Programs and Services
Each year Skidmore College sends representatives to attend the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education. This year, the 26th Annual Conference will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana. If you are interested in attending, please complete the student application form found HERE or contact the Director of OSDP. To learn more about NCORE, go to http://www.ncore.ou.edu/
Office of Student Diversity Programs Library
Made possible through donations from Student Government Association, the Office of Student Diversity Programs has numerous books and DVD's that can be borrowed free of charge. The library is located in the Intercultural Lounge (Case 225). Students, staff and faculty must have a valid Skidmore ID to check out library materials and will need to return them within two weeks.
Serving Self, Serving Society Pre-Orientation
A a college student, civic engagement opens the door to new ways of looking at and understanding the human condition. This program seeks to help students recognize the value of community service work to their college experience and how to bring that interest into balance with the many other demands that full-time study and life away from home may bring. You will participate in a variety of activities, discussions and a community service project.
Created in the Spring of 2007, Project Unity is a civic and social forum for Skidmore's students of color, students of various sexual orientations and gender identities and expressions, international students, and their allies. The goal of the program is to promote the creation of an inter-group alliance and, in turn, help form a clear, strong and unified voice for all "minority" students at Skidmore College. Project Unity also aims to address students' sense of campus-belonging by establishing a supportive "home-base" at the College. For more information, please email email@example.com.
SGA Committee on Diversity Affairs (CODA)
OSDP works closely with Student Government through CODA. The Committee is primarily concerned with institutional policy issues. It also addresses relevant club affairs, coordinates programs aimed at educating the campus and facilitates dialogue on diversity. Contact Jovany Andujar '13, SGA Vice President for Diversity Affairs.
Respect Matters Campaign
The Respect Matters! Campaign is the result of the work of the 2007 Leadership Institute graduates. Respect Matters! looks toward Skidmore College’s future by addressing our commitment to diversity today. The Respect Matters! Campaign is dedicated to establishing a safe learning environment and promoting social awareness until tolerance prevails. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to get involved.
The ALANA list-serv allows members to stay informed of diversity-related events and opportunities on Campus and within the Community. If you wish to be added to the ALANA list-serv, please email email@example.com or enter your email in the field below: