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Monica Inzer
University Business quotes Inzer and Smallen

Both Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Monica Inzer and Vice President for Information Technology Dave Smallen were quoted in the Oct. 1 issue of University Business magazine. In “Tuition setting: rationale behind determining price in a time of limited budgets,” Inzer discussed the participants and processes in tuition-setting discussions and in “Cloud email: the good the bad the uptime:,” Smallen discussed the elimination of storage costs and improved uptime that resulted when the college converted to gmail.  More ...

Admission Poster
U.S. News and Huffington Post Highlight Hamilton

U.S. News & World Report singled out Hamilton as one of the colleges that “are breaking tradition while recruiting prospective students” in an article titled “5 New Ways Colleges Are Reaching High School Students” published on Oct. 17. The Huffington Post also published the piece on its website.   More ...

Admission Poster
Washington Post Features Admission Poster

The Washington Post’s College Inc. blog featured Hamilton’s newest admission poster, a silver metallic sheet on which a foot-square QR (quick response) code with one word, “Hamilton,” in large blue lettering is printed. “There is a shortage of new ideas in college recruiting .... Kudos, then, to Hamilton College in New York for being the first institution to think of printing a giant Quick Response code as an admissions poster."  More ...

New York Times Features Campus Visits

An entry on the popular New York Times blog, The Choice, featured a photograph of the Chapel in an article titled “Summer College Tours Withstand High Gas and Airline Prices” on August 11. Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Monica Inzer was interviewed about families making trips to visit the college in this column that focuses on “demystifying college admissions and aid.”  More ...

President Joan Hinde Stewart
University Business Features Stewart Op-ed

University Business magazine featured an opinion piece written by President Joan Hinde Stewart in the Viewpoint section of its May issue. In “Becoming Need-Blind in an Environment of Need: How one institution has made it work,” Stewart discussed how Hamilton is ensuring access, “a deeply held principle at an institution where six of nine senior staff members were the first in their family to attend college.”  She explained the College’s decisions to eliminate merit aid and to adopt a need-blind policy in admission, examples of Hamilton’s commitment to this principle as well as its willingness to make changes counter to current trends in higher education.  More ...

Welcome Accepted Students of the Class of ’15

Accepted students in the class of 2015 are on campus today for Open House. Students and their families will have a day to see if Hamilton is the right choice for them.  More ...

Sam Reider '14
New York Times Features Reider's www.CollegePick.us

Before coming to Hamilton, Sam Reider ’14 created a decision tool on a whiteboard to help organize his college choices. During his first year on campus, he converted his process into an automated program and loaded it onto his site www.CollegePick.us. The New York TimesThe Choice, a site designed to “demystify college admissions and aid,” featured Reider’s site in a March 8 article, Online Aid for Making ‘The Decision,’ From a College Freshman.  More ...

Hamilton Garners National News Attention Throughout 2010

Hamilton College attracted the media’s attention quite often this year in feature stories and news reports. Among the areas most often addressed by the media in covering Hamilton were topics related to the admission process.  More ...

Yinghan Ding
Ding '12 and Inzer Quoted in New York Times

Junior Yinghan Ding  was featured in The New York Times' Education Life section on Nov. 7 in an article titled “The China Boom.” Dean of Admission Monica Inzer was also quoted in The New York TimesEducation Life section on Nov. 7 as well as in the education blog The Choice on Nov. 4.  More ...

Steinberg '66 Establishes $1 Million Scholarship Endowment
Property developer Stephen Steinberg ’66, a generous supporter of the College, is establishing a $1 million endowment to create the Steinberg-Lalli Scholarship Fund. Students with need who are accepted to Hamilton from the Acton-Boxborough Regional High School, the public secondary school in Steinberg’s community, will be given first consideration for support from this fund. Steinberg’s objective is to support Hamilton’s need-blind initiative and encourage students from the Acton and Boxborough area to apply to the college. More ...
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