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IES Germany and Colgate Santa Fe Info Sessions!

Hello Everyone, We have two programs coming to Skidmore to talk about their offerings today and tomorrow.   IES Germany Info Session Thursday, February 15th (today!) at 7:00pm in Palamountain 426 (World Languages & Literature Center.) There will be Putnam... Continue Reading →

OCSE Student Blog Feature: Olivia Glaser

Olivia is studying off-campus at Williams-Mystic’s Maritime Studies program. At this program, she is studying: History, Literature, Marine Sciences, and Marine Policy with topics that range from “Music of the Sea” to “Shipsmithing.” Olivia is an Environmental Studies major who... Continue Reading →

Upcoming Events: Off-Campus Study Info Sessions

Studying off-campus can be a daunting task – from all of the programs to choose from and then the application process. As always we’ve got you covered here at the OCSE office. There are a bunch of upcoming information sessions... Continue Reading →

Upcoming Events: Coming Home After Studying Off-Campus

Studying off-campus can be a difficult feat from applying, to the preparation, and then the experience of actually studying off-campus. It also can be difficult coming back to campus, which you can read all about on our “Coming Home” page... Continue Reading →


 
 

Diversity and Inclusion at Skidmore College

Skidmore College is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive community in which members develop their abilities to live in a complex and interconnected world. Consistent with our educational mission, we recognize ourselves as a community that respects individual identities based on varying sociocultural characteristics such as race, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, national origin, first language, religious and spiritual tradition, age, ability, socioeconomic status, and learning style. We strive to create a socially just world that honors the dignity and worth of each individual, and we seek to build a community centered on mutual respect and openness to ideas—one in which individuals value cultural and intellectual diversity and share the responsibility for creating a welcoming, safe, and inclusive environment. We recognize that our community is most inclusive when all members participate to their full capacity in the spirited, and sometimes challenging, conversations that are at the center of the College's educational mission.

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