Williams College is a small bastion of the liberal arts “with a fantastic academic reputation.” “Williams students tend to spend a lot of time complaining about how much work they have” but they say the academic experience is “absolutely incomparable.” Classes are “small” and “intense.” “The facilities are absolutely top-notch in almost everything.” Research opportunities are plentiful. A one-month January term offers study abroad programs and a host of short pass/fail courses that are “a college student’s dream come true.” “The hard science departments are incredible.”
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