Paul Smith’s College announces Olympic sports initiative

Paul Smith’s College announces Olympic sports initiative

Paul Smith’s College is expanding its athletics and recreation programs to leverage the college’s unique facilities, provide a collegiate success track for high performance athletes, and continue a regional Olympic heritage that’s even older than the college itself....
Paul Smith’s College students named to YSCC All-Academic Team

Paul Smith’s College students named to YSCC All-Academic Team

Forty-three Paul Smith’s College athletes have been named to the Yankee Small College Conference’s Fall 2017 All-Academic Team. Students receiving All-Academic honors this fall participated in six different sports: golf, women’s volleyball, women’s...
Paul Smith’s College students named Academic All-Americans

Paul Smith’s College students named Academic All-Americans

Fifty Paul Smith’s College athletes have been named to the United States Collegiate Athletic Association’s All-Academic Team for their success in the classroom this fall. Students receiving All-Academic honors this fall represent a handful of sports – the golf,...
Paul Smith’s College to add women’s hockey

Paul Smith’s College to add women’s hockey

School taps Andrea Kilbourne-Hill to lead new program The only four-year college in the Adirondacks continued to embrace the culture of the region when Paul Smith’s College announced on Friday, Dec. 1, the advent of women’s hockey. The college made further news...
Paul Smith’s College announces accelerated culinary program

Paul Smith’s College announces accelerated culinary program

Paul Smith’s College is now offering an Associate of Occupational Science (AOS) degree in Culinary Arts, an accelerated culinary program to be completed in just three semesters. Aimed toward aspiring culinary professionals, the program is designed to take place over...
Adirondack Watershed Institute receives significant federal grant

Adirondack Watershed Institute receives significant federal grant

The Paul Smith’s College Adirondack Watershed Institute received a $594,276 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Oct. 11 for its ongoing work controlling and preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species. The funds will go toward work carried out...