Case Center serves as the College's campus center.
There are more than 80 different student clubs on campus.
Creative Thought Matters at Skidmore College.
Skidmore students stop for lunch in the Dining Hall.
Students relax on campus in-between classes.
Students walk across campus to classes.
The First-Year Experience at Skidmore is a central component for transitioning to
The Tang Teaching and Art Museum and Gallery is renowned for its ability to foster
dialogue between academic disciplines.
A view of the campus green with the iconic Murray-Aikins Dining Hall in the background.
Haput Pond in the fall.
The Lucy Scribner Library on a winter's night.
Skidmore offers 19 varsity sports, including men's and women's soccer.
Downtown Saratoga Springs is a 10-minute walk from campus.
The Arthur Zankel Music Center at Skidmore College is the hub of musical activity
Skidmore students help new students on move-in day.
Welcome to Skidmore!
There are approximately 2,400 students on campus who hail from 47 states and 46 countries.
Skidmore offers 19 varsity sports, including men and women's swimming and diving.
Skidmore uses an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning.
Skidmore students are creative and involved, in and out of the classroom.
Campus life is special at a small, residential college. Inside the "Skidmore bubble"
is the place where students study, eat, sleep, and immerse themselves in college co-curricular
life. Through participation in student government, on college committees, in orientation
programs, student clubs and organizations, retreats, trainings, and volunteer work,
students acquire the skills of leadership, strategic planning, and collaboration and
cooperation with people of different perspectives and backgrounds. Co-curricular life
is a place where students get to apply what they learn in the classroom, express the
values and commitments central to their identities, and develop the core skills and
dispositions informed, responsible citizenship.
The Office of Campus Life supports student co-curricular learning and helps build
a strong and vibrant campus community.
David R. Karp, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Student Affairs/Director of Campus Life
Professor of Sociology