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Hours and Contact Information

Bard Counseling offers limited services during the summer. We are available to meet with students enrolled in summer programs. Please submit a request on our web page "Appointments" if you would like to meet with a counselor.

Emergency after hours and weekends:
Call Security at 845-758-7460
or ext. 7777

Let's Talk

Stressed? Relationship Difficulties? Roommate Concerns?
Stop by and talk with a counselor. It's free. It's confidential. No appointment necessary!

Let's Talk info is available in Kline during lunch time for the first week of L&T. And for the remainder of L&T Let's Talk will be offered from 5-6pm Monday through Thursday at the Counseling Service in Robbins Annex.  

Announcements and Updates:

Welcome Class of 2018! 

Our hours for students enrolled in summer programs are Monday, Thursday and Friday from 9am-2pm. Please call our office or complete a request form on the "Appointments" page of our website if you would like to meet with a counselor. We also provide after hours and weekend emergency consultations for psychiatric crises. Please call security at 845-758-7777 if you or someone you know needs to speak with a Bard Counselor urgently.

Bard Learning Commons

  • The Bard Learning Commons provides tutoring and other forms of academic support to all Bard students in all subject areas taught at the college.  

BRAVE

BRAVE is a professionally directed student-service organization whose members provide anonymous and confidential crisis intervention, supportive counseling, advocacy, and ongoing education to the Bard community. Although BRAVE staff members receive particular training in issues relating to sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence, and sexuality, BRAVE counselors also receive training in eating disorders, depression and suicide, sexual orientation, loneliness, isolation, anxiety, and social and academic issues.

Contact:
Rebecca Stacy
845-758-7557
brave@bard.edu
Robbins, Room 194

Exercise and Mental Health

Helping a Friend in Need

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Resources

Title IX Resources


The Office of Title IX Coordination offers support, community resources, reporting options, and information about legal rights to individuals who have been impacted by gender-based misconduct (non-consensual sexual contact, intimate partner violence, stalking, harassment) either directly or indirectly as a third party with concerns. 

Transitioning to College

  • Emotional Health at College, for students and parents