Living On Campus at Bard

Intersession Housing Information 

Intersession Housing Information 

The Winter Intersession Housing form can be completed HERE

*This form is not intended for First Year students who are participating in the Citizen Science Program.
  • Students must be approved to be in residence during intersession periods, otherwise a $200 per day fine may be imposed.
 
  • The College reserves the right to assign conference attendees, faculty and/or intersession residents to residence halls when classes are not in session.

Please see Intersession Housing Eligibility information below.

Intersession Housing Eligibility

1) You must be financially cleared. No balance can be carried over from the Fall 2017 semester.
2) You must obtain full-time (35 hours per week) on-campus employment. Students can work more then one on-campus job to fulfill this requirement. 
3) Students enrolled in Senior Project can work as little as 15 hours per week, with confirmation from their Senior Project Advisor that work will be supervised and completed during the intersession. 
4) You must be enrolled as an undergraduate on-campus resident of the college for the Spring 2018 semester. 
5) Indicate who your employer(s), Senior Project Advisor, and/or coach are on this form. They must email reslife@bard.edu to confirm your employment status.
6) Ability to pay a room rate of $15/night*  FULL PAYMENT of your total Intersession housing fee is due to the Office of Student Accounts by Monday, December 11, 2017. Payroll deductions are NOT a payment option. Unpaid reservations will be canceled.
7) *A Meal Plan is NOT included in this rate, please make the appropriate arrangements.
 

Returning from Study Abroad or Leave of Absence

If you are a student returning from a leave of absence, study abroad, etc. you may request on-campus housing by completing a TBA Form(To Be Assigned). Housing is assigned based on availability and the timely submission of the TBA Form. Housing is guaranteed to first-year and sophomore students who are required to live on-campus. 

Applicants will be informed of their assignment dependent on the semester they plan to return,e.g. summer months for the Fall semester, January for Spring semester via their Bard email.

 

Room Draw

The annual Room Draw process is an equitable means by which students choose their room based on class level. Housing is guaranteed for those students who have not yet moderated. However, moderated students participating in Room Draw are not guaranteed a housing assignment, as space is limited. Many of the frequently asked questions about Room Draw, information and applications for special interest housing, and important dates and deadlines will be included on this website beginning March, 2018. Please revisit our website at this time and review the information thoroughly.

Important Informational Documents:

Contact Us


Office of Residence Life & Housing

Location: Shea House
1438 Annandale Road
Phone: 845-758-7455
Email: reslife@bard.edu