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Student Reviews of Smith College

4.4
based on 31 reviews
  • Sally from Lawrence, KS

    There's always something going on on weekends, but it's a pretty small school. If what's on campus doesn't suit your tastes, the nearby five colleges (Mt. Holyoke, Hampshire, Amherst, and UMass-Amherst) provide what entertainment Smith can't.… more read full review

    There's always something going on on weekends, but it's a pretty small school. If what's on campus doesn't suit your tastes, the nearby five colleges (Mt. Holyoke, Hampshire, Amherst, and UMass-Amherst) provide what entertainment Smith can't. They're accessible by a relatively easy bus ride. All of the student productions I've been to have been really well-done, and they're all free for Smith students, which is great. There are always things happening in Northampton (there are a couple popular music venues just down the road) and downtown Amherst. read full review

  • Laura from Windsor, CA

    Smith has a beautiful campus and downtown, faculty that (for the most part) treat you with respect, and an incredibly diverse student body. It is very liberal (and not just in the liberal arts sense) and most students are comfortable voicing their… more read full review

    Smith has a beautiful campus and downtown, faculty that (for the most part) treat you with respect, and an incredibly diverse student body. It is very liberal (and not just in the liberal arts sense) and most students are comfortable voicing their discord with current issues and sometimes even Smith's administration. Overall, I absolutely love it! Smith's small, women's* college atmosphere make it an ideal place to spend my four years. read full review

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Merit Aid

Merit Scholarships Available Amount freshman returning transfer graduate
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$15,000 Y N N
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$5,000 N N Y N