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For Students

Hello, Smithies! You're here to learn, explore, find your voice and discover your best self. And we’re here to help. Make the most of your college experience by getting the resources and support you need. We’ve got you covered.

Sip Sip, Hooray!

Put the kettle on, everyone—the custom Smith tea blends are now for sale online, in the bookstore, and at the Campus Center Café. Initially debuted during the inauguration festivities of President Sarah and served at your Friday house teas, the two blends are sustainably made and packaged, in keeping with Smith’s values.

Learn More About the Teas Buy Now

Calling All Artists!

Help us reach the next generation of Smithies! We’re calling for submissions of artwork that will be used to create stickers that will be included in the admissions packet for admitted incoming students. (Like this one from last year, designed by Haley-December Brown ’23.)

The theme is “Joy”—What brings you joy at Smith?

Submit Your Ideas
A digital drawing of the Quad with the words "Greetings from Smith College"

Seniors: Order Your Academic Regalia

Regalia will be available for purchase at the Smith College Bookstore starting April 15, 2024. Please visit the bookstore at 8 Green Street on or after April 15 to purchase your regalia. You do not need to place an order online in advance.

If you received regalia through the SGA lottery and need a tassel, they can be purchased in person at the Smith College Bookstore, also starting April 15. 

If you have any questions related to regalia please call the bookstore at 413-585-4140 or email

Those receiving financial aid have the option of participating in the Regalia Loan Program lottery offered through the Student Government Association. All students will be invited to enter the lottery in January and will be notified in early February as to whether they can receive regalia through this program.

Only students who receive Smith aid and are verified through Student Financial Services are eligible to enter the lottery. Questions regarding this program should be directed to the SGA office at

Thursday, May 16
Smith College Bookstore open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Friday, May 17
Smith College Bookstore open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday, May 18
Smith College Bookstore open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Sunday, May 19
Smith College Bookstore open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Photo from Commencement 2014 by Jim Gipe/Pivot Media

First Tuesdays

Next Event: Tuesday, May 7, 2024
Calling all campus community members! Sponsored by the Office of the President, join your colleagues and peers in the Julia McWilliams Child ’34 Campus Center on the first Tuesday of every month from 8:30–9:30 a.m. for coffee, donuts, and a chance to catch up on happenings around the campus. Bring a friend from your own department or house, or meet a new one.

Give Back, Plate by Plate

Want to lend a helping hand and reduce food waste in the process? Contact the Smith Food Rescue Network to see about helping to donate dining hall leftovers to members of the Northampton community who may be in need. Donations—totaling more than 22,000 pounds since the program’s inception in 2022—most often go to Manna Kitchen, but the Rescue Network may have other local locations in mind as well.

Get Involved
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Get Advice

Whether you’re stumped by a calculus problem, need help crafting an essay, or want to land the perfect summer internship, we’ve got you covered. Individual appointments or group tutoring sessions can help you thrive.

The Jacobson Center Writing

The Spinelli Center Math & Science

The Lazarus Center Career Advising

Class Deans Academic Advising

You Belong Here

At Smith, we’re committed to creating and fostering an inclusive, accessible campus and community for each and every student (and faculty and staff member!). The Office of Equity and Inclusion has a host of resources, initiatives, and support networks to ensure each voice is heard, valued, and respected.

Major Initiatives

Financial Resources for You

Student Financial Services

Have questions about your financial aid package, making a payment, or how to finance your Smith education? Student Financial Services can help you sort out these questions and more.

Common Goods

The one-stop (free) shop for everyday necessities that Smithies may need. If you need a new winter jacket, toiletries, laundry supplies, or more, visit us. Stop by the student-run hub in the Campus Center or order online.

Emergency Grants

In certain circumstances, emergency funding is available to students from the Dean of the College. Apply for help with purchasing textbooks, airfare, medical care, and more.

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Work On Campus

Looking for an on-campus job? Working at a job or an internship provides experience and security and supports the campus and nearby communities. A range of positions are typically available—work in your house’s dining hall, create TikToks for College Relations, or sell tickets to theatergoers at Mendenhall.

See Who’s Hiring

Two-Stop Shopping

The Smith Computer Store, located in Stoddard Hall 202, has everything imaginable for your electronics needs—from new MacBooks and iPads to the smallest cables and adapters, we’ve got you covered. If it’s Smith-branded clothing or accessories (or just some on-campus staples!) you’re after, stop by the bookstore at 8–10 Green Street. At either location, a valid Smith ID will get students, faculty, and staff members various discounts.