Founded with funding from the estate of a Massachusetts Bay colonist, Williams College is a liberal arts institution in northwest Massachusetts. Williams is home to three divisions of Mathematics & Science, Languages, and Social Sciences conferring undergraduate degrees in 36 majors. In addition to its regular semester schedule, Williams features a Winter Study period during January where students can choose from enrolling in a course, pursuing an independent research project, or studying off campus. For history buffs, the Chapin Library houses original prints of the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence.
Williams College is a really fruitful environment where intelligence and hard work thrives. The interactions amongst students and professors breeds an environment in which ALL learn and benefit. The opportunities that this institution presents are innumerable.
Demarius from Calumet City, IL
This school provides a very diverse but tight-knit community. The professors are so passionate about what they teach and are determined to make you fall in love with their material. The opportunities are endless here because the school is always willing to fund for students' projects and turn ideas into reality.