Skidmore is a small college with a small campus. The facilities around campus are easy to access, and are all within walking distance from each other and the dorms. The dining hall, renovated in 2006, matches the rest of the buildings on campus, while looking new and modern inside. Case Center, the student center, is a large, three-floor building. The dining hall and Case Center are at perpendicular angles to each other, so they frame the main green on campus. Alongside the green are also several academic buildings which, for the most part, are organized by department. Case Center is located on Case Walkway, a covered walkway that extends from one end (near the dining hall) all the way to the art building—a great help for rainy/snowy days! Along the walkway is an outdoor seating area followed by the Scribner Library, which has four floors not including the basement. There are public computers on all of the floors, as well as multiple seating options: tables, desks, even window-nooks. Behind the Case Walkway extends another green that opens toward a small pond. This is also near the modern Tang Teaching Museum and the sports and dance centers. Finally, there is the Arts Quad, which stretches beyond the art building toward Filene Music Building, JKB (Janet Kinghorn Bernhard) Theater, and the Arthur Zankel Music Center.
The campus is undergoing a series of renovation projects. The Arthur Zankel Music Center, which opened in 2010, is the newest building on campus, but the library is undergoing renovation to extend seating options (a needed change), and on-campus apartments in two separate locations are also in the midst of construction. In terms of other projects, students would like to see the sports center get more equipment and be updated.