New Health Insurance Policy Covers Transitioning Students

Amidst the continuation of various capital projects across campus and administrative efforts to examine students’ experiences through visioning forums, this semester also brings revisions to the college’s health insurance plan. Among the changes are the improved affordability of out-of-pocket expenditures and hormone


College to be site for Verizon cell tower

This morning, the college will conduct a balloon test to examine the visual impact of a proposed cellphone tower as a part of its initiative to improve cellular service to Verizon customers both around campus and in the Swarthmore Borough. The college


Eduroam in place despite student confusion

This semester, the college replaced SwatNet with Eduroam to improve Internet speed and connectivity. However, during the initial implementation of Eduroam, some students experienced trouble in connecting to the college’s wireless network. Chief Information Technology Officer Joel Cooper explained that the main


College expands one card access

As a new initiative to modernize, the college is expanding key card access to dorms, academic buildings, and other areas in the near future. This expanded access will allow improvements in campus security and meal plans, among other benefits. Termed OneCard, the

College moves forward with plans for new BEP building

In its largest grounds project to date, the college has slated its new $120 million biology, engineering, and psychology (BEP) building to be constructed in the spring of 2017, with an expected completion date of August 2020. Serving as an extension to


Rule changes affect misconduct, party policies

Every year, the Dean’s Office revises the student handbook based on feedback from students, faculty, and student groups recorded from the previous year. This year’s revisions bring significant changes to alcohol and party policies, as well as the student conduct process. As