Accepted Student Forms and Downloads


You've paid your enrollment deposit, made any necessary arrangements for transfer credit or advanced standing, and arranged for your international student visa if necessary. Now is the time to prepare for the coming months by reading up on student health, residence life, and finances; and returning some important paperwork to the College.

Please visit the New Students Website if you have further questions, or feel welcome to contact our staff.

Bard Profile Forms

Due January 1, 2017
2017 spring transfer and exchange students

The Housing Profile must be filled out and returned. The other forms are to be filled out if applicable.

Note: Housing is not guaranteed for transfer students; however, accepted transfers may request on-campus housing by submitting the on-campus housing profile form. To learn more about housing availability on and off campus, transfers should contact the Residence Life Office. Please note that Bard High School Early College students are guaranteed on-campus housing.

Medical Forms

Due January 1, 2017
2017 spring transfer and exchange students

Please read the first three documents and then complete and return the required medical forms packet.

Health Insurance Forms 

Due January 1, 2017
2017 spring transfer, and exchange students

The health insurance plan and opt-out forms are due January 1, 2017. The Bard Insurance Opt-Out Waiver contains information about enrolling in the Bard Plan or Waiving the Plan. This must be read and requires a response.

Attention Non-U.S. Citizens

Additional Information on health insurance:

All international (non-U.S. citizen) undergraduate students are automatically enrolled in the Student Health Plan unless they obtain a waiver by presenting evidence of insurance coverage from one of three different commercial providers. The three different commercial providers are listed in the Health Insurance Comparison Chart below. This document compares the costs of these alternative plans versus the cost of the Bard plan and includes a table showing significant plan differences between one such plan and Bard’s. Click here to download the chart. Download. Download
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