Following is a sample of campus offices and programs dedicated to advancing the College's commitment to inclusiveness:
The Days-Massolo Center promotes diversity awareness and fosters dialogue across difference on campus.
The mission of Opportunity Programs is to provide students with tailored personal and academic support that will help them build lifelong habits and skills.
Hamilton College is committed to providing equal opportunity and access to qualified students with disabilities and offers numerous support services.
International students from 40 countries are welcomed at Hamilton as in integral part of the community. The Dean of Students office assists international students in in a variety of ways.
MP2 facilitates relationships among first-year international, first-generation (first in the family to attend college) and historically underrepresented students and experienced student mentors.
SEAS supports emergency and/or exceptional needs for students whose financial barriers are extraordinary.
The Posse Scholars Program identifies public high school students with extraordinary academic and leadership potential who may be overlooked by traditional college selection processes.
A variety of multicultural student groups celebrate the many cultures & ethnicities that are part of the Hamilton community.
The Chaplaincy serves students from all faith backgrounds and traditions through variety of weekly events, celebrations, and annual traditions.
The following programs and services are dedicated to support students considering Hamilton College.
The Hamilton College Diversity Overnight Program is an opportunity for current seniors who self-identify as diverse to visit campus and experience life on the Hill.
At Hamilton we embrace different cultures and welcome students from more than 45 countries. Approximately 10% of our financial aid supports international students who comprise about 5% of our student body.
Home schoolers have been part of our community for many years, and we recognize the particular assets they bring to college life: initiative, independence, and a penchant for learning creatively.