Fort Lewis College
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Williams College which is a 450-acre campus along with 2,900 outlying acres, also including the Hopkins Memorial Forest (2,600 acres). It houses over 170 academic, athletic, and residential buildings including the new Williams College Child Care Center, Schapiro Hall, Hollander Hall, and the Paresky Center which is equipped to enable every student to get the most out of their study experience at Williams College.
It has the following facilities;
Library Services include research and reference assistance, user education, and automated access to the collection and more than 350 databases. It has 906,454 volumes in the Sawyer and Schow Science libraries and 65,847 in Chapin Rare Books Library. Its resources include approximately 232,500 books, bound periodicals, and auction sales catalogues, with current journal subscriptions totaling 670.
The campus is has both wired and wireless access to central systems and servers and to the Internet. The Office for Information Technology (OIT) provides computer services, equipment, and infrastructure to serve the academic and administrative needs of the college. Around 1500 computers are given access by OIT across campus, of about 500 of which are available in student accessible labs. The OIT staff bears 80 electronic classrooms, four media studios and 19 public computer labs.
Dining is a true experience at Williams College, as it offers a wide array of exciting meal plans to choose from. It operates three dining halls, two snack bars, and a grab ’n go lunch program in addition to the Faculty House/Alumni Center, a catering operation, vending, and the college mail room.
This center serves as an opportunity in linking communities and molding individuals. It provides a space for transformative interactions that contributes to the advancement of diverse social identities. The Center supports critical thinking, enables meaningful dialogue and promoted multilateral exchange..
The Thompson Health Center, located at 105 The Knolls (the end of Hoxsey Street), is the on-campus health facility to meet your health-care needs. The staffs of skilled clinicians, educators and support personnel provide care and education to keep the campus society well, and provide quality treatment to all recipients’.
Williamstown is located in the Berkshires in northwestern Massachusetts, 135 miles from Boston and 165 miles from New York City.