Hamilton, a liberal arts college with an emphasis on individualized instruction and independent research, is a national leader in teaching effective writing and persuasive speaking.|
Hamilton's curriculum provides its highly motivated students with both the freedom and responsibility to make educational choices that emphasize breadth and depth.
Through independent projects, the Senior Program, and summer internships with faculty, Hamilton provides an increasing number of opportunities for students to engage in significant -- often publishable -- research at the undergraduate level.
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