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Smith College

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Smith College is a small (under 5,000 students) private, not for profit, 4 year or above school located in New England in a large suburb. The highest degree offered is a Doctor's degree and the school is comprised of a high level of undergraduates. The most popular areas of study at Smith College include: Social Work with 110 Masters awards; Political Science and Government, General with 68 Bachelors awards; Psychology, General with 56 Bachelors awards; Economics, General with 55 Bachelors awards; English Language and Literature, General with 38 Bachelors awards;. Smith College is located at Elm St in Northampton, MA 1063.

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Smith College Facts


Smith College is located at Elm St in Northampton, MA 1063

Total Applicants: 4,321
Percent Admitted: 43%
Dorm Capacity: 2,461
Graduation Rate: 85%
Retention Rate: 94%
Undergrads Under 18: 3%
Undergrads Between 18 - 24: 94%
Undergrads Between 25 - 64: 4%

Smith College telephone number: (413) 584-2700

The highest degree offered is: Doctor's degree - research/scholarship


Smith College Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees: $41,460
Total Cost In State: $57,913
Total Cost Out of State: $57,913


Admissions stats for Smith College

Your chance of admission? Smith College accepts 43% of applicants so your chances are pretty good.

Student Demographics at Smith College
Smith College Demographics
Totals: 846
     Males: 21 (2% of total)
     Females: 825 (98% of total)
Asians: 73
     Asian Males: 1 (0% of total)
     Asian Females: 72 (9% of total)
Blacks: 41
     Black Males: 0 (0% of total)
     Black Females: 41 (5% of total)
Hispanics: 52
     Hispanic Males: 1 (0% of total)
     Hispanic Females: 51 (6% of total)
Native Americans: 2
     Native American Males: 0 (0% of total)
     Native American Females: 2 (0% of total)
Hawaiians: 1
     Hawaiian Males: 0 (0% of total)
     Hawaiian Females: 1 (0% of total)
Mixed Race: 27
     Mixed Race Males: 0 (0% of total)
     Mixed Race Females: 27 (3% of total)
Whites: 379
     White Males: 16 (2% of total)
     White Females: 363 (43% of total)
Foreign Students: 62
     Foreign Males: 2 (0% of total)
     Foreign Females: 60 (7% of total)
Most Popular Majors at Smith College
Area of Study  (degrees awarded)
Social Work
(110 Masters degrees)
Political Science and Government, General
(68 Bachelors degrees)
Psychology, General
(56 Bachelors degrees)
Economics, General
(55 Bachelors degrees)
English Language and Literature, General
(38 Bachelors degrees)
Sociology
(33 Bachelors degrees)
Biology/Biological Sciences, General
(33 Bachelors degrees)
American/United States Studies/Civilization
(25 Bachelors degrees)
Engineering, General
(22 Bachelors degrees)
Neuroscience
(21 Bachelors degrees)
History, General
(20 Bachelors degrees)
Art History, Criticism and Conservation
(19 Bachelors degrees)
Anthropology
(19 Bachelors degrees)
Fine/Studio Arts, General
(17 Bachelors degrees)
Biochemistry
(15 Bachelors degrees)
Mathematics, General
(14 Postbaccalaureate certificate degrees)
Chemistry, General
(13 Bachelors degrees)
Education, General
(13 Bachelors degrees)
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General
(12 Bachelors degrees)
Psychology, General
(12 Bachelors degrees)
East Asian Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
(12 Bachelors degrees)
East Asian Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General
(12 Bachelors degrees)
Secondary Education and Teaching
(12 Masters degrees)
Elementary Education and Teaching
(12 Masters degrees)
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Hearing Impairments Including Deafness
(12 Masters degrees)
Spanish Language and Literature
(11 Bachelors degrees)
French Language and Literature
(11 Bachelors degrees)
Comparative Literature
(11 Bachelors degrees)
Women's Studies
(11 Bachelors degrees)
Religion/Religious Studies
(10 Bachelors degrees)
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