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Dining Options

SSW Dining Room

All students who choose to live on campus, except those in family housing, are on the full board plan, which entitles them to breakfast, lunch, and dinner, seven days a week.

The School for Social Work uses one main dining room during the summer, which is centrally located to the housing dorms. In 2014, meals will be in the King/Scales dining room

Meals are served buffet-style to accommodate the busy schedules of students. A salad bar is always available at lunch and dinner. The College dining staff will make every effort to accommodate special dietary needs when possible.

Meal Plans

The School for Social Work has established a meal plan for students living off-campus and for students with children living in Friedman House. You may choose to purchase 25 meals for $175 or a half-plan of 12 meals for $87.50. These meals may be of any combination of breakfast, lunch or dinner. The appropriate number of meals will be added to your I.D. card, which you must swipe to gain access to the dining room.

The completed form should be returned to the Housing Coordinator, either by mail, email (mbala@smith.edu), or fax (413-585-7994).

Please note:

Dining Room Honor Code

The following form is for students living off campus who wish to bring their own lunch and eat in the SSW dining room with their friends who are living on campus:

By signing this form, you agree to not remove or consume any Dining Service food/beverage while dining with your friends.

You will need to show your OneCard to the staff before entering the dining hall, and they will check your name against the list of students who have signed this form before allowing you to enter.

Campus Center Cafe

On weekdays, the Campus Center Cafe will be open 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. offering a variety of options that are not covered by the mealplan. During the summer, the Campus Center will be closed on weekends.

Dining Off-Campus

Downtown Northampton boasts a wide variety of coffee shops and restaurants, as well as delivery services—most located only a short distance from Smith College. Many of these local options can be found listed on VisitNoho.com.