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Student Government Association

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The purpose of the Student Government Association is to listen to the student body, to create and maintain relations between the student body and the greater Smith community, and to advocate for student needs.

Every student is a member of the SGA, which is responsible for taking up campus issues and responding to student concerns. The SGA also acts as a liaison for students and organizations to the college’s administration and the board of trustees, and allocates money to organizations and students for activities.

SGA Shuttle Service for the End of the Year

The SGA will be offering shuttle service to Bradley International Airport on Thursday and Friday, May 5 and 6, 2022. Tickets will be available for $25 through our online platform , students must login into/register for an account to purchase a ticket. Tickets are for one-way transportation to the airport.

Shuttles are scheduled for:
Thursday, May 5, at 4 a.m., 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Friday, May 6, at 4 a.m., 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Dear Smith Community

Your Student Government Association first wants to make it clear that we denounce anti-Blackness and racism in all forms on our campus and in this nation. As the representative for the student body and the student voice in administrative circles, the SGA pledges to listen, advocate, and fight for the voices of our Black students on our campus.

We are happy to announce that SGA has selected five nonprofit organizations to receive a $2,000 grant from President McCartney’s discretionary fund. The five nonprofit organizations are:

These organizations were picked by the Black Students Alliance (BSA) and Smith African and Caribbean Students Association (SACSA) Chairs, Cowiya Arouna, Fatou Dieng, Ro Antoine, and Selah Kamau. These organizations perform critical work on a local level, and we feel confident that the funds will have a direct impact on the communities they serve.

We’re happy that we are able to donate and support the work of Black leaders and organizations as we all work to combat anti-Blackness, racism and white supremacy. We urge you all to stay engaged and continue to donate if you have the means to do so. We believe that change to dismantle systems of oppression is coming, and we all should be a part of it.

Smith Student Government Association


The SGA Cabinet refers pertinent issues to the Senate for legislation, and to the administration for policy resolution. The SGA Cabinet also works to ensure the financially stability of the SGA and allocates money to support events, groups, and individuals who are benefiting the Smith College community. Each class has a cabinet, which includes the class president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, historian and social chair. Class cabinets work together on class events and fundraisers. Cabinet members are elected in campus-wide and class-wide elections in the spring and fall.

Meetings for 2021-2022 will take place on Tuesdays at 7 pm in Campus Center 204.

SGA President
Emily Paule '22

Vice President of Finance
Hannah Henson AC

House Presidents' Association Chair
Maddy Pfaff, '22

SGA Vice President
Nell Adkins '23

SGA Secretary
Mercer Kriese '24

Social Justice and Equity Committee Chair

Elections and Appointments Chair
Erin Quick '24

Ada Class President
Cassandra Linder AC

Senior Class President
Giulia Guiso Gallisay '22

Junior Class President
Jenna L'Heureux '23

Sophomore Class President
Sena Amuzu '24

First-Year Class President
Yewon Park '25

Senior Class Cabinet

The Senior Class Cabinet remains in its position for five years post-graduation, and helps plan the first- and five-year reunions. They are responsible for organizing all senior class activities, including teas, pub crawls, wine and cheese socials, senior ball, and senior week. The senior class president also sits on the committees for Rally Day, Ivy Day and Commencement and is responsible for giving an address at Commencement. Advised by the Director of the Office of Student Engagement.

Junior Class Cabinet

The Junior Class Cabinet strives to connect those juniors who are abroad with those who have chosen to spend their year on campus at Smith. In conjunction with the Lazarus Center and OSE—which provide instructive workshops, seminars and lectures—the Junior Class Cabinet works hard to prepare for senior year and beyond. The Junior Class Cabinet looks forward to the return of their fellow students from their many exotic study-abroad locations, so they can be reunited for their final year at Smith. Advised by the Organization Advising and Finance Coordinator in the Office of Student Engagement.

Sophomore Class Cabinet

The Sophomore Class Cabinet is responsible for fostering class cohesion by planning events and other community-oriented activities. Previous events have included game nights, movie screenings, and hot chocolate and ice cream socials. Advised by the Organization Advising and Finance Coordinator in the Office of Student Engagement.

First-Year Class Cabinet

The First-Year Class Cabinet organizes events for the first-year class. The first-year class president remains in that position for the following academic year until the incoming class elects a president of its own. Advised by the Assistant Dean of Students, Director of the First-Year Experience.

