Campus Center Café
The Campus Center Café offers a wide variety of food and beverages, including gourmet pizzas prepared in a stone hearth oven, salads made to order, homemade soups, panini and deli sandwiches, and grilled foods including vegan and vegetarian selections. Fresh cookies and pastries are also available.
The elliptical coffee bar, located in the center of the servery, features Sun Roasters Coffee and specialty drinks including espresso, cappuccinos, lattes, chai, fruit smoothies, ice cream and our traditional Smith "Mudslide" milkshakes.
Menu Line: (413) 585-2233
Phone: (413) 585-2333
Hours of Operation (academic year)
Monday–Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
The information desk provides college and Campus Center information to students, faculty, staff and guests. Game room equipment may be borrowed from the desk. Smith Students may reserve the student kitchen on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Phone: (413) 585-4801
The Goldstein Lounge provides a great space for relaxing around the fireplace or sitting in a wing-back chair reading a favorite novel. A collection of Smith yearbooks and board games can be enjoyed in this sun-drenched setting.
Nolen Art Lounge (room 105)
The Nolen Art Lounge provides the Smith community a venue for creative, innovative and multicultural visual arts. The main focus of the art lounge is to highlight student and organization exhibits. This educational space allows our community to interact with the arts on an intimate and personal level while still reaching a large and diverse population. As it changes to fit the different exhibits and events it holds, the space adapts itself to the needs of the Smith community.
A wide range of exhibitors have chosen to collaborate with the art lounge, from student organizations wishing to reach out to different members of the campus community, to individual student artists looking for a central space to show their work. The flexible space, with its adjustable lighting, moving walls and free-standing pedestals allows us to constantly change the look of the art lounge to accommodate many different artistic mediums, including drawings or paintings and sculpture and pottery.
Office of Student Engagement (room 106)
The Office of Student Engagement (OSE) is committed to helping students make intentional decisions about their involvement both in and out of the classroom for a more meaningful Smith experience. The OSE encourages students to engage in learning without limits by helping create and encouraging opportunities for involvement. Whether you are interested in organizations that speak to your academic pursuits or just want to know what the movie of the week is, the OSE is your connection.
The OSE serves as the lost-and-found site for the building. Any items of monetary value are turned over to Campus Police the next business day.
Resource Room (room 203)
The resource room is an available space for all recognized organizations and house community leaders. This room was configured to provide groups with small, comfortable, impromptu meeting areas as well as the resources needed for the group to be successful in their event planning and organization development.
Student Government Association (room 206)
The Student Government Association (SGA) is responsible for making decisions regarding significant areas of non-academic and non-residential life of students.
The student kitchen can be reserved on a first-come, first-served bases by students, faculty and staff. Please contact the Campus Center information desk to make a reservation. The student kitchen may not be used without a reservation.
Swymer Lounge, Sylvia's Room and Wilson Atrium
These spaces provide an opportunity to relax or meet informally, while taking in the breathtaking views of the building or Paradise Pond.
The Easthampton Savings Bank ATM is located on the Elm Street side of the garden level, next to the stairs. There is a nominal fee for non-Easthampton Savings customers.
The game room, adjacent to the TV lounge, is a place to play pinball, pool, air hockey, fooseball, cards, board games or just hang out. Equipment can be checked out from the information desk.
The Grecourt Bookshop, operated by Follett Higher Education Group, is your one stop source for textbooks, school and room supplies, general reading materials, Smith memorabilia, photo developing and more.
Hours of Operation (Academic Year)
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Closed on Sundays
Students who live off campus may rent lockers through the Office of Student Engagement (room 106). A locker rental form with policies and procedures must be submitted to rent a locker. A lock will be provided for your use; you may not use your own lock.
Mail Center services include the sale of stamps, shipment of outgoing packages and mail and the receipt of incoming packages and mail.
OneCard Value Transfer Station
The OneCard value transfer station is located on the Elm Street side of the garden level, next to the stairs. This machine accepts cash only in fives, tens and twenties. For more information, please visit the OneCard Office (Stoddard 24C) during drop-in hours or by appointment. This office accepts cash or checks only.
Payphone and TTY Phone
There is one payphone and TTY phone in the Campus Center and they are located next to the elevator.
The TV lounge has comfortable furniture and a 42-inch screen TV with a full range of cable channels and a DVD players. It is also equipped with a built-in sound system, stage lighting, movable bar and bar lighting for special events. This lounge can be reserved with special permission from the director of the Office of Student Engagement. Jittery's coffeehouses are hosted in this space.
There are two vending machines in the Campus Center. One dispenses soda and water and the other dispenses snacks. They are located on the garden level at the base of the stairs on the Elm Street side of the building. If you experience trouble with a vending machine and need a refund, please visit the Office of Student Engagement (room 106).
WOZQ Smith College Radio Station
WOZQ 91.9 FM is Smith's student radio station. WOZQ is committed to giving quality music a voice at Smith and prides itself on its eclectic mix of rock, indie, world, alternative and urban music.
Request line: (413) 585-4977
Office line: (413) 585-4956
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