Hamilton College Review

Hamilton College is a national leader in training students. Hamilton College is a four-year, coeducational, private liberal arts college located in Clinton, New York. It was founded in 1793 and has graduated such winners of Nobel Prize as Elihu Root, who received the Peace prize, and Paul Greengard, who received in the Physiology or Medicine category.
Hamilton provides the Bachelor of Arts degree in any of more than 50 fields of concentration. In addition, Hamilton students can study abroad.
This year Hamilton College started to be the first school to start a college social media aggregator, the Scroll. Also new to campus this year is The Wellin Museum of Art, studio arts building and a new theater is expected to start in summer 2014 at the same time.
Hamilton has an open program, but it does still need three writing-intensive courses to graduate. The Hamilton Continentals take part in NCAA Division III. This college has been a member of the New England Small College Athletic Conference since 1971.