Ada Class Cabinet

The Ada Class Cabinet advocates for Ada Comstock Scholars' needs on and off campus, organizes social activities for Adas (and their families when possible). The Ada President and Ada Coordinator also sit on the Ada Stakeholders Committee with members of the administration. Overall, the Ada Cabinet serves to connect the Ada Class, the rest of the Smith student body, and the administration.


The student senate provides an open space for anyone to come with ideas and concerns about the Smith community. As a governing body for Smith, they aim to be transparent, effective and efficient with every decision they make. Senators are responsible for approving the charters of new student organizations, as well as overseeing the bylaws and guidelines of various SGA committees and groups. They have the opportunity to sit on issue-based committees, with interests ranging from dining to disability services.

Meetings: Thursdays at 7 p.m., Conference Center Oak Room

SGA Vice President/Senate Chair
Nell Adkins '23
Senate Secretary
Mercer Kriese '24
Senate Parliamentarian
Anna Peel ’22

Meeting Minutes for 2019–20

The Smith Social Network contains the 2019–20 meeting minutes.

Get Involved

There are numerous ways to get involved on campus. Each house offers a variety of possibilities for students to get involved and participate in house council activities under the umbrella of the SGA. 

Have an idea for an organization at Smith that would have lasting relevance to the community? Is there enough student interest to support such an organization? How do you get an organization started at Smith College? The SGA Rules Committee and ORC can help. 

Submit a Proposal

1. Gage interest among your peers. Start a list of interested members for your organization. If the list is greater than 10 people, you can start the process of chartering of recognizing your organization.

2. Decide if you want to charter or recognize your organization. The difference between these two types of student organizations is further explained on the SGA Website under “Rules Committee”.

A recognized organization is able to have a Smith email address, have space on the Smith Student Social Network, reserve space in campus buildings, and use campus vans for transportation.

A chartered organization has all of the same resources as a recognized organization. In addition, a chartered organization is able to submit funding requests to the ORC or events, projects, supplies and equipment.

3. Start a charter for your organization using the sample charter provided. We encourage building off of the current format and not taking away any of the pieces currently in the sample format. In the charter you must:

Fill out organization name and information where it says ‘xxx’

  • Describe the goals and purpose of the organization
  • Describe the frequency of meetings and specifically what will occur during meetings
  • Choose to be funded or not funded by the ORC (recognized or chartered)
  • Choose a nondiscrimination policy (will you allow 5 College Students to join)

4. Schedule a meeting with the Rules Committee Co-Chairs. They will offer advice, explain the chartering process, and answer any questions about the charter that still remain or pertain to your student organization. Use this calendly link to schedule a meeting. 

5. Share your charter Google Doc with the Rules Committee for review. The Rules Committee will help you revise your charter, so that you can be approved. If you want to be a recognized organization, you are now done with the process and are now officially recognized by Smith College. Congrats! Once approved, the Office of Student Engagement will be in touch about filling out recognition forms.

6. If you are looking to be chartered, you will be scheduled to attend a hearing at a SGA Senate meeting; this is your opportunity to present and defend your charter. You can set up an additional appointment with the Cochairs of rules committee to go over your presentation and answer any last questions about chartering, the hearing, and the process.

7. The week after your hearing, the senate will vote on your student organization. Once approved, the Office of Student Engagement will be in touch about filling out recognition forms.


Fall 2021 Election Timeline

Registration: September 8-15
Campaigning: September 17-22
Voting Day: September 23
Results: September 23
First Senate Meeting: September 30


More Information

All questions about the elections should be directed to the SGA Elections and Appointments Chair.


The Student Government Association at Smith is made up of several committees, boards and the SGA senate, and chaired by various SGA cabinet members.

The various responsibilities of SGA committees include organizing class events, appointing students to SGA committees, upholding the Academic Honor Code and the Smith College Code of Conduct, overseeing the student activities fee, and addressing academic and nonacademic concerns on campus.

The Academic Honor Board oversees that every student upholds the Smith College Academic Honor Code. They hear cases of infractions of the code and vote on sanctions, ranging anywhere from a warning to expulsion. The board is busiest when the student body returns to school in September and February, as most violations are reported during finals and the reading period.

