At Hamilton, students work closely with their faculty advisor to shape an individualized plan of study specific to their interests and goals. What's more, the College offers a robust network of academic and support resources to ensure that students succeed. From help developing a thesis statement for your first college paper, to advicefor fine-tuning the résumé that will lead to your first job after graduation, Hamilton is committed to helping you reach your potential.
Resources and individual writing conferences help students become better writers at every level and in every discipline
One-on-one tutoring, group consultations, and seminars designed to sharpen oral communication skills across the curriculum; credit-bearing courses in applied communications
Provides an integral component to language curricula through both direct technology driven academic course support and supplemental opportunities, including peer tutoring
Offers both walk-in and appointment-based tutoring support for students in introductory-level courses containing a mathematics/quantitative component
Personalized language instruction and academic tutoring for students whose first language is not English
Resources about academic counseling, transition support and tutorials for students who present an alternate academic experience
Students seeking assistance within specific subject areas should contact Peer Education Coordinator, Benjamin Smith by email or call 315-859-4374.
A resource for students interested in developing the knowledge and skills needed to understand and address persistent social problems in innovative, effective and ethical ways
A teaching space and creative laboratory where students are encouraged to ask questions, make connections between disciplines and develop visual literacy skills critical to life and learning
A place where digital resouces, methods and tools are used to promote humanities-based teaching, research and scholarship across the liberal arts
A central resource for exploring intersections between gender, race, culture, religion, sexuality, ability, socioeconomic class and other facets of human difference
Individualized accommodations and academic support through the Dean of Students Office for qualified students with disabilities
Guidance in developing skills in self-assessment, career exploration, résumé preparation, interviewing and uncovering job leads that empower students to manage their own careers after graduation
Guidance and information for students interested in medicine, dentistry or other health professions
Information about funding for undergraduate and postgraduate study, travel, research and independent projects