Smith is committed to providing equitable, inclusive, dynamic services. The goal is to help students connect with the offices, centers and resources that they can rely on for personal and academic support, community engagement, inclusion and self-care, as well as a variety of other forms of assistance.
Are You Concerned About Someone?
Important: If there is an immediate risk to life or property please contact campus safety at 413-585-5555 or extension 5555.
The above referral form is for the use of faculty, staff, students and community members.
Referrals are reviewed by the Dean of Students or a member of the Dean of the College's team during normal business hours, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and may not be immediately reviewed.
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How do I know what’s going on?
Campus engagement opportunities allow students to develop meaningful relationships which are the foundation of the residential liberal arts experience. The following resources serve to notify students of all the activities on campus.
Navigating Other Resources
Who can help me with…?
The Office of Student Affairs strives to ensure students have access to the information they need in order to navigate the Smith College campus and its many resources. Below you will find a list of the most common concerns for students and families as well as the campus partners best suited to assist.
If you don't find what you are looking for, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will help connect you with the right office or department.
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Smith Community Conduct
Contribute, Cultivate, Care.
Students at Smith should expect to be challenged by a diversity of thought, experience and expression. The diversity of Smith is essential to creating a robust culture for living and learning, both on campus and beyond. Each member of our community is encouraged to inquire freely and to express ideas and criticism in a civil manner, while also recognizing the opinions, cultures, traditions and individuality of others, and their right to maintain them. Everyone in our community should be able to both speak and be heard while abiding by our conduct expectations.
Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct and Social Responsibility is a social contract identifying the expectations of our learning community at Smith. It is premised on taking responsibility for how an individual’s actions affect others.
Statement of Ethics
Ethical student conduct is critical to a supportive and inclusive community that fosters learning and achievement. As noted in the Statement of Student Ethics, students have freely associated themselves with Smith College in a relationship based on mutual trust, personal respect and individual integrity.
Rights & Responsibilities
Joining the Smith community entails both rights and responsibilities. These include:
- to engage and experience a community that cares for its members and to assume each member’s best intentions;
- to cultivate one another's thoughts and ideas and to coexist in the discomfort of different viewpoints; and
- to contribute, discuss, negotiate and take responsibility for personal conduct and the conduct of one’s invited guests.
Please reach out to student affairs with any questions or concerns.