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.
College continues to provide campus-wide fall planning
working remotely for the fall semester. Email is the
best way to contact staff, but you can also call and
leave a voicemail.
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
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
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.
The Career Development
to support all students. Students are invited
to schedule an appointment or have their documents
for Leadership, Teaching, and Learning
For summer faculty professional development
opportunities, see CLTL's
Summer 2020 Professional Development Calendar.
Office of Community
to share ways to give
Like the Skidmore Office of
Community Service Facebook page for
seeking counseling services may make use of the
The Financial Aid
is fully available by
by phone at 518-580-5750. They are checking voicemails
is working remotely for the fall
semester. Email is
the best way to contact staff, but you can also call
518-580-8111 and leave a voicemail.
Services and the Counseling Center
available to support students.
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
faculty to email all Help Desk requests to a new
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
should continue to submit IT support requests by
emailing the Help
or calling 518-580-5900 from 8:30 a.m. to noon or 1 to
4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Study & Exchanges
The Office of Off-Campus
working remotely for the fall semester. Email is the
best way to contact staff, but you can also call
518-580-5355 and leave a voicemail.
available to offer support to all OP students, on campus
and off. Staff will be working remotely this fall
semester to assist with advising, academic support and
social support. OP students should feel encouraged to
reach out to staff by email and/or
schedule video conferencing for any needs that
Skidmore Post Office is now delivering letter mail in
the mornings and packages in the afternoons on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays only. If a package arrives on a
Tuesday or Thursday, it may be picked up at the Post
Office. Window hours are 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Cash payment is no longer accepted, only
Skidmore IDs and departmental purchasing cards. The Post
Office is only accepting prepaid packages from all
carriers, as the UPS station is no longer available for
use. Large prepaid packages can be dropped off at the
Post Office, while smaller packages can be placed in the
blue courier boxes in the Case Center vestibule or on
the first floor of Jonsson Tower near the laundry room.
Distributions and notices are no longer accepted. For
more information, email the Skidmore
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
payment is no longer accepted; Skidmore IDs and
department purchasing cards are accepted.
The Purchasing Office is fully operational and
accessible by emailing Anne
leaving a voicemail at 518-580-5848 or 518-580-5849.
The Registrar�s Office is working remotely for the fall
semester. Email is the best way to contact staff, but
you can also call and leave a voicemail. Contact
information for staff can be found here.
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
check Instagram for
Library is now circulating physical books from its
collections via �curbside� pick-up. To request
materials, fill out the
Scribner Library is currently in Phase 3 of its
and is aiming for Phase 4 by the start of classes. The
library has also rolled out a new, improved
Tang is open online while the building is closed. Find
exhibitions, at-home art-making projects and more on the
new Tang at Home
student tutors offer one-on-one consultations for
writers at every stage of the writing process. Fall 2020
office hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through
Thursday; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday; noon to 4 p.m.
Saturday; and noon to 10 p.m. Sunday. Some appointments
will be in person at the Writing Center, on the fourth
floor of Scribner Library, and some will be online.
There are no walk-in hours this fall. Students may
appointment times and the location of that appointment.
Masks will be required for all in-person