Overview

Founded1813
Type of collegePrivate, independent, four-year, liberal arts
Degree grantedBachelor of Arts
Campus714 acres in Waterville, Maine
Carbon neutralityNet zero carbon emissions

Academics

Majors and minors56 majors, 35 minors, independent major options
Academic calendar4 – 1 – 4 (includes Jan Plan)
Study abroadNearly 200 programs in more than 60 countries

Student Body

Student body2,100 students
Geographic diversityMore than 45 states and 70 countries represented
Students of ColorMore than 27%
International studentsMore than 8%
First-generation-to-college studentsMore than 10%

Student Life

HousingNearly 100% of students live on campus
Active clubs on campus100+
Intercollegiate athletic teams32
Athletic conferenceNESCAC; Division III (Division I in Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, and Squash)

Postgraduate Success

Graduates of the Class of 2020 who are employed or attending graduate school94%
Alumni ultimately earning a graduate degree75%

Financial Aid*

Comprehensive fee$77,240
Percent students receiving grant aid42%
Average first-year financial aid package$59,000

Class of 2025*

Number of applicants15,857
Percent admitted8%
Median SAT score1520
Median ACT score34
(*as of May 10, 2021 for the Class of 2025)