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Within the limits of available funds, Williams endeavors to offer its educational opportunities to all who qualify for admission. Income from its endowment and annual contributions from its alumni and friends have enabled Williams to keep its tuition at a
 

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EXPENSES
Within the limits of available funds, Williams endeavors to offer its educational opportunities to all who qualify for admission. Income from its
endowment and annual contributions from its alumni and friends have enabled Williams to keep its tuition at about half the actual cost per student to the
College.
Payment of Term Bills
College bills for one-half of all tuition and fees are sent electronically to students twice a year (in mid-July and mid-December) for payment on
August 15 and January 15; a fee of $250 may be charged if payment is received after these dates. Term bills must be paid before the semester's classes
begin or the student may not be permitted to enroll in classes or remain in residence at the College. Billing statements for accounts with outstanding
balances or current activity will be issued monthly and are due upon receipt.
All outstanding balances must be paid to the Bursar, and all books and materials must be returned to the Library, before the student is entitled to a
degree or a transcript.
College Bills
College charges for tuition, room, board, and fees for the academic year 2011-2012 are as follows:
Tuition $42,938
Board 5,590
Room 5,780
Activities and Residential House Fees 252
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$54,560

  

Source: Aalberts, Daniel P. - Department of Physics, Williams College

 

Collections: Physics