While some colleges have rigid academic requirements, Amherst College bases it academics on an open curriculum. Amherst’s only required courses are a first-year seminar and those needed for your major. This allows for unparalleled freedom in designing your curriculum, and with a student-to-faculty ratio below 10:1 and an average class size of about 15, you’ll never find yourself lost in a crowd. Student life at Amherst is no less involved. The college features more than 100 student-run organizations. If you have an interest that isn’t represented by one of these groups, it’s easy to start your own. Residence life is also an important component of Amherst’s campus community, with nearly all of students living on campus.
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Amherst College uses 204 different technologies from 10 different vendors. They have above average use of several technologies including Skype, Microsoft.NET and Moodle
Amherst College uses products from 10 different product categories. They are particularly heavy users of products in Operating Systems, Database Management System, and Software Frameworks.
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|SuccessFactors||Enterprise HR Management||SAP|
|Azure DNS||DNS Servers||Microsoft Corporation|