • Physics, General B
  • Political Science and Government, General B
  • Psychology, General B
  • Religion/Religious Studies B
  • Russian Language and Literature B
  • Social Sciences, Other B
  • Sociology B
  • Spanish Language and Literature B
  • Women's Studies B