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      For Parents & Families

      Explore History and Tradition

      Choosing a college is perhaps the biggest decision you’ve had to work through with your daughter. And though she’ll be the one doing the studying, you also have a major stake in her choice of a college. You want the best for your daughter, a place where she'll be challenged yet comfortable, where she’ll have the space to dream and reach for her goals.

      To find that college, you’ll want to ask questions: Will the college offer my daughter intellectual challenge? Will the faculty take the time to get to know and mentor her? Are the facilities top-notch? Is the campus welcoming? And although she’s just starting to look at colleges, naturally you're wondering what she will do after graduation.

      For more than a century, Smith graduates have emerged as strong women prepared to lead lives of distinction. Alumnae cite the skills and abilities honed by a Smith education as crucial to the personal and professional success they experience.

      From boardrooms in New York City to archaeological digs in Peru, at the jeweler’s workbench and on the judge's bench, behind microscopes, in front of television cameras and at the helm of their own businesses, you will find Smith women everywhere as leaders and entrepreneurs, making a difference in their communities and professions.

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      Like Your Daughter Choose Smith

      Young women come to Smith for an exceptional education; they leave with a roadmap for life. At Smith, students get to freely explore everything about who they are and what they want to be—in the classroom, on the campus and out in the world. Your daughter will join a diverse community, collaborate with faculty who really care about her, live and learn on a beautiful campus with first-rate facilities, gain opportunities for promising career paths and connect with a powerful alumnae network.

      Deferred applicants are reconsidered with regular decision applications in the spring. Decision mailings are sent mid-December.

      Early Decision Agreement   November 15
      Common Application or 
      Coalition Application
        November 15
      Smith Writing Supplement   November 15
      Secondary School Report   November 15
      Counselor Recommendation   November 15
      Two Teacher Evaluations   November 15
      Standardized Test Scores (optional)   November 15
      Interview (optional)   November 15
      Financial Aid Materials   See Tuition & Financial Aid for deadlines

       

      Where to Send Forms

      You can send your documents to us by email, through the mail or via fax. Please make copies of all documents submitted.

      Office of Admission
      Smith College
      7 College Lane
      Northampton, MA 01063

      Fax: 413-585-2527

      admission@smith.edu

      Deferred applicants are reconsidered with regular decision applications in the spring. Decision mailings are sent in late January.

      Early Decision Agreement   January 1
      Common Application or 
      Coalition Application
        January 1
      Smith Writing Supplement   January 1
      Secondary School Report   January 1
      Counselor Recommendation   January 1
      Two Teacher Evaluations   January 1
      Midyear School Report (if available)   January 1
      Two Teacher Evaluations   January 1
      Standardized Test Scores (optional)   January 1
      Interview (optional)   January 1
      Financial Aid Materials   See Tuition & Financial Aid for deadlines

       

      Where to Send Forms

      You can send your documents to us by email, through the mail or via fax. Please make copies of all documents submitted.

      Office of Admission
      Smith College
      7 College Lane
      Northampton, MA 01063

      Fax: 413-585-2527

      admission@smith.edu

      Decision mailings are sent in late March.

      Common Application or 
      Coalition Application
        January 15
      Smith Writing Supplement   January 15
      Secondary School Report   January 15
      Counselor Recommendation   January 15
      Two Teacher Evaluations   January 15
      Midyear School Report   February 2*
      Standardized Test Scores (optional)   January 15
      Interview (optional)   January 15
      Financial Aid Materials   See Tuition & Financial Aid for deadlines

      *If you are unable to provide the Midyear School Report by February 2, please send it to us as soon as possible.

      Where to Send Forms

      You can send your documents to us by email, through the mail or via fax. Please make copies of all documents submitted.

      Office of Admission
      Smith College
      7 College Lane
      Northampton, MA 01063

      Fax: 413-585-2527

      admission@smith.edu


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