Williams College offers campus housing (college-owned, operated, or affiliated) and it's total dormitory capacity is 2,014 (approximately 93.72 % students are living in the housing facilities). The average room & board charge for academic year 2019-2020 is $14,500. In addition, the school has meal plans for all students and the average charge for the meal plans is $7,150 annually.
Williams College does not offer the online classes (distance learning opportunities) for any degree program. The school provides the study abroad programs to its students.
Freshmen (full-time) are required to live in on-campus house (e.g. dorms) at Williams College. Next table summarizes the special learning opportunities at Williams College for academic year 2017-2018.
(Typical Annual Charge: $7,150)
Williams College provides number of student services including remedial education, academic/career counseling & wellness, employment for students and placement services for completers. In addition, the school has on-campus daycare center for it's students, staffs, and faculties. It has own libraries on its campus. Next table lists student services provided by Williams College to its attendants.
|Academic/career counseling service||✔|
|Employment services for students||✔|
|Placement services for completers||✔|
|On-campus day care for students' children||✔|
|Library facilities at institution||✔|
Williams College is a member of National Athletic Association (NAA) and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Next table describes sports and athletic information at Williams College campus.
|Baseball||27||0||New England Small College Ath Conf|
|Basketball||14||11||New England Small College Ath Conf|
|Field Hockey||0||29||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Football||75||0||New England Small College Ath Conf|
|Golf||19||8||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Ice Hockey||23||23||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Lacrosse||32||26||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Rowing||47||41||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Skiing||19||16||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Soccer||26||27||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Softball||0||15||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Squash||17||13||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Swimming and Diving||36||29||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Tennis||10||11||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Track and Field, Indoor||44||42||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Track and Field, Outdoor||44||42||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Track and Field, X-Country||45||42||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Volleyball||0||13||NCAA Division III (with football)|
|Wrestling||16||0||NCAA Division III (with football)|
Williams College has programs, benefits and/or services to veterans, military service members, or their families.
|Yellow Ribbon Program|
(officially known as Post-9/11 GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program)
|Credit for military training||✗|
|Dedicated point of contact for support services for veterans, military service members, and their families||✗|
|Recognized student veteran organization||✗|
|Member of Service members Opportunity Colleges||✔|
Williams College is an institution that opens to general public. It is not affiliated with any religion. The school does not offer medical degree and it does not have its own hospital. Next table shows additional and special facts about Williams College.
|Religious Affiliation||Not applicable|
|Historical Black School||✗|
|Offer Medical Degree||✗|
Williams College has a library system that has 2 library branches and 1,133,114 physical, digital, and electronic books. Next table shows the statistics related to the academic libraries that Williams College has.
|Number of Physical Books||795,480|
|Number of Digital/Electronic Books||337,634|
|Number of Digital/Electronic Databases||117|
|Number of Physical Media||23,642|
|Total Physical Library Collections (books and media)||819,122|
|Total Electronic Library Collections (books and media)||337,775|
|Total Physical Library Circulations (books and media)||73,728|
|Total Electronic Library Circulations (books and media)||116,419|
|Number of Branches and Independent Libraries||2|
|Preservation Service||Not Support|
|Virtual Reference Service||Support|
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