880 Main St, Williamstown, MA 01267
Williams College is a private, liberal art college in Williamstown, MA. It is a esteemed college, ranking 32nd in the US, with immensely selective admissions (13% acceptance rate). It has a small student body with 2,149 full-time students in attendance. Williams offers 35 potential majors across three disciplines. The most highly demanded choices are Economics, Mathematics, and Biology, which when pooled amount to 32% of the student body. Its art and history programs are both ranked 10th in the USA, and its foreign languages, political science, and history programs all rank second in Massachusetts. Also, Williams College is the 2nd best small college in MA according to our analysis. For students not receiving aid, in-state tuition runs $58,222 a year, but for students from elsewhere, tuition is $52,677. That being said, 64% of Williams undergraduates get some grant or scholarship funding. 94% of Williams College undergraduates graduate, moving into the labor market ready to make an income. On average, graduates make an annual salary of $42,600 a couple years after college. After 4 more years of experience, the graduate's median annual earnings climbs 38.5% to $59,000, which is 47.1% north of the national median income. You may also like to find that you are required to take the SAT or ACT before applying. Further, undergrads can study abroad for a semester. Apropos of your wallet, be aware that students awarded state grants receive $4,914 in monetary aid on average. When grading its campus, Williams received a 9.01 out of 10 and its athletics rating on School Authority is 8.97. In terms of student life, 100% of first-year undergraduates live on campus. Lastly, on average, Williams students graduate with debts of $4,807 per year and six years after graduating, 1/4th of graduates earn $35,000 or less.
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