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 minors57 majors, 36 minors, independent major options
Academic calendar4 – 1 – 4 (includes Jan Plan)
Study abroadNearly 200 programs in more than 60 countries

Student Body

Student body2,200 students
Geographic diversity45 states and 63 countries represented
Students of colorMore than 29%
International studentsMore than 9%
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 degreeApproximately 60%

Financial Aid*

Comprehensive fee$79,850
Percent of students receiving grant aid42%
Average first-year financial aid package$63,100

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)