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For Accepted Students

A group of young women walk together on Smith campus, during precollege summer programs


Summer 2017 Enrollment Forms

Accepted students need to complete the following forms and submitted them to our office by June 1.


Supplemental Form (online; coming soon)

This online form provides our office with additional details about the student as well as intended travel plans. Complete this link after you have finalized your travel arrangements. This form is due by June 8, and will be available when we begin enrolling students into the program.

Did We Receive Your Forms?

You can check your online Application Checklist any time to see if our office received your enrollment forms.

Health Profile

Accepted students and parents/guardians will receive a "Welcome Email" from with account setup instructions. is an electronic health record system we use to consolidate and integrate student health information into a centralized and secure location. This system gives our nurses instant access to student health information. The security, confidentiality and privacy of your personal health information will always be protected.

Every accepted student must complete her health profile by June 15. A completed health profile includes:

  • Medical Examination form completed by a physician. Examination is acceptable when performed no more than 12 months prior to your arrival at Smith.
  • TB risk assessment completed by you and your physician.
  • If applicable, current and accurate prescribed medication profile.
  • Accurate allergy information (if you have an EpiPen you need to list it in the medication profile).


Getaways are optional weekend trips that do not have an academic focus. Unlike field trips, which are included in the program, getaways require a separate fee.

Date Location Cost
TBD Day in the Berkshires: Shakers Village and Tour Edith Wharton Estate approx. $65
TBD Day in Boston: New England Aquarium, Duck Boat tours and shopping in Faneuil Hall Trip (SSEP Only) approx. $125

What to Bring

New England is famous for its changing weather, but summers in Northampton are usually warm and sunny, with the occasional rainstorm. Sheets, pillow, blanket, towel and washcloth are provided. Rooms are not air-conditioned, but fans are provided. When packing, use the packing list below as a helpful guide.


Smith has two gymnasiums, an indoor pool, indoor and outdoor track and tennis facilities, squash courts, dance studio, croquet court and fitness center. Smith is also home to a distinguished art museum, an award-winning botanic garden and greenhouse, four exciting libraries and a rare book room. The Campus Center features a bookstore and café.


By Bus

Peter Pan, Greyhound and Vermont Transit serve the area. Most routes go to the main bus terminal in Springfield, where you can catch another bus to Northampton. Buses run almost hourly between Springfield and Northampton. Smith is a 10-minute walk or a short taxi ride from the bus station. Call 413-586-1030 for bus schedules.

By Train

Amtrak's Vermonter stops in Northampton. Smith is a short taxi ride from the train platform. For more information, visit Amtrak's website or call 800-872-7245.

By Airplane

Bradley International Airport (BDL), located in Windsor Locks, Conn., is the only airport for which we will be providing transportation to campus. We are unable to assume responsibility for unaccompanied minors.

Please note the specific times for this service and plan your travel accordingly. Smith shuttles will only pick up students at assigned time slots. If the assigned times create a conflict, students should contact an outside transportation service, which the student must pay for. See the "By Air" section on the Visiting Smith page for a list of outside transportation services.

The shuttle to and from Bradley International Airport is $30 ($60 roundtrip).



Office of Summer Programs

30 Belmont Avenue
Smith College
Northampton MA 01063

Phone: 413-585-4455
Fax: 413-585-4344