The Sigma Phi House
|Location||Clinton, New York|
|Years of Operation||1994-2000|
|Avg. Number of Students||360|
|Humanities||Etymologies | Logic: Principles of Reasoning | Ethics | Existentialism | Introduction to History | Gandhi's India | Newton, Darwin, and Einstein | American Studies: The Sixties | Law and Politics in US History | Topics in Psychology|
|Writing||Crafting the Essay | Shakespeare's Comedy|
|Math||Mathematical Reasoning | Math Sequence|
|Computer Science||Theoretical Computer Science|
|Science||Introduction to Laboratory Sciences | Astronomy | Paleobiology | Introduction to Biomedical Sciences | The History of Disease | Introduction to Neuroscience | Fast-Paced High School Chemistry|
Hamilton College started in the late 1700's as Hamilton-Oneida Academy, which was in part named for the Oneida tribe of Upstate New York and the prior named for Alexander Hamilton. It began as a college in the early 1800's and became coeducational in 1978.
From the CTY Catalog (1997):
Hamilton College is located in Clinton, New York, a small town approximately 45 minutes from Syracuse. Chartered in 1812, Hamilton has an attractive 1200-acre campus that overlooks the Oriskany and Mohawk Valleys. The buildings are a mix of traditional and modern architecture with superb learning and recreational facilities and modern residence halls.