Join the Honor Board

Class Representatives

The Honor Board selects class representatives every spring for open vacancies. All class representatives are selected through an application and interview process, and have tenure until their graduating year. See the Elections and Appointments Committee section for more information.

Honor Board Secretary

The Honor Board secretary is elected every year by the general student body in the campus-wide spring election and must be a rising junior. Because the secretary is promoted to chair in the following year, please note that this is a two-year commitment; a student interested in this position may not go abroad. To apply for secretary, register with the Elections and Appointments Committee.

Please contact the Academic Honor Board Chair with any questions or concerns.

The Advocacy for Equity Council is committed to acting as a bridge between marginalized students, administration, faculty and staff to foster change within our campus community. This council came together at the beginning of the fall 2020 semester as a result of a small movement over the summer among low income and financially struggling students as well as from feelings of urgency to address the deep-rooted racism in academic institutions. To achieve this goal, the council pursues campaigns centered on individual issues that are broadly in support of equity on campus. Our objective is to represent the general student body’s demands and concerns. Our intention is to partner with affected students over the academic year to advocate for informed changes on campus. 

Learn more about the Advocacy for Equity Council in an article in The Gate.

Please contact the Advocacy for Equity Council via email.

The College Conduct Board ensures students at Smith College uphold the standards for student ethics and conduct outlined in the Smith College Student Handbook. The board hears cases of alleged infractions of nonacademic rules and makes decisions about the outcomes of cases.

The board comprises 16 students who hear cases in teams of five members constituting a hearing board. Every board is assisted by an adviser who is a member of the student affairs staff.

Code of Social Conduct

The Conduct Board uses the code of social conduct and policies of the college to evaluate cases.

Students should be familiar with the examples cited in the Pohibited Conduct section, but should also be aware that this list does not constitute an exhaustive or complete list of prohibited conduct.

Please refer to the FAQ section of the College Conduct Board page or contact the College Conduct Board Chair for any questions or concerns.

The Curriculum Committee serves as a resource for academic representatives, department liaisons and the student body (both traditional and nontraditional students) informed of curriculum concerns and changes.

The committee publishes ASPECTS, assists the administration with the college's mandatory faculty teaching evaluations and holds forums to discuss timely educational policy issues.

Teaching Awards

The SGA Faculty Teaching Award is an opportunity for students to recognize professors who have had a positive impact on their time at Smith. The most compelling recommendations are those that are detailed and thoughtful.

The SGA Curriculum Committee chose two recipients this year, one tenured and one non-tenured. Awards were presented at Rally Day.

The recipients of the 2021 Teaching Awards are:
Tenured: William Williams, Physics
Non-tenured: Samuel Ng, Africana Studies

Gavel Awards

The Gavel Awards have been administered by the SGA since 1985 and are given annally to two staff members, one service staff and one administrative staff member, as a token of appreciation for the many ways in which staff members affect the lives of Smith Students. The awards were presented at Rally Day.

The 2021 recipients of the Gavel Awards are:
Whitley Hadley, Associate Director of Multicultural Affairs
Carol Kelly, Dining Services

Course Critiques

Fines incurred by not completing course critiques can be appealed by sending e-mail to the Curriculum Committee Chair.

Please contact the Curriculum Committee Chair with any questions or concerns.

The Elections and Appointments Committee (E&A) organizes and runs the all-college and class elections. It runs the voting site and monitors the candidates.

In addition, E&A interviews and appoints students to various college committees. The elections and committee appointments are held in the fall and spring semesters each year. The chair is elected in an all-campus election, and the rest of the members are elected through the senate.

Appointed Positions

Academic Honor Board Class Representatives

The Honor Board selects class representatives every spring for open vacancies. All class representatives are selected through an application and interview process, and have tenure until their graduating year.

Advisory Board for the Resource Center on Gender and Sexuality

Contact: The Office for Equity & Inclusion

The resource center provides a space for many different communities at Smith to come together. This board is looking for students who would like to see the space foster more of a queer community as well as foster more activism here at Smith. The board is very interested in supporting the queer organizations on campus as well as forwarding and expanding Smith discussions on diversity.

Bookstore Advisory Committee

Contact: Matt Motyka, Controller

The Bookstore Advisory Committee deals with issues regarding the Smith College bookstore. Student representatives will engage in conversation with the bookstore management team along with other members of the administration and faculty. Through this committee, students will learn more about the bookstore industry and its constituent roles and responsibilities. The committee meets two times per a semester.

