Small class sizes are a Skidmore hallmark.
The First-Year Experience at Skidmore is a central component for transitioning to
There are approximately 2,400 students on campus who hail from 47 states and 46 countries.
Students walk across campus to classes.
A view of the campus green with the iconic Murray-Aikins Dining Hall in the background.
There are more than 80 different student clubs on campus.
The Arthur Zankel Music Center at Skidmore College is the hub of musical activity
Skidmore offers 19 varsity sports, including men and women's swimming and diving.
First-year students can conduct research as early as their second semester at Skidmore.
Downtown Saratoga Springs is a 10-minute walk from campus.
The Lucy Scribner Library on a winter's night.
Skidmore students stop for lunch in the Dining Hall.
Skidmore uses an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning.
Skidmore students are creative and involved, in and out of the classroom.
Haupt Pond in the fall.
Students relax on campus in-between classes.
Skidmore College campus in the fall.
Creative Thought Matters at Skidmore College.
Welcome to Skidmore!
Skidmore students help new students on move-in day.
Searching for a college experience that will challenge you, embrace you, and give
you virtually unlimited opportunities to create and explore? Then consider Skidmore.
Creativity is embodied in all that we are: curriculum, cocurricular life, campus setting, and the nature of Saratoga Springs, New York, itself.
We are a diverse world of thinkers and doers, of academics including artists, athletes, and volunteers who come together in the shared belief and commitment that creative thought matters. If you share that belief, we invite you to get to know Skidmore.
A Note about the Common Application
We realize that some students, counselors and teachers are at this time experiencing
difficulty submitting required Common Application documents to colleges. As we approach
our upcoming deadlines (November 15 and January 15) we will make adjustments to these
deadlines if necessary and notify students of these changes by email and post to the
web site. We look forward to reviewing your applications!
Skidmore's international students connect with Saratoga Springs elementary pupils in cultural exchange program
Three Skidmore faculty members will describe the interests and passions that have driven them to cross boundaries Monday, November 18, at 7 p.m. in the Arthur Zankel Music Center.
A weeklong residency kicks off with a talk on embracing a career in art and science. Hayley Gillespie will draw on her experience as an ecologist and artist to share insight on interdisciplinary intersections.
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