Admission

Admission

Learn More about Visiting Campus

Planning a visit to Bard? Click below to get directions and learn more about tours and accommodations.

Campus Events

Be sure to check our events calendar to see what else is happening at the College in April.

Campus Map

Click below to view and download the campus map (PDF).

Profiles

Faculty: Teju Cole

Teju Cole

Teju Cole, distinguished writer in residence at Bard College, was born in the United States in 1975 to Nigerian parents; he was raised in Nigeria and currently lives in Brooklyn. Cole is an author, art historian, and street photographer. The New York Times selected his novel Open City as one of 100 Notable Books of 2011.
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April Is Accepted Students Month!

Join Us for Campus Tours, Class Visits, and Special Events

More Ways to Experience Bard in April

  • Class visits (see below)
  • Saturday Tour
  • Online text chats with current Bard students through CollegeWeekLive (Monday–Friday) text chats 3–5 p.m. EDT
  • Video chat on April 24, 8–9 p.m.: You'll be able to see and hear current Bard students speak about Bard and answer your questions through CollegeWeekLive (details will be sent via e-mail).

Class Visits

Bard's small, discussion-based classes are an integral part of the curriculum. Our faculty and students create a rich intellectual life on campus and make the Bard classroom an exciting and transformative place to be. As an accepted student, we encourage you to experience Bard courses for yourself. We welcome you to visit classes during the month of April. Out of respect for current Bardians and the classroom chemistry that so often develops over the course of a semester, we ask that you abide by the following guidelines:
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Fisher Center Is Celebrating Its 10th Anniversary

The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, with a monthlong celebration in April. Visit the website for all the April events.

American Symphony Orchestra Concerts in New York City

Bard College president Leon Botstein, musical director of the American Symphony Orchestra (ASO), will be conducting the following upcoming concerts in New York City. (Click "view more" for information on discounts for accepted students!)

May 2 | Hungary Torn | Location: Carnegie Hall
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