Caroline Davis ’17 loves the fact that her friends are always in her room. Whether they are just hanging out or studying all night, it’s one example of the vibrant King House community. View the entire Home Smith Home video series here
The study of Arabic at Smith is much more than simply learning how to converse in this ancient language. You will also be immersed in the history, culture and art of Arab-speaking peoples. Learn why there has never been a better time to study Arabic at Smith.
Afreen Seher Gandhi ’15, student speaker at the 2015 Ivy Day Awards Convocation, described how Smith College and its alumnae supported her transformation from a shy theater major to a budding film director—and one of the college’s 19 Fulbright scholars this year. Said Gandhi, “Because of your generous support, dear alumnae, today, young women from all corners of the world can dream of coming to Smith because they want to and deserve to, without worrying if they can afford to.”
Emily Cryan '17 looks out over central campus from a circular antique window in Chapin House. But her favorite part of her room is the secret alcove where she can curl up and relax. She is also the current keeper of a figurine that has been passed down through generations of Chapinites. See all the Home Smith Home episodes
The Praxis Funding Program guarantees a paid internship to all Smith students. Annually, more than 400 students take internships around the world. Students have interned in a variety of areas, from health care to education, communications to public policy, business to the arts, psychology to science. These internships help students build on their academic studies and provide the critical skills employers and graduate schools are looking for.