Smith College is a private liberal arts women's college in Northampton, Massachusetts. It was chartered in 1871 by Sophia Smith and opened in 1875. It is the largest member of the historic Seven Sisters colleges, a group of elite women's colleges in the Northeastern United States. Smith is also a member of the Five College Consortium, along with four other nearby institutions in the Pioneer Valley: Mount Holyoke College, Amherst College, Hampshire College, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst; students of each college are allowed to attend classes at any other member institution. On campus are Smith's Museum of Art and Botanic Garden, the latter designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.Source: Wikipedia
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How much does it cost to attend?
|Income||Average Net Cost|
|0 - 30K||$6,075|
|30K - 48K||$10,169|
|48K - 75K||$16,394|
|75K - 110K||$22,926|
Averages for 10 years after enrolling
What's it like to attend this school?
Full time on-campus stats
Where will you be attending?
Elm St, Northampton MA 01063
On Campus Crime Rates
20 per 100K
0 per 100K
City Crime Rates
21 per 100K
5 per 100K
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Who are Smith College's Most influential alumni?
Smith College 's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Literature, Education, and Psychology
American children's writer
American writer and illustrator of children's books
New Testament and Jewish studies scholar
South Korean wine critic
Novelist, short story writer, essayist
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