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International Students & Scholars

The Office for International Students and Scholars enhances and supports the educational, cultural and social dimension of international education at Smith College. We promote a diverse learning environment, support essential services and programs and assist international students in meeting their educational and career goals.

Announcements

Office closed for Winter Break

Smith College will be closed from Wednesday, December 24th until Sunday, January 4th. The Lewis Global Studies Center will be closed during this time as well. If you have an emergency, please contact Campus Police at (413) 585-2490.

Traveling during Winter Break

Make sure you have all your travel documents! For domestic travel, US driver's license, state IDs or your passports should be sufficient. For international travel, you must have your passport and I-20 (signed in the last 12 months)!

Winter Break Housing

  • Houses Close at 10:00 a.m. on December 20 and re-open on January 4, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. for students who are not January graduates or on leave during the spring semester.
  • For more information about procedures, visit our News & Events page!
  • We'll have a few activities going on this winter break for those who are staying on campus! Visit our News & Events page for a schedule of events.

Check out our News & Events page!

We have edited parts of our website, so there are new upcoming events on our News & Events page. Check back to get details!

Read Our Tumblr

We have a Tumblr established last year for current students. Updated about twice a week during the school year, the Tumblr is managed by our office student staff and is a good place to find tips about events, as well as news from the office. Check out the Smith International Tumblr. (New posts will return in the Spring Semester)