Special Collections is closed Thursday morning, January 17, and will be open 1-5 p.m.
Monday to Friday
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Locations & Study Spaces
SmithScape is a tool to help students find places to study across campus that meet specific criteria, such as lighting, ambient noise, printers, whiteboards, outlets, vending machines, etc.
It is available online and as an app via the App Store and Google Play Store (coming soon). Frequently Asked Questions
The Smith College Libraries provide a range of collections, services and study spaces across campus for individuals and groups ranging from quiet to noise-tolerant which are furnished with a variety of seating and technology options including individual carrels, reservable study rooms, traditional library reading tables, easy chairs and sofas, as well as collaborative group-work set-ups with movable furniture, whiteboards, screen sharing software, and media equipment.
The Spatial Analysis Lab at Smith College strives to promote awareness and understanding of spatial patterns and processes through the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and related technologies, including Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Remote Sensing.
The Computer Resource Center is located in the basement of Seelye Hall room B8, opposite the ETS help desk.
The Assistive Technology Lab is managed by Educational Technology Services (ETS) and located in the basement of Seelye Hall room B5. It is available 24 hours a day.