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#1 College Town
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Yes, we love it here, but don't just take our word for it. Amherst was recently voted as one of the "best college towns" by two independent surveys.

Beyond the Classroom

A visit to Hampshire is the single most important way to get to know what the College has to offer. Learn what it's really like to live, work, and study at one of America's most outstanding colleges.

Campus Visit Day

Become a Hampshire student for a day. Our classrooms are open for you to investigate, so grab a chair. Pick the brains of current students and faculty across campus to get the inside scoop on Hampshire College. The admissions office hosts information sessions, tours, and a delicious luncheon to supplement the day.

Come imagine what you might be doing with your education and meet the community who join your journey.

Monday, October 19

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Tour and Info Sessions

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Other Ways to Visit Campus

Virtual Tour

If you aren't able to visit, explore the campus through our Virtual Tour.

Explore the Pioneer Valley

The Pioneer Valley is known for its natural beauty, progressive thought, and vibrant arts scene. In addition, the town of Amherst and the city of Northampton are bustling with excellent restaurants, cafés, pubs, and coffee shops.

If you're planning to visit during New England's winter months, you may want to check our snow phone (413.559.5508) for possible delays or closings.

In the Spotlight
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Hampshire Highlighted in AASHE's 2014 Sustainability Review

Hampshire College is one of 11 institutions worldwide highlighted in the AASHE 2014 Higher Education Sustainability Review, which reports on “trends toward high-impact transformative learning projects and partnerships to advance sustainability on a local and global front.”

#1 College Town
students walking

Yes, we love it here, but don't just take our word for it. Amherst was recently voted as one of the "best college towns" by two independent surveys.

Beyond the Classroom
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