Skidmore College: Please note the college will be closed from December 22 January 6. Thank you.Read More
- "I met you as a first-year student – young, bright-eyed and eager to dig into my Scribner Seminar. Years later, here’s my ode to all we’ve been through, and learned, together."
- The popular business course Management and Business 107 gives students real-world experience as they propose ways to improve a business. This semester, students are pitching a tuneup of Harley-Davidson, Inc.
- Harry Mooney '21 says, "Many college students (including me) get caught trying to balance it all. Unfortunately, that can mean forgetting to take care of ourselves."
- Meet Juleyka Lantigua-Williams ’96, a government major who loved her genetics class and was on the construction team for the theater company. Today, she’s a storyteller opening media to more people of color.
- Zoe Pagliaro '20 shares photos from a week in her Skidmore life that was "filled to the brim" with causes and projects she's passionate about.
- Myriad memories were captured by Skidmore students who studied abroad this past year. View nine top photos from Skidmore's 2018 Off-Campus Study and Exchanges photo contest.
- The Skidmore community joined together again to collect more than $13,000, 4,000 food items and 1,050 school supplies and personal care items for nonprofit organizations.
- Anthropology professor Joowon Park is using K-pop, the spirited, South Korean music phenomenon, to help first-year students explore interdisciplinary ideas and acclimate to the rigors of academic life at Skidmore.
- A vibrant performance by music professor Ruth Opara’s African Drumming and Dance course transported Skidmore students to southeastern Nigeria, where Opara grew up.
We believe that every life is made more profound with creativity at its core.Read More
We’re completely committed to environmental action. From our own solar field and 29 buildings with geothermal heating and cooling, to student-run composting, gardens, and more–we’re doing it ourselves so our ecosystems, and those beyond them, can reap immediate benefits.