Dean of Student Affairs

Student Handbook

Contact Us

For further information, contact:
The Dean of Student Affairs Office, Bard College, PO Box 5000, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504-5000
Phone: 845-758-7454
E-mail: dosa@bard.edu

Information Services

Bard Information Technology Services

Helpdesk Phone: 7500

Helpdesk email: helpdesk@bard.edu

Website: inside.bard.edu/hcrc

Computer Lab Hours: http://inside.bard.edu/hcrc/labs/

 

Charles P. Stevenson Jr. Library

Information Desk Phone: 7281

Website: www.bard.edu/library

Library Hours: http://www.bard.edu/library/content/libinfo.php


The Stevenson Library and Bard Information Technology Services together apply emerging media to teaching, learning and related information services

Stevenson Library, built with the generous support and encouragement of Charles P. Stevenson, Jr., is Bard’s main library. Located on the Annandale campus, it consists of three buildings: Hoffman, built in 1895; Kellogg added in 1973; and the Stevenson addition, designed by Robert Venturi , which opened in 1993. Other Bard College libraries include: The Levy Economics Institute Library and the Center for Curatorial Studies Library on the Annandale campus, and the Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design and Culture Library in New York City. The collections of all four libraries are included in our catalog.

Our mission is to be an active partner in the intellectual work of Bard's students, faculty, and staff. We strive to develop collections, services, and partnerships that help all users become more resourceful, more independent and more original scholars. We take a campus leadership role in thoughtfully applying emerging media to the task of turning information into knowledge.

We actively promote a variety of resource sharing relationships (ConnectNY , the Oberlin Group Libraries and Southeastern New York Library Resources Council)  with regional and national partners designed to bring considerably expanded collections of books, journals and digital resources to the campus community.

Through the College Archives and Special Collections we continue to collect and create easy and comprehensive access to a variety of historical documents, images, and recordings that tell the story of the College, and to actively promote their use as teaching and learning resources.

Library Hours: http://www.bard.edu/library/content/libinfo.php

Finding Bookshttp://www.bard.edu/library/content/books.php

Bard Information Technology Services provides a complete array of information technology services to members of the Bard community. These include:

  • IT Administration
  • Helpdesk: The Helpdesk provides technical, hardware, and software support for computers in use by Bard faculty and administrative staff.
  • Desktop Support: Desktop support is available to all Bard computers.
  • Academic Computing: The goal of Academic Computing is to encourage, coordinate, and support the use of information technology in the institution's academic endeavors. Academic Computing also supports Bard online course tool, Moodle.
  • Training and Documentation: Training services are available to all members of the Bard community designed to educate users on the effective use of information technology both on campus and beyond.
  • Network & Systems Administration: Network & Systems Administration manages the installation and maintenance of Bard's high speed & wireless data networks, public computing labs, printing facilities, and web server administration.
  • Web Services: The Web Services Group designs, develops, and supports Bard College's main recruitment and internal websites including academic program, departmental, and campus service websites.

The Bard network features a Gigabit backbone with 200MB desktop speeds that link College facilities and give students, faculty, and staff access to Internet services, e-mail, and the World Wide Web from classrooms, residence hall rooms, offices, and public areas. Bard provides high-speed ethernet access to the Internet and campus computing resources via fiber-optic cabling to all student residence halls and 802.11b(g) wireless networking in several areas around the campus including the Stevenson Library, Henderson Technology Lab, Ottaway Gatehouse, Fisher Studio Arts Building, Hegeman Hall, Albee Hall, Rose Hall, Bertelsmann Campus Center, the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts, and Ward Manor Cafe; also: Tewksbury Hall, Robbins, Bartlett, Sawkill, Keen Basement, Sycamore, Spruce, Maple, and Mulberry (residence halls). 

Computer Lab Hours: http://inside.bard.edu/hcrc/labs/

Recommended computer configurations: http://inside.bard.edu/bits/recommendations/