I'm a student- are you hiring?
Open jobs are posted on our Jobs and Internships Page, Spring jobs are posted in late October, Summer jobs posted in December, and Fall jobs are posted in April. We can also offer one-or-two-credit internships each semester, from our own list of projects or with the project idea of the student. Email us to meet and/or get more information.
Where can I find a map of North Woods?
Visit the North Woods homepage for the most up to date map available. A map is located on the kiosk at each trail entrance on campus.
How can I join the campus bike share?
All staff, faculty and students can join the CDPHP Cycle! bike share program for free with their @skidmore.edu email address. Sign up on the CDPHP Cycle! webpage under the green Unlock Your Access button. You must sign up for this free membership on their website, then sign in to the app with your new account. More sign up details on our Transportation webpage. This program is active April to November and is in storage through the winter months.
How can I register my bike on campus?
Visit the Campus Safety Office in 1st floor JoTo to register your bicycle. They will have paperwork and a sticker for your bike.
How can I charge my Electric Vehicle at Skidmore?
We have 14 EV charging stations on campus. Visit our Transportation page for a charger map and parking policies.
Where can I donate gently used home goods, clothes, or food?
Consider donating your clothing at the Clothing Exchange located in 2nd floor Case Center. If you are donating goods at the end of the Spring Semester, please drop off gently sued goods at our Give+Go locations open through Exam and Senior Weeks. Additional donation options are noted on the Green Guide Move-In Move-Out page.
How do I recycle at Skidmore?
Skidmore has recycling bins throughout campus. Skidmore uses zero-sort recycling so
make sure your products are recyclable by checking out this graphic. E-waste recycling
associated with the college will be managed by IT.
Skidmore College is committed to environmental action. Skidmore's intention is reflected in its Strategic Plan, which states that Skidmore will "develop, broaden, and deepen the College's connections to the local community; enhance our ability to function as a socially and environmentally responsible corporate citizen," and "make the Skidmore campus an environmental laboratory, increase our emphasis on responsible planning for sustainable operation and continue efforts to reduce the College's 'environmental footprint'."
Actions speak louder than words, and Skidmore's actions are loud and clear. From our 29 buildings on campus that have geothermal heating and cooling systems, to the two full time professional Sustainability staff, Skidmore is making a clear effort towards environmental action. We invite you to explore our website and learn not only about the sustainability initiatives that are happening at Skidmore, but how you can improve your green living habits and participate in campus greening events.
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- U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, and others highlight Skidmore as a top liberal arts college with "Great Financial Aid," a “Best Value School," and a "Top Performer in Social Mobility."
- Senior research yields year-round growing and gathering space that will bolster sustainability efforts, coursework, and well-being at Skidmore.
- The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education designation recognizes Skidmore’s commitment to sustainability across all areas of the College.
- While campus is unusually quiet, we remain grateful for the familiar trails of North Woods, blossoming trees in our favorite corners of campus, Adirondack Chairs with a view and mischievous Skidmore squirrels.
- PALMTN Davis Auditorium: Utica: The Last Refuge follows the Azeins, a refugee family from Sudan, over the course of two and a half years as they transition from isolation to being part of a larger…