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Information Technology Services
Stoddard Hall, ext. 3770
User Support, ext. 4487 (4ITS)

www.smith.edu/its

ITS provides academic and administrative computing resources to the college. Through the campuswide network, students have access to the academic UNIX systems, email, software servers, the library online catalogue, the internet and other information resources. ITS maintains computer resource centers in Seelye Hall, Wright Hall and Bass Hall, providing students with access to the latest Macintosh and Windows Computers. Computer resource centers in the Quad and Washburn are available 24 hours a day. The User Support Center in Stoddard Hall provides phone and walk-in help for all systems and software supported by Information Technology Services.

Institutional Diversity and Equity
College Hall 103, ext. 2141

www.smith.edu/oid

The office of institutional diversity and equity, which also includes the office of disability services, serves the Smith community of students, employees, and alumnae. The office has overall responsibility for the implementation and evaluation of the college’s affirmative action and equal opportunity programs, including Title IX. It also serves as the liaison with the regulatory agencies for all civil rights matters and will assist in the investigation of discrimination, recommending appropriate corrective action as necessary. Staff in the office of institutional diversity are available to assist students with concerns or questions about bias or discrimination.

International Students Office
Wright Hall, Global Studies Center, ext. 4943

www.smith.edu/interstudents

The International Students Office provides information and advice to international students on all matters pertaining to immigration, visas, foreign travel, passports, work authorization, practical training programs and personal and financial problems. The office works to assess the needs of international students and facilitate their smooth transition to life at Smith by providing a pre-orientation program (ISP) and ongoing programs such as banking and finance, work authorization, publications, vacation housing, social events and international clubs.

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