Campus Safety Advisory Group

Contact: Julianne Ohotnicky, Dean of Students and Associate Dean of the College

The Campus Safety Advisory Group is made up of students faculty and staff to help guide polieis and practices of the Department of Campus Safety. The committee meets monthly.

College Council on Community Policy

Contact: Michael Ireland, Associate Direcotr Student Financial Services

The Smith College Council on Community Policy is a broadly representative, deliberative group that meets to consider issues of common concern to the campus community. Its mission involves promoting the well being of the community, its capacity for collegiality and the pursuit of its general welfare while providing an excellent education to women. The committee is made up of a broad range of faculty and staff members. The committee meets once a month.

Committee on Missions and Priorities (CMP)

Contact: Elena Palladino, Secretary of the Board of Trustees and Assistant to the President

The Committee on Mission and Priorities is made up of two student representatives and members of the faculty and administration who advise the president on strategic, financial, human and physical resource planning for the college's next decade. The committee solicits, generates and reviews proposals for major projects and initiatives; assesses progress in achieving the goals of current initiatives; and recommends priorities for the allocation and reallocation of resources. The committee meets regularly with the Committee on Academic Priorities, the Advisory Committee on Resource Allocation and the appropriate committees of the board of trustees to both inform the work of those committees and to be informed by them. Periodically the CMP reports its findings and recommendations to the Smith community at large. Meetings are generally held once a month on Wednesday or Thursday afternoons. Two students (a junior and a senior) serve on the committee, each with staggered terms of two years. Time commitment: two years. Only rising juniors are eligible to apply.

Curriculum Committee

The Curriculum Committee is responsible for keeping the student Senate and the campus at large informed of curriculum concerns and changes. The committee assists the administration with the college's mandatory faculty teaching evaluations and holds forums to discuss timely educational policy issues. The Curriculum Committee serves as a resource for academic representatives, department liaisons, and the student body at large, traditional and non-traditional aged students alike.

Library Advisory Committee

Contact: Susan Fliss, Dean of Libraries

The Committee shall review the Library operating budget, cadpital budget requests, space, staffing, long-range planning, and other Library matters. The Committee may make recommendations on these matters to the Provost and Dean of the Faculty. It shall consider the way in which the Library's policies and practices can best meet the curricular and scholarly needs of its users. The faculty members of the Committee shall have the responsibility of conveying to the Committee as a whole the faculty's concerns.

Organization Resources Committee

Contact: Elections and Appointments Committee Chair

ORC consists of the chair, vice chair of chartering, vice chair of budgeting, SGA president, SGA treasurer and ten liaisons. The ORC chair, vice chair of chartering, and vice chair of budgeting are elected by the student body in April of each year. ORC's liaisons can either be elected through Senate or elected through the Elections and Appointments Committee in April of each year.

Serving on the ORC is a full-year commitment. Organization chairs, presidents or treasurers cannot serve on the board. The SGA president and SGA treasurer automatically sit on ORC.

Eight liaisons are appointed in the spring through Elections and Appointments. The Vice-Chair of Chartering will be elected in the spring through the Elections and Appointments Committee. Two members will be elected in the fall through senate.

Technology Steering Committee

Contact: Samantha Earp, Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology and Service

The Technology Steering Committee (TSC) is the senior governance group for technology issues at the college. The committee guides and advises Information Technology Services and senior management on strategic information technology matters. In collaboration with the CIO, the committee recommends IT priorities, policies and strategies. Throughout the year the committee will: evaluate, review, and recommend changes to IT policies; recommend annual technology investment priorities; provide guidance on the balance of central and departmental responsibilities for technology; monitor ITS plans to sustain the necessary capacity, security, and recoverability of the college's technology infrastructure; and review and make recommendations on new opportunities for Five College technology collaborations. The TSC is co-chaired by the provost and the vice president for Finance and Administration, and is staffed by the CIO.

