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Williams College, Williamstown

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  • We visited Williams College on our last trip, it is a beautiful campus and was voted the numer one liveral arts college in the US. Their women's tennis team also just won the NCAA Division III Champio...  more »
  • One of the most beautiful college campuses in the United States. It is really a university that keeps its "College" designation for some reason. Tree lined, and grassy with great old stone buildings -...  more »
  • Love going to the Williamstown Theater in the summertime here at Williams College. Some students are still around and it is a beautiful campus.  more »
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  • It is my love at first sight. The architecture is amazing. The crowd is artsy and very welcoming. Innovative concerts are held there every season that you won't wanna miss.
  • A great place to work, learn or just wander around. Beautiful architecture and some really incredible reuse projects.
  • Gorgeous campus integrated with a sleepy New England town. We visited for a swim meet and loved it. Facilities were well maintained, and buildings were easy to find. Staff I interacted with were helpful and friendly.
  • Incredible school. Beautiful campus. Despite the seemingly outrageous workloads that students can be subjected to, I truly enjoyed my experience here. I would advise students to actively engage faculty and administrators in order to discover the many opportunities for enrichment. There are amazing internship and volunteer opportunities that students can tap into if they seek them. Williams does a great job of putting many of those opportunities directly in the students' laps, but that can mislead them into thinking that all the things that are available will be presented to them. That is not always the case. Many excellent opportunities still have to be sought. Also, fully embrace the corniness that is Mountain Day and you will enjoy it.
  • Looks like a stereotype of a private New England liberal arts college