Announcements

CRRSA Act (HEERF II)

Williams College signed and returned (on May 13th, 2020) to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement for receipt of the CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF); the CRRSA Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF II) for student aid in the amount of $1,184,616 were included… Continue reading »

An Option to Book Your Travel to and from Campus

Students from the US have an option to book their travel through EGENCIA, the College’s online travel software platform. New students will receive an email from Egencia offering a link that will grant access to book through the College’s travel planning partner. The costs for your ticket… Continue reading »

Study Away 2021 – 2022

Study abroad programs such as Williams-Mystic, Twelve College Exchange, or any other program approved by the Office of International Education and Study Away and the Committee on Academic Standing can be funded with Williams and federal financial aid. If you are planning to study away for the 2021-2022 academic year… Continue reading »

2020 Taxable Scholarship Reimbursement

Williams College will reimburse any current undergraduate student for the amount of federal tax liability generated by their taxable scholarships and grants. Students interested in reimbursement should submit a 2020 Taxability of Scholarships and Grants with a signed and dated copy of their 2020 federal income tax return and… Continue reading »

Spring 2021 Book Grant

For the Spring 2021 semester, the process for buying books will be similar as last fall due to the COVID-19 requirements by the college. You will order your books from The Williams Bookstore using their online system. Your 7 digit Student ID number will serve as tender to charge your… Continue reading »

CARES Act

Williams College signed and returned (on May 13th) to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement for receipt of the CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF) for student aid in the amount of $1,564,588. The College awarded 100% of the funds in direct grants to students to… Continue reading »

Private Loan Options for Students and Families

When institutional and federal aid do not cover your cost of education, private educational loans are available to help finance your family contribution. Williams College has partnered with ELM Resources, who provides a free and secure online platform that allows students and their families to research and compare… Continue reading »

Yellow Ribbon

The Williams institutional match for Yellow Ribbon benefit recipients is “unlimited”. Please click here for details about the Yellow Ribbon program at Williams. Continue reading »

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