Admission deans and members of our QuestBridge community pose with their Tusks Up!
An Amherst Admission Packet
Kirby Memorial Theater
Students perform Amherst’s contemporary adaptation of Henrick Ibsen’s Peer Gynt in Kirby Theater.
Dance Master Class taught in Kirby Theater.
First-year quad in summer.
First-year quad in fall.
First-year quad in early winter.
Frost Library in the winter.
Student searching among the many book stacks.
An enthusiastic Emma Cape ’22 waves to the crowd as her a cappella group, The Sabrinas, takes a bow following their set at a Family Weekend event in Johnson Chapel.
Unveiling of Emily Dickinson Paintings in Johnson Chapel. Pendant portraits of Emily Dickinson by Bob Sweeney, the William R. Mead Professor of Art.
Valentine Dining Hall Quad Entrance
Valentine Dining Hall in Fall
Executive chef Stefaia Patinella and the dining team prep for Commencement. Pictured here: asparagus, roasted fennel, potatoe salad, and a vegetable blend of sweet potatoes.
Research in Beneski
Science Center during Family Weekend
Every summer, dozens of Amherst College students engage in research in the physical sciences, natural sciences, social sciences and humanities. From laboratories to archives to the field, students can spend six or more weeks extending their classroom research, working on their senior theses or assisting in faculty experiments. The Summer Research Poster Session is an opportunity for student researchers to share works in progress, summer research stories, thesis ideas and experimental results.
Resource Centers Team Open House during Mammoth Week.
Keefe Campus Center
The Keefe Campus Center hosted an End-of-Year Community Celebration. Students, staff, and faculty came together to celebrate the end of the academic year, build community, and cultivate joy with live music, food, s’mores, raffle prizes, and a photo booth.
Beneski Hall and Museum of Natural History
Home of Amherst basketball and volleyball, the space features unique architecture, a main competition court, and a secondary practice court. Opening its doors in 1976 and dubbed the New Gymnasium, a fire destroyed the original facility in 1985 before it was rebuilt with the generous support of Richard LeFrak ’67 and the Richard and Karen LeFrak Charitable Foundation. Renamed LeFrak Gym, the space still thrives today and has hosted countless athletic triumphs & indoor events.
A 25-yard, six-lane facility with a separate two-lane warm up area, Pratt Pool runs seven to 14 feet deep and features stadium seating along one side and a wall of windows on the other for spectators to enjoy the competition while in the Friends of Amherst room. The facility also includes a state-of-the-art Colorado Timing and video board system as well as a fitness, strength and stretching area above the pool deck.
Converse Hall in Fall
Cole Assembly Room in Converse Hall
College Hall in Spring
Loeb Center for Career Exploration and Planning staff members serve as thought partners to help you think about steps you can take to begin or continue your career development process.
Next Gen Leadership Institute is an interterm program designed for first-generation and/or low-income students to cultivate and highlight existing social and cultural capital in their personal and professional lives coordinated by the Loeb Center & Office of Campus Diversity & Student Leadership.
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