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Degree: Sociology
Graduation Year: 2011

Cliquey, preppy, outdoorsy. Very small and isolated

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Degree: American Government and Politics (United States)
Graduation Year: 2013

Hamilton College offers a rigorous, well-rounded and just fantastic academic experience. I loved the four years I spent at Hamilton. The community is extremely friendly and down-to-earth. Faculty are experts in their subject matter, and furthermore they are passionate about what they do and the subjects that they teach. It is common to become close to your professors, and to stop in their offices (during and outside of "office hours") for professional advice, lively debates, or just to say hi. Aside from the small class sizes and engaging and relevant lessons which will ensure that you leave with a strong foundation in writing, speaking and analytical skills, the school itself has so much to offer. From the variety of clubs and on-campus activities, to the fellow students who are all individual, quirky and passionate in their own ways... I cannot speak highly enough of what you can gain from your experience. If you want a top-notch liberal arts education and interesting, fun, and awesome people to learn with, well, you will get it at Hamilton.

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