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Scribner Village Aerial

Scribner Village has been part of the Skidmore community since 1973, and for many Skidmore alumni, the village is a big part of their memories. This year, Scribner Village is being replaced with new housing that will play an important role in the College's community and hold a special place in current and future students' hearts. Scribner Demo

Celebrate Scribner Village with us, and you could win one of the Scribner Village signs that we'll be giving away druing the months of October and November. All you need to do to qualify is: 

  • Post Scribner photos on the college's Alumni Facebook pageor
  • Share your Scribner memories on Twitter using #ScribnerSigns or
  • Make a gift to support Skidmore between 10/23 and 11/27 or
  • Do all three! 
Scribner Village 1974

We'll be sending weekly emails to remind you of entry deadlines and to announce the lucky winners! If you prefer not to receive a weekly email, please let us know. By the way, if you've made a gift since June 1, 2012, you are already eligible to participate.

You are solely responsible for the content of your submissions. However, Skidmore reserves the right to delete, move, or edit submissions that it, in its sole discretion, deems abusive, defamatory, obscene, in violation of copyright or trademark laws or otherwise unacceptable. 

Good luck!  

Thank you to all of our alumni who shared their Scribner Village memories over the last five weeks.

Official Rules: No gift or entry fee necessary to participate. Anyone age 18 and older is eligible to participate. Anyone who has made a gift between June 1, 2012, and November 27, 2012, is automatically entered. Signs will be given away between October 23, 2012, and November 27, 2012. To enter to win a Scribner Village sign, contact Skidmore College’s Annual Fund at 800-584-0115 or email Please include your name, address and phone number so you can be contacted if you win. Only one entry per person. Signs have no dollar value.