Bard Office of Admission Replaces Campus Tours with Virtual Let's Meet Sessions
The Bard College Office of Admission canceled all campus tours through Monday, August 31 and replaced them with online Let's Meet sessions. We apologize for the inconvenience this might cause and want you to know that we are available for additional conversations by phone and email.
Let's Meet sessions will allow prospective students and their families to join virtual information and Q&A sessions hosted by an admission counselor and a current Bard student. You can register for these sessions by going to this webpage.
We know this is a difficult time. We wish you well and hope that you will reach out to us if you have any questions at all.
Virtual Event Recordings
As the recordings become available, they will be posted in one of these playlists:
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