International students