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  • Brook House was built in 1968 and currently houses the Office of Residential Life & Housing. Brook House was built in 1968 and currently houses the Office of Residential Life & Housing.
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Contact Us

All questions and concerns that are not answered by reading the information listed should be directed to the Office of Residence Life & Housing by phone at (845) 758-7455, email at reslife@bard.edu or by stopping into the Office of Residence Life & Housing in Brook House.

Directors

Ashley Boltrushek


Director of Residence Life
Brook House
aboltrus@bard.edu

Nancy Smith


Director of Housing
Brook House
nsmith@bard.edu

Area Coordinators

Jodi Andersen

Area Coordinator for Cruger Village
janderse@bard.edu
Satellite Office: Cruger 117
Phone: (845) 752-4001

Residence Halls: Cruger Hall, Keen North & South, Maple House, Mulberry House, Oberholzer, Spruce House, Sycamore House, Bartlett, Sawkill

Amanda Dickinson Beirne

Area Coordinator
abeirne@bard.edu
Satellite Office: Village G 101
Phone: (845) 752-4003

Residence Halls: Hirsch, North & South Hoffman, McVickar, Potter, South Hall, Tremblay, Villages A-L

Kim Jackowitz

Area Coordinator
kjackowi@bard.edu
Satellite Office: Shelov 103
Phone: (845) 752-2392

Residence Halls: Bluecher, Bourne, Honey House, Leonard, Obreshkove, Rovere, Rueger, Sands, Shafer, Shelov, Steinway, Tewksbury, Wolff

Kolrick C. Greathouse

Area Coordinator
kgreathouse@bard.edu
Satellite Office: Robbins 188
Phone: (845) 752-4002

Residence Halls: Catskill, Hudson, Manor Annex, Robbins, Robbins Addition, Ward Manor

Cicily Wilson


Administrative Assistant

Phone: (845) 758-7455
Email: reslife@bard.edu

Student Office Asisstants

Our office employs 4-6 students during the academic year to lend additional office coverage and support. This position reports to the Director of Housing and the Area Coordinators.

What We Do

Director of Residence Life

The Director of Residence Life is responsible for creating and managing a team of supportive Area Coordinators who in turn supervise student Peer Counselors (PCs ) to promote a positive residential experience for approximately 1,450 on-campus students. The Director coordinates all aspects of the hiring, selection, training, evaluation and program development of both professional and paraprofessional staff. The Director also contributes to the academic mission of the institution by enhancing the out-of-classroom experience for a diverse, thoughtful, and engaged student body. In addition, the Director is the liaison for the Feitler House co-op and residential Graduate Students who live in the Village, Kappa House and Briggs House. This position reports to the Dean of Campus Life.

Student Office Assistants

Our office employs 4-6 students during the academic year to lend additional office coverage and support. This position reports to the Director of Housing and the Area Coordinators.

Director of Housing

The Director of Housing provides overall departmental leadership and vision in order to create and maintain safe and secure residential living for on-campus students living in over fifty uniquely designed residence hall.  This position coordinates all aspects of the housing assignment process for both returning and newly admitted students and room changes, as needed. The Director oversees the facilities management by serving as the department’s liaison to the Buildings and Grounds and Environmental Services departments to ensure aspects pertaining to a student’s physical environment are attended to in a timely manner. This position reports to the Dean of Campus Life.

Area Coordinators (ACs)

The Area Coordinators (ACs) play a significant role in maintaining a  residential community, which supports and promotes student individual growth, responsibility, and academic achievement while assisting with the day to day operations of the residence halls.

The AC supervises a staff of Peer Counselors(PCs) and assist in the development of community based programs that enhance the quality of life in the residence halls. ACs are full time professional staff who live on campus and maintain office hours to meet with students to discuss academic and non academic concerns. The AC serves as a part of a 24 hour on-call rotation to address emergency situations working collaboratively with other campus resources and staff members.

There are four ACs who report to the Director of Residence Life.