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Campus Center and Office of Student Engagement
Campus Center 106, ext. 2639
The Campus Center is the community center of the College, and houses a number of offices and services including the Café, the Grécourt Bookstore, a TV lounge, game room, the student-run radio station WOZQ, Student Government Association offices, student clubs and organizations resource/workroom, the Campus Center and Student Activities Office, the campus post office and student mail boxes, and the information desk.
Facilities Management Building, ext. 2490
For emergencies only: ext. 800
The Department of Campus Police provides protection and services to the college community, visitors, and guests. It performs police and service related functions 24 hours a day, year-round. Requests for assistance are dealt with in order of urgency, and callers may have to wait for responses to non-emergency requests.
Campus Post Office
Campus Center, ext. 4156
The mail center is a US Postal facility offering standard services such as stamp sales and package mailing. Student mailboxes are located on the ground floor of the Campus Center. The mail center counter is open weekdays 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Career Development Office (Lazarus Center for Career Development)
Drew Hall, ext. 2570
The Career Development Office (CDO) is an invaluable resource for life and work planning, both during and after the college years. Among the resources and services available to students and alumnae are the internship and employer library, graduate and professional school library, programs and workshops about many careers and areas of study, and individual counseling. The trick is to come to CDO early and often, both in person and online.
Center for Foreign Languages and Cultures (CFLAC)
Wright Hall 7, ext. 3474
The Center for Foreign Languages and Cultures (CFLAC) maintains a state-of-the-art laboratory facility and media classroom, housing a network of student workstations with integrated computer, audio, and video components for the study of foreign language, culture, and literature. In the Center, students may explore a foreign culture with the aid of interactive videodiscs and tapes, digitized audio and video, and CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) programs.
Center for the Environmental, Ecological Design and Sustainability
Wright Hall, garden level, ext. 3352
The Center for the Environment, Ecological Design and Sustainability advances environmental literacy, fosters innovative research, and effects sustainable practices in its operation. CEEDS positions faculty, staff and students to lead societies toward a sustainable future by supporting curricular development, facilitating collaborative projects and providing resources for environmental research.
Center for Work and Life (Wurtele Center for Work and Life)
Clark Hall 104
As Smith prepares women of promise for lives of distinction, the college
recognizes the stress of meeting high expectations and juggling the demands
created by families and work. Linking programming on leadership, work
preparation and wellness practices, the Center for Work and Life provides a
context where students can learn about current research on women’s lives, reflect on their own experiences, and explore concepts of fulfillment uniquely suited to them.
122 West Street , ext. 2600
The Central Services is Smith College's campus printing and administrative mail department. The printing department is available for all student and staff reproduction needs. The mailing department is a resource for mailing packages via United Parcel Service as well as for overnight delivery through multiple carriers.
The Chapel: A Center for Interreligious Life and Community Service
Helen Hills Hills Chapel, ext. 2750
The Helen Hills Hills Chapel is a place of inter-religious cooperation where religious and social concerns fo many traditions find expression. A number of religious organizations at the college present programs of religious, educational, ethical and cultural interest during the academic year. Each is encouraged to develop programs in its tradition and to share perspectives through interfaith activities. Chaplains are available to the college community for religious and personal counseling at their offices in the Bodman Religious Center in the lower level of the chapel.
College Hall 101
First-Year class: ext. 4910
Sophomore and Junior class: ext. 4920
Senior class: ext. 4930
Ada Comstock Scholars: ext. 4980
The main concern of a class dean is the academic welfare of each member of the class. The class deans provide counseling about academic matters, but may also assist students with personal concerns that affect their academic experience.
Controller, Office of
College Hall 204, ext. 2200
The controller's office acts as financial adviser to all student organizations and houses. All contracts entered into by student organizations must be approved by the controller's office.
Schacht Center for Health and Wellness, 21 Belmont Avenue, ext. 2840
The Counseling Service provides students with an opportunity to explore concerns and problems with a professional psychotherapist in a confidential setting. The college years are a time of accelerated growth, significant challenges and considerable stress. The Counseling Service is here to help students with the variety of concerns that arise during these intense years.
C.S.O. - Office of Voluntary Services
Center for Community Collaborations, Wright Hall Lower Level, ext. 2758
C.S.O. (Community Service Office) is a comprehensive program focusing on community service. C.S.O.'s philosophy centers on building bridges among diverse groups of people, encouraging learning through community service work, and training students in community leadership.