"We have forgotten how to be good guests, how to walk lightly on the earth as its other creatures do."
-- Barbara Ward
Mission Statement: Smith College educates women of promise for lives of distinction. A college of and for the world, Smith links the power of the liberal arts to excellence in research and scholarship, developing leaders for society's challenges.
For additional information on the programs offered at Smith College, visit their website at:www.smith.edu
Other Programs Offered at Smith College:
Architecture and related services Area, ethnic, cultural, and gender studies Biological and biomedical sciences Computer and information sciences and support services Education Engineering English language and literature/letters Foreign languages, literatures, and linguistics History Liberal arts and sciences, general studies and humanities Mathematics and statistics Multi/interdisciplinary studies Natural resources and conservation Parks, recreation, leisure, and fitness studies Philosophy and religious studies Physical sciences Psychology Public administration and social service professions Social sciences Visual and performing arts
School Type: 4-year, Private not-for-profit Campus Setting: Suburb: Large Student Population: 3,101 Undergraduate Students: 2,610
Smith College Elm St Northampton, Massachusetts 01063
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