At Hamilton the advising community provides students with a comprehensive network so that students can access necessary resources during their education.
Centers & Resources
Hamilton’s academic centers and programs will help you write more persuasively, speak more clearly, calculate more precisely, understand more deeply, research more effectively and make connections more easily.
A central resource for exploring intersections among gender, race, culture, religion, sexuality, ability, socioeconomic class and other facets of human difference
Supplements language curricula through direct technology-driven academic course support and peer tutoring
Levitt Public Affairs Center
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
Off-Campus Study Office
Information about Hamilton programs in the Adirondacks, Boston, China, France, India, New York, Spain and Washington, D.C., plus other locations throughout the world
Resources about academic counseling, transition support and tutorials for students who present an alternate academic profile
Wellin Museum of Art
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