Vendor Code of Conduct Advisory Committee

Contact: TBD

Smith College is committed to conducting its business affairs in a socially responsible manner consistent with its educational mission and commitment to diversity. To this end, this code of conduct is a working document to guide vendor and institutional purchasers of apparel. The vendor code is a work in progress and will be revised through an active participation in the Worker Rights Consortium (WRC) and the Fair Labor Association (FLA). Smith College recognizes eight cardinal principles as the basis for effective performance under this code of conduct: full public disclosure of factory addresses, commitment to fair wages, independent monitoring, freedom of association and collective bargaining, safe working conditions, no forced labor, no child labor, and women's rights. Smith College expects affiliated vendors and institutional purchasers to conduct their business in a manner consistent with these principles and to follow workplace standards that adhere to this code of conduct.

Please contact the Elections & Appointments Committee chair with any questions or concerns.

The Finance Committee is a group of Cabinet members who meet every Wednesday to review funding requests for the Conference Fund and the Sawyer Fund.

Please contact the VP of Finance with any questions or concerns.

The House Presidents' Association (HPA) is composed of house presidents from all Smith houses that are self-governing. It is dedicated to improving the house community experience—a unique part of student life and a tradition specific to Smith. The HPA addresses both the fun and serious aspects of the Smith house community, representing its interests to the SGA and the college administration. The house presidents are elected by an all-house election in each house. The HPA elects its chair and vice chair.

For current house contact information, please visit the house page on the Smith Social Network.

Please contact the House Presidents' Association Chair with any questions or concerns.

The Organization Resources Committee's (ORC) allocates monies from the discretionary fund throughout the year as appropriate; assists organizations in the planning and execution of events; guides new organizations through the SGA chartering process; and works on long-term projects that address the concerns and interests of organizations.

The ORC has a commitment to diversity, social and leadership opportunities, student participation in the campus community, and student representation to the college administration and the Smith College Board of Trustees.

2021-2022 Roster

ORC Chair and Vice President of Finance
Hannah Henson

Vice Chair of Chartering

SGA President
Emily Paule

Committee Members

For a full list of organizations, please visit the Smith Social Network.

Join the ORC

Serving on the ORC is a full-year commitment. Organization chairs, presidents or treasurers cannot serve on the board. The SGA President automatically sits on ORC. The Vice President of Finance also serves as the Chair of ORC.

Four liaisons are appointed in the spring through Elections and Appointments. The Vice-Chair of Chartering will be internally elected by the ORC in the fall. Two members will be elected in the fall through senate.

Charter an Organization

Submit a Proposal

Contact the Elections and Appointments Chair for more details.

As the Social Justice and Equity Committee, our purpose is to support marginalized folks by promoting equity and combating systemic oppression through education in houses and on Smith College campus. Although we work primarily with students, we want to name our support for all people associated with Smith, including but not limited to: workers, staff and faculty. Our aim is to achieve this through supporting the efforts of groups and individuals organizing around issues of justice, and educate the campus through workshops, speakers, and various kinds of programming.

Please contact the Social Justice and Equity Committee Chair or the Social Justice and Equity Committee with any questions or concerns.

The Rules Committee is responsible for guiding new organizations through the SGA recognizing and chartering process. The committee advises organizations and provides sample charters and assistance with revising a new or existing organization’s charter. After advising, the Rules Committee votes on and provides feedback for an organization’s charter. To learn more about how to charter or recognize a student organization, visit the “Charter an Organization” tab above to get started.

Recognized Organizations

Receive all the benefits of being a Smith College Organization, except for the ability to apply for funding from the Organization Resources Committee. Recognized organizations have their own email accounts, presence on the Smith Social Network, access to 25Live, a table at the Involvement Fair, and the ability to fundraise. After an organization’s first two semesters, Recognized Organizations are able to apply to become Chartered. Organizations hoping to become recognized do not have to present or be voted on by the Senate.

Chartered Organizations

Receive all of the benefits of being a Smith College Organization, including the ability to apply for a full budget from the Organization Resource Committee after one year as a Chartered Organization. Organizations requesting to be Chartered must present in front of SGA Senate.

2021-2022 Committee Chairs:
Anna Peel '22

The Sustainability Committee is responsible for identifying and supervising the implementation of priority sustainable activities. It serves as the primary resource for organizations addressing issues of sustainability by maintaining open and functional channels of communication between those organizations, the SGA, and beyond the SGA to Smith administration as well as other parts of the Smith community. The committee organize principles for sustainability through sustainable developments in the interconnected domains of ecology, economics, politics, and culture.

