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Join us for a live virtual event designed to introduce you to Skidmore from afar.
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Review the latest news and information related to Admissions and the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

 

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Why Skidmore?

A powerful curriculum. A passionate community. A pivotal career network and a phenomenal campus. And that’s only the start.

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Costs and aid
Costs and aid
Access and affordability

We believe every student admitted to Skidmore deserves the opportunity to attend, which is why we proudly strive to meet 100% of demonstrated financial need for all students.

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Explore Skidmore

The best way to find out if Skidmore is the right fit for you is to visit our gorgeous campus in person or through our various virtual guides.

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First-Year Applicants

First-Year Applicants

Review Skidmore's application requirements, including options for applying Early Decision and Regular Decision.

International Applicants

International Applicants

Learn more about what life is like as an international student at Skidmore, as well as a few unique steps you'll need to take when you apply.

Transfer applicants

Transfer applicants

Skidmore accepts transfer applicants for both the fall and spring semesters. Learn more about how to apply.

Parents and Families

Parents and Families

Parents, families and guardians play vital roles in the college search process. A big part is support, but there's a lot more to it. Learn more about how we can work together.

60%
Study abroad
90%
Live on campus
 
$48,000
Average first-year aid grant
84%
Complete at least one internship

 

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Faculty Academic Showcase
October 30, 2020
4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Online

The Faculty Academic Showcase will include brief faculty presentations, followed by opportunities for questions about 45 of Skidmore's academic majors, minors and programs. Each presentation/Q&A will be 30-minutes long in order to allow you to choose and join in two sessions.

Faculty are happy to discuss their department or program philosophy, the range of courses offered, the differences between a major and minor, study abroad and internship options or any topic you wish to pursue.