The following resources and services
are currently available to the Skidmore community. Updates and
additions to this list will be posted each week in the
Skidmore Weekly Bulletin. Please submit updates to this
list by email.
Skidmore College continues to provide
Academic services, advising
Academic Services, the Office
of Academic Advising, Peer
Academic Coaching and the Philip
Boshoff Writing Center will continue to support
students. A detailed list of how to access specific
services is available here. To request an appointment
for Peer Academic Coaching, students
may use this form.
are encouraged to email the Office of Academic
Advising or Student Academic
they have questions about how to support students at this
Accounts Payable staff are working
remotely and strongly encourage sending documentation
(invoices, check requests, expense reports and other forms)
electronically through scanned email attachments to Accounts
Payable. Original signatures are not required, and scanned
copies will be accepted. If a preparer or approver is unable
to physically sign a document, Accounts Payable will accept an
email directly from the individual. Please note in the email,
�As an authorized signor for my department, I have reviewed
and approved the attached payment request.� Please note that
most vendor payments are now being made by ACH transfer and
employee reimbursements are being processed as a check mailed
to your home address on file. Please email Accounts
Payable if you have any cash deposits, and special
arrangements for building access and drop-off will be made
with Campus Safety or the Card Office.
Development Center continues to support all students.
For details about what resources are available and how to
access them, see the CDC�s
COVID-19 FAQ page.
of Community Service Programs continues to share ways
to give back. Like the Skidmore
Office of Community Service Facebook page for weekly
All dining operations have been moved
from The Spa to Murray-Aikins Dining Hall. Hours are 8 a.m. to
8 p.m. The dining hall is only available to Skidmore students
living on campus and employees working on campus. Students who
have questions about their meal plans may contact Darlene
LeBaron in the Card Office.
seeking counseling services may make use of the Employee Assistance
Aid Office staff is fully available by
email and by phone at 518-580-5750. They are checking
Experience office is reachable by email and
by phone at 518-580-8111.
Health Services and the
Services and the Counseling
Center are available to support students.
Resources continues to provide assistance to
employees via phone or email. HR
is also offering new resources such as guidance on Best Practices for
employees with questions concerning time entry should contact Joan Rivers in
Technology asks faculty to email all Help Desk
requests to a new Faculty Help Desk to
expedite responses. In your email, it is essential that you
include a cellphone or landline number so someone from IT can
contact you. Calling the Help Desk phone line will not be your
quickest means of support.
should continue to submit IT
support requests by emailing the Help
from 8:30 a.m. to noon or 1 to 4:30 p.m. Monday through
is working with department heads to provide equipment where
needed. If you need a computer in order to operate remotely,
tell your supervisor, who will in turn tell the person
responsible for requests for the department.
re-routing, voicemails will delete automatically from the
voicemail system after seven days but will stay in your email
until you delete them.
of Leadership Activities will continue its work online,
taking to Instagram
and Facebook to
showcase student organizations and the work that clubs are
doing from afar, and to send messages of care and hope around
this virtual campus. OLA will also promote online lectures and
articles with leadership themes, coinciding with student
government elections for the fall 2020 semester. Club leaders
can expect guidance and best practices on holding their own
Off-Campus Study &
of Off-Campus Study & Exchanges will continue to
offer walk-in advising through phone calls or video chats from
1 to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Sign
Program remains available to offer support to all OP
students, on campus and off.
Skidmore College Post Office hours are
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, until further notice.
Student mailboxes are accessible 24 hours a day. There are no
deliveries on the weekend. For more information, email the Skidmore Post
Programs is working to assemble a team of peer
leaders to help welcome Skidmore�s Class of 2024. Follow
Pre-Orientation on Instagram
For more information, email Mary Ann
Print Services is open on Mondays and
Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. If you are experiencing
a service issue or have a printing question, contact Jim
The Purchasing Office is fully
operational and accessible by emailing Anne
Petruzzelli or Carol
Schnitzer or leaving a voicemail at 518-580-5848 or
Religious and Spiritual
The Office of Religious and Spiritual
Life continues to provide online and remote programming as the
Skidmore community finds new ways to support each other. An
updated list of programs, resources and ways to stay connected
can be found on the office�s webpage.
Students can reach the Office of
Residential Life by email or by
phone by leaving a message at 518-580-5765. Messages are
checked regularly during business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. For more information, visit the Residential
Life webpage or check Instagram
Library is offering daily, evening and some weekend
research help by online
chat, email and phone. To learn how to request materials
from the library�s collections while the library is closed, watch
this video. Check for daily updates and resources on the
COVID-19 FAQ page. Also, Scribner Library�s bathroom
newsletter has moved online. See the April issue of The
Writing on the Stall.
of Student Diversity Programs is available by email and will
continue to share information and programming while
collaborating with campus partners. To stay connected, visit
OSDP on Instagram.
The Tang Teaching
Museum staff is available to work with
Skidmore professors to make remote teaching from a Tang
exhibition or collection possible. Contact Rachel
Seligman for more information about
exhibitions, and contact Kara Jefts for
more information about collections. The
Tang now offers at-home art-making projects on the new
at Home webpage.
Zankel Music Center will post links to
past Skidmore student concerts at 7 p.m. every weekday on
Facebook page for everyone to enjoy from