Thank you for joining us to explore liberal arts colleges in the northeastern U.S.

Representatives from the institutions below are excited to meet with you! Feel free to visit any college or university's "booth" by clicking on the visit link in their description. You may visit as many institutions as you would like in the next 90 minutes.

Amherst College

Amherst, Massachusetts

Amherst prepares students to use ideas to make a difference in the world. Since our 1821 founding, Amherst has demonstrated steadfast confidence in the value of the liberal arts and the importance of critical thinking. Today, our financial aid program is among the most substantial in the nation (need-blind admission for both domestic and international students, meets 100% of demonstrated need for all admitted students with no student loan required), and our student body is among the most diverse. Small classes, an open curriculum and a singular focus on undergraduate education ensure that leading scholars engage daily with talented, curious students, equipping them for leadership in an increasingly global and complex world.

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Bates College

Lewiston, Maine

Since its founding by abolitionists in 1855, Bates has been dedicated to the emancipating potential of the liberal arts and sciences. The first co-educational college in New England, Bates educates the whole person through creative and rigorous scholarship in a collaborative residential community of more than 1,900 undergraduate students from 82 countries and most U.S. states. With ardor and devotion — Amore ac Studio — we engage the transformative power of our differences, cultivating intellectual discovery and informed civic action.

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Bowdoin College

Brunswick, Maine

Bowdoin College is a small, liberal arts college located on the coast of Maine, and we were the first ever test optional school in the US. We were founded in 1794 to serve the common good, and our alumni, who are scholars, writers, judges, entrepreneurs, business leaders, scientists, activists, tech giants, diplomats, artists, and conservationists, believe in using their education to do good in the world. A Bowdoin education brings context, history, integrity, and empathy to the world around us.

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Colby College

Waterville, Maine

Founded in Waterville, ME in 1813, Colby is one of America’s most selective liberal arts colleges. Serving only undergraduates, Colby offers an academic program rooted in the deep exploration of ideas and enriched by connections with world-class faculty. Students and professors work in tandem, pushing intellectual boundaries, testing hypotheses, and creating multidisciplinary approaches and solutions to complex scenarios. Research, internships, and global opportunities across the curriculum connect the liberal arts to the world.

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Connecticut College

New London, Connecticut

As a progressive and forward thinking institution located on the shore line of Connecticut, Connecticut College activates the liberal arts education through interdisciplinary coursework and relevant academic experiences. The long-standing Honor Code places the community values of mutual respect and trust in a position of paramount importance. Emphasizing critical thinking and career readiness, Conn prepares students to be responsible citizens, creative problem-solvers, and thoughtful leaders in an evolving global society.

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Hamilton College

Clinton, New York

The core of the Hamilton experience is represented in the promise we make to students: you can study what interests you, be accepted for who you are and what you believe, prepare to be the person you were meant to become, and have access to our generous financial aid resources. Located in scenic central New York, you will enjoy a uniquely flexible curriculum, a beautiful rural campus just 4 hours from New York City, Boston, and Toronto, and the freedom to explore extracurricular and academic passions that prepare you for your future after graduation.

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Middlebury College

Middlebury, Vermont

Middlebury College seeks to create a transformative learning experience for our students, built from a strong foundation in the liberal arts and supported within an inclusive, residential environment. We not only inspire our undergraduates to grapple with challenging questions about themselves and the world, but we also foster the inquiry, equity, and agency necessary for them to practice ethical citizenship at home and far beyond our Vermont campus.

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Trinity College

Hartford, Connecticut

Trinity College is a small, liberal arts college with nearly 200 years of history providing an education that is both relevant and timeless. Located in Hartford, the capital city of Connecticut, Trinity is conveniently situated between Boston and New York City. We are a community of thinkers and doers, with a powerful network of engineers, artists, neuroscientists, financiers, and entrepreneurs.

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Tufts University

Medford, Massachusetts

Tufts is a medium-sized liberal arts university with a focus on faculty relationships, research, and celebrating diverse experiences. Tufts students are intellectually powerful, down-to-earth, driven, and civic-minded. Our 5,700 undergraduate students pursue majors in one of three schools: the School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Engineering, or the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA). Tufts offers the chance to join a close-knit community that supports intellectual risk-taking and a global outlook, all in a beautiful campus setting just five miles from downtown Boston.

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Wesleyan University

Middletown, Connecticut

Wesleyan University, ideally situated on a hill overlooking the Connecticut River in Middletown, CT, is dedicated to providing an education in the liberal arts that is characterized by boldness, rigor, and practical idealism. At Wesleyan, distinguished scholar-teachers work closely with students, taking advantage of fluidity among disciplines to explore the world with a variety of tools. The university seeks to build a diverse, energetic community of students, faculty, and staff who think critically and creatively and who value independence of mind and generosity of spirit.

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Williams College

Williamstown, MassachusettsWilliams believes in undergraduates. Students, scientists, artists, and scholars come here from around the world and make Williams a cosmopolitan epicenter, a creative incubator, a global stage, and a launch pad for impact that reaches far beyond campus. One of the most generous financial aid programs in the nation allows us to meet 100 percent of the demonstrated need of every student, every year. It's the breadth and depth of students' experiences—intellectual and experiential, theoretical and practical, local and global—that position Williams graduates to thrive and lead in fields as diverse and evolving as they are themselves.

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