Experience the joy of discovery that comes from intellectual challenge and the freedom to explore new interests. Expand your mind in late night discussions with your housemates and in after-class conversations with faculty members who encourage you to reach further. At Smith, you’ll draw strength in belonging to a community that supports and encourages you to become your most powerful self—on campus and beyond.
In a historic announcement, beginning in the fall of 2022, Smith College has eliminated loans from its undergraduate financial aid packages for students receiving need-based institutional grants and has replaced the loan amount with grants from the college. Read President McCartney’s letter and the Gate article.
Find out how it feels to be surrounded by Smith's natural beauty, outstanding research facilities and eclectic architecture. See where you'll be studying, living and playing—and imagine yourself at Smith.
"Graduating with less debt will make my goal of attending graduate school in landscape design far more attainable; it might even convince me to take some time off to travel! Whatever I choose to pursue after Smith, I know that I will have more freedom to explore." —Anna Gyorgy AC
For Chanthea Quinland '23, a computer science major from Antigua, a moment of revelation came during an intensive teacher apprenticeship program sponsored by the Jandon Center for Community Engagement. https://t.co/KjjCTSmCdohttps://t.co/JF4yJrcfM1
Leigh Fagin, the inaugural Jean and David W. Wallace Foundation Director of the new Office of the Arts at Smith, says the arts help educate the "whole person." Under Fagin's leadership, the office will serve as a hub for info about the arts at Smith. https://t.co/yIPpZPprYI
“I appreciate the little moments of joy throughout the new Neilson Library: Maya Lin’s original sculpture, the outdoor terrace, the sunken garden ... There’s so much to experience.”—President Kathleen McCartney
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In-person tours, information sessions, and class visits are available for prospective students and families. Virtual interviews and information sessions are also available. We are not able to accommodate requests for overnight visits at this time.