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Williams College

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Date: May 05 2013
Major: Economics (This Major's Salary over time)
To be honest, I regret applying to Economics.

1) The isolation is overbearing, and I have had to seek medical attention for serious depression.

2) Very preppy, judgmental students. If the majority of your closet does not consist of brand labels, they won't even talk to you. Of course, there are people who don't act this way, but they're often nerds/geeks or losers who were kicked out or rejected from cliques.

3)Underlying racism if you're not white.

4) Honestly, a liberal arts degree is not of a high value. It won't get you as far as other universities.

5) Friends have never heard of it, and often gets confused with Williams and Marry.

6) hate the campus layout, very choppy and segregated.

6) Food is not that good, gets repetitive. There aren't good restaurants around Williams town, so you're basically stuck.

questionDoes the school admit non-traditional students? I am a veteran of OIF and OEF who has the aptitude, but heard that there are no veterans on campus and that the school does not support yellow ribbon?
responseWay back in the dark ages, when I was there, WC had a number of non-traditional students and some current/ex- military, including a reservist or two.
That said, the older non- traditional students seemed to feel very out-of-place among the predominant undergraduate population - there weren't all that many of them.
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