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Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Hobart and William Smith Colleges (collectively, The Colleges of the Seneca) are located on 195 acres in New York state's Finger Lakes region in Geneva, New York, United States. They trace their origins to Geneva Academy established in 1797. Hobart College (men) and William Smith College (women) are both liberal arts colleges offering the degrees of Bachelor of Arts, bachelor of science and master of arts in teaching.

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