The botanic garden — which encompasses the college’s 147-acre campus and includes a variety of specialty gardens and the Lyman Plant House — plays a vital role in the college’s curriculum.
A specialized forum for writers from the Amazonian regions of Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and Venezuela.
The mentoring office at the Clark Science Center aims to increase and retain the number of African American, Latina, Native American, Asian, Pacific Islander and first-generation college students in science, engineering and math at Smith.
Located in the Campus Center, the bookshop carries required texts for Smith courses, a selection of general books, stationery supplies, imprinted clothing and gifts.
Provides academic and administrative computing resources to the college.
The IRB maintains guidelines for safeguarding and upholding the rights and welfare of volunteer participants in research.
Students at all levels of academic skill work with the center’s writing counselors to improve drafts of their papers.
Smith's renowned Museum of Art serves as an important teaching tool as well as a significant public and scholarly resource.
An interdisciplinary research group, drawing together faculty from a wide range of disciplines in exploring women's contributions to social change.
An internationally recognized repository of manuscripts, photographs, periodicals and other primary sources in women's history.
Tutoring, workshops, and class study sessions in support of students doing quantitative work across the curriculum.