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Smith College

Instate Tuition (2013-2014)
$43,114
Out-of-state Tuition (2013-2014)
$43,114

Smith Address

SMITH COLLEGE
ELM ST
NORTHAMPTON MA 01063
General information:(413) 584-2700
Financial aid office:(413) 585-2530
Admissions office:(413) 585-2500University Homepage

Tuition + Smith Housing (2013-2014)

Meals Per Week:19

Undergrad Application Fee: $60
Grad Application Fee:$60

Tuition Prepaid:Yes
Tuition Payment Plan:Yes
Campus Housing Capacity:2,419
Freshman Must Live on Campus: No

University Makeup (2013-2014)

# of Undergrads: 2,746
# of Grad students: 640
Total Students: 3,386
Male

2.5%
Female

97.5%
International

10%
African-American

5%
American Indian

0%
Asian

10%
Hispanic

8%
Pacific Islander

2%
Caucasian

50%
Unknown

11%

Financial Aid

59% First time, full time students receive federal aid and the average amount is $340

9% of students receive State/Local grants and the average amount is $2,069

65% receive instiutional grants and the average institutional award is $33,241

57% receive student loans and the average amount is $4,631Net Price CalculatorFinancial Aid Website
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Special Programs

Teacher Certifications

Admissions Requirements

Secondary School Record Required
Secondary School GPA N/A
Secondary School Rank N/A
Test Scores N/A
Competencies N/A

Special Credits

HS College Credit: No
AP Credit: Yes
Life Experience Credit: No
Special Credits(other): No

Student Services

Library On Campus
Counseling Services
Employment Services
Placement Services

Majors

• African Studies
• African-American/Black Studies
• American/United States Studies/Civilization
• Anthropology
• Architecture
• Art History
• Asian-American Studies
• Astronomy
• Astrophysics
• Behavioral Aspects of Health
• Biochemistry
• Biology/Biological Sciences
• Chemistry
• Classics and Classical Languages
• Cognitive Science
• Comparative Literature
• Computer Science
• Conservation Biology
• Criticism and Conservation
• Dance
• Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts
• East Asian Languages
• East Asian Studies
• Economics
• Education
• Education/Teaching of Individuals with Hearing Impairments Including Deafness
• Elementary Education and Teaching
• Engineering
• English Language and Literature
• Environmental Studies
• Ethics
• European Studies/Civilization
• Film/Cinema/Video Studies
• Fine/Studio Arts
• French Language and Literature
• General
• Geology/Earth Science
• German Language and Literature
• History
• International Economics
• International Relations and Affairs
• Italian Language and Literature
• Jewish/Judaic Studies
• Kinesiology and Exercise Science
• Latin American Studies
• Latin Language and Literature
• Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies
• Linguistics
• Literatures
• Logic
• Mathematics
• Medieval and Renaissance Studies
• Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies
• Music
• Near and Middle Eastern Studies
• Neuroscience
• Other
• Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
• Philosophy
• Physics
• Political Science and Government
• Portuguese Language and Literature
• Psychology
• Religion/Religious Studies
• Russian Language and Literature
• Secondary Education and Teaching
• Social Work
• Sociology
• Spanish Language and Literature
• Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist
• Sustainability Studies
• Tibetan Studies
• Linguistics
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