Committee Goals

  • To facilitate conversation and collaboration among environmental organizations and representatives on campus.
  • To foster an ongoing relationship between environmental organizations and the Student Government Association.
  • To continually improve and innovate Smith College's sustainability efforts at the campus level and the institutional level.

Please contact the Sustainability Committee with any questions or concerns.

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There are two types of funding available for students through the SGA. The Conference Fund is allocated each year by the SGA Cabinet from the current SGA budget. This fund is to assist students attend conferences off campus.

The Sawyer Fund is an endowed fund for events held on the Smith College campus that are free and open to the community.

Spring 2022 Funding

Students applying for 2021-22 funding should use the 2021-22 Universal Conference Fund Application to apply for individual student conference funding and the Spring 2022 SGA Funding Application to apply for organization funding, organization conference funding and Sawyer Funding. Both forms are availabe under forms on the Smith Social Network.

Five College Funding

Additional funding can be found through Five College Funding for student events and lecture opportunities.

Chartered Organizations Funding

All chartered organizations can apply for ORC funds and Sawyer Fund on the same SGA Funding Applicaiton. You may apply to other sources of funding for the difference in what ORC has allocated.

Chartered organizations that would like to attend a conference as a part of the organization may apply for the Organizaiton Conference Funding, also on the SGA Funding Application. Organizations are limited to four students if the conference includes hotel accommodations and seven for day conferences where no overnight accommodations are necessary. 

SGA Budget

The operating budget for the Student Government Association comes out of the Student Activities Fee, which is a part of every student’s tuition.

The 2019–20 operating budget (PDF) briefly describes each SGA account; how much money each account was allocated last year; how much money each account spent last year; and how much money the SGA has allocated for the current year.

More Information

Any questions regarding the SGA budget should be directed to the vice president of finance.

Student Vehicle Usage

Smith College has a pool of Facilities Management vehicles that student groups and houses can reserve. If you have questions or concerns, please contact or 413-585-4950.

Smith College has a pool of Facilities Management vehicles that student groups and houses can reserve.

All student drivers must adhere to the following policies:

  • Vehicles must only be used for approved Smith student organization/house programs and events
  • There must be two certified drivers per vehicle
  • Maximum of two vehicles for any one event
  • Not for emergency or personal use
  • May be used to carry passengers only; they are not intended for hauling equipment or other property

If you have questions or concerns, please contact or 413-585-4950.

Report an Accident

Eligibility Requirements

  • Student at Smith College
  • Valid U.S. driver's license issued from the United States or U.S. territories
  • At least 18 years old
  • At least one year's driving experience, either in the United States or internationally


Drivers may not have had:

  • More than two accidents in past three years
  • Any Type A violations in past three years
  • Any combination of accidents and Type B violations more than two in past three years

Step 1: Register Your Driving Credentials

  • Go to the Five Colleges Driver Credentialing website
  • Read the Driver Minimum Requirements
  • Read the Driver Agreement to Terms and Conditions, Rules and Regulations
  • Go to the top of the page to Quick Links, click on "Start the credentialing process"
  • Fill out the "Online Driver Credentialing Form" (driver's license information)

Step 2: Review the Online Vehicle Training Presentation

You are responsible for reviewing all of the information contained in this presentation and will be held accountable.

Step 3: Online Defensive Driving Presentation and Quiz

Read the instructions below on how to access the defensive driving presentation  and the Driver Safety Fundamentals and quiz. You must complete both and get a passing score of 80 percent*.

Defensive Driving Certification Instructions

*The SGA office runs a report to show who has taken the quiz and the score received.

Step 4: Reserving Your Van

You may not reserve a van through the Smith Social Network until all your drivers have been fully certified to drive. To reserve a van, go to the events tab under your organization or house and "create an event". The type of event you are choosing is Van Request unless you are reserving a van as part of a larger event.


Step 5: Canceling Your Van Reservation

In the event that your reservation needs to be cancelled, please send an email to BOTH and letting them know that you will not be using the van.  Students and organizations that do not cancel their reservations in advance will have their vehicle use privileges revoked.




Student Government

Campus Center 206
Smith College
Northampton, MA 01063

Phone: 413-585-4950
Office Hours

Monday-Friday 9 a.m.–5 p.m.