Come and be heard. We need your voice.What is the distinctive value of a Skidmore liberal arts education? How can the College make that value accessible to the broadest and most interesting student population? And how can we best articulate the value of that education over the course of lifetime?
Halfway through our ten-year Strategic Plan, we're inviting alumni, parents, and friends to join us in a national conversation about the enduring value of a Skidmore education and crucial issues affecting the future of the College.
That conversation is unfolding both in a series of town hall meetings that President Philip A. Glotzbach is leading in eight cities around the country, and on the Your Voice, Our Future blog. Whether in person or online, we hope you'll join us and share with us your thoughts and ideas. Your voice matters.
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New York City
Capital District/Saratoga Springs