A student-led, nondenominational organization, Christian Fellowship holds weekly meetings, prayer meetings, and Bible studies, as well as various outings, events, and retreats.
The purpose of this club is to explore and bring awareness regarding the diverse and
common cultures, social trends, traditions and politics of Islamicated regions. These
regions include the Middle East, North Africa, and Southwest Asia.
Hayat seeks to promote awareness and educate students on issues surrounding the indigenous customs of these locations. As such, this club includes the customs and faiths that reflect the complex cultural fabric of these regions including but not limited to Islam, Coptic Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc.
The Skidmore Hillel group on campus seeks to explore, through educational means, the present and historical place of Judaism. Open to Jewish and non-Jewish students alike, Hillel sponsors cultural, religious, educational and social activities.
The Newman Club provides means for the spiritual, intellectual, and social development of Catholic and non-Catholic students at Skidmore. They also assist the needy and enhance ineterfaith awareness on campus.