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      A Culture of Care

      Read Smith’s plans for the fall 2021 semester.
      Current Operating Mode: GREEN

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      Counselors are a vital part of what we do in college admission. We want you to be well served by our office. You are an important partner in this process, which each year becomes increasingly more complicated and anxiety producing. If hearing from an admission officer can be of benefit to your students and their parents, please contact admission@smith.edu.

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      “The student’s responsibility is to provide a thoughtful, thorough, authentic application. The college’s responsibility is to be deliberative and fair, and to make the right match.”
      —Smith College Office of Admission
       


      Admission Statistics

      Class of 2024 (as of October 2020)

      Size of class 527
      Number of transfers entering in September 28
      Number of states represented (including D.C. & US Territories) 42
      Number of foreign countries represented (by citizenship) 47
      Percentage of students of color (excluding international) 39%
      Regular decision 315
      Early decision 212

      Forms & Deadlines

      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


      Smith at a Glance

      Enrollment

      More than 2,400 undergraduates in Northampton and 145 studying elsewhere

      Tuition and Fees, 2021–22

      • Tuition: $55,830
      • Room and Board: $19,420
      • Student Activities Fee: $284

      Financial Aid to the Class of 2023

      • Recipients of need-based gift aid from Smith: 58%
      • Smith grant range: $1,972-$71,622
      • Average need-based grant: $48,257

      • Smith guarantees to meet the full documented need, as determined by college policy, of all admitted students who apply for aid by the published admission and financial aid deadlines.

      President

      Kathleen McCartney is Smith’s president.

      Faculty

      290 professors in 58 academic departments and programs; student-faculty ratio of 9:1.

      Courses of Study

      About 1,000 courses in more than 50 areas of study.

      International Study

      Each year nearly half of Smith juniors study abroad in Smith programs in Florence, Geneva, Hamburg and Paris, or in programs in Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America and English-speaking countries in both hemispheres.

      Library Holdings

      More than 1 million items. Special-subject libraries for the fine and performing arts and the sciences; distinguished collection of women's history manuscripts; nationally prominent rare book collection.

      Residential Life

      41 self-governing houses accommodate between 12 and 100 students; most houses include women from all four classes.

      Athletics

      11 varsity sports and extensive intramural and club sport programs.

      Success After Smith

      Two years after graduation, 91 percent of alumnae are employed and 42 percent have enrolled in graduate studies. 

      Five College Consortium

      Student and faculty exchanges, joint faculty appointments, joint course offerings, Ph.D. programs, combined library catalogues and borrowing privileges between Smith and nearby Amherst, Mount Holyoke and Hampshire colleges and the University of Massachusetts.

      Alumnae

      More than 48,000 undergraduate and 7,000 graduate degree recipients in all 50 states and more than 120 countries.

      Support for Smith

      In 2016 Smith concluded the Women for the World campaign, raising a total of $486 million for the college’s key priorities. It was the largest and most successful campaign ever undertaken by a women’s college.

      Graduation Rates

      Smith’s six-year undergraduate graduation rate is 89 percent. 

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