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All About

Living in Smith College, MA

Smith College, a private liberal arts school in Northampton, Massachusetts, is an independent women’s college, and the largest member of the Seven Sisters consortium. Founded in 1871, Smith has a long history of academic success in the liberal arts, and is regarded among the finest options for women’s higher education in the country. Many young women pursue student living in Northampton because of the town’s distinctly New England character, and it’s emergence as a cultural hub. The 2,600 undergraduates enrolled at Smith College are able to find student housing in on-campus dormitories as well as Smith College apartments, flanked by the city’s plentiful art and music venues.

Offering 41 academic departments and programs, Smith attracts students with an interest in the niche specialties of the liberal arts curriculum. The college holds the distinction of being the first and only women’s college in the U.S. to grant its own undergraduate degrees in engineering. Both men and women are invited to complete graduate work at Smith, which leads to Masters degrees in teaching, fine arts, education of the deaf, and science, or a doctoral degree in social work. In 2010, U.S. News and World Report ranked Smith the 14th best liberal arts college in the country.

Off campus housing near Smith College helps students absorb the unique culture of Northampton, Massachusetts. A college apartment in this area places students near the Connecticut River and Paradise Pond, a plethora of hiking trains, and events such as LGBT Pride festivities.

Looking for apartments near Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts? Look no further than ApartmentGuide.com to find Smith College apartments for rent and learn more about this neighborhood.

What Renters Like and Dislike

What Renters Like and Dislike About Smith College

Lots of restaurants. Close to highways. Historic landmarks that make it a nice place. Public transportation is accesible

Close to the train and downtown but surrounded by hills .We have a beautiful park and hiking trails and it s close to many restaurand and independent cinema

My heighborhood is quiet and near the downtown area with close freeway access sanf the neighbors are friendly. Iam close to stores and resturant in my area,

It's good to have convenient transportation and supermarkets and restaurants to make it easier for me to get around and it's good to have park

Friendly working family neighborhood that seems to take care of the surrounding .I love the Superior Grocers market ...a great market with an amazing fresh products and meat department where the staff goes beyond the extra mile to help.it a a supermarket but with a mama and papa store attitude

kinda near my house theres this really good restaurant it's not as expensive. It's really good & it's close to us so it's better.

Smith College Education

Schools

Top Schools in Smith College

5/10

Bridge Street School

Grades PK-5 • Public

6/10

Jackson Street School

Grades K-5 • Public

6/10

R. K. Finn Ryan Road School

Grades K-5 • Public

5/10

Leeds Elementary School

Grades PK-5 • Public

3/10

Center School

Grades K-4 • Public

5/10

Neil A Pepin

Grades K-4 • Public

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All About

Living in Smith College, MA

Smith College, a private liberal arts school in Northampton, Massachusetts, is an independent women’s college, and the largest member of the Seven Sisters consortium. Founded in 1871, Smith has a long history of academic success in the liberal arts, and is regarded among the finest options for women’s higher education in the country. Many young women pursue student living in Northampton because of the town’s distinctly New England character, and it’s emergence as a cultural hub. The 2,600 undergraduates enrolled at Smith College are able to find student housing in on-campus dormitories as well as Smith College apartments, flanked by the city’s plentiful art and music venues.

Offering 41 academic departments and programs, Smith attracts students with an interest in the niche specialties of the liberal arts curriculum. The college holds the distinction of being the first and only women’s college in the U.S. to grant its own undergraduate degrees in engineering. Both men and women are invited to complete graduate work at Smith, which leads to Masters degrees in teaching, fine arts, education of the deaf, and science, or a doctoral degree in social work. In 2010, U.S. News and World Report ranked Smith the 14th best liberal arts college in the country.

Off campus housing near Smith College helps students absorb the unique culture of Northampton, Massachusetts. A college apartment in this area places students near the Connecticut River and Paradise Pond, a plethora of hiking trains, and events such as LGBT Pride festivities.

Looking for apartments near Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts? Look no further than ApartmentGuide.com to find Smith College apartments for rent and learn more about this neighborhood.