The co-curricular and residential programs at Skidmore consider students to be adults ready to take responsibility for their learning, the quality of their social environment, and their daily life. We support your rights to privacy, freedom of inquiry and expression, and your participation in College governance. We also expect you to meet high standards for academic integrity and personal conduct.
Who are We?
Student Conduct is housed within the Office of Residential Life. The Associate Director of Student Conduct oversees the process and is supervised by the Associate Dean for Residential Life and Student Conduct
What Do We Do?
We promote responsible community membership and positive relationships through the values of honesty, integrity, and consideration. We do this by educating students on the impact of their behavior, promoting thoughtful decision-making, and encouraging them to become engaged and responsible citizens of the Skidmore Community and beyond.
COVID Community Standards
For the 2020-2021 academic year, due to the ongoing global pandemic, the College has developed a set of expectations for students to prioritize community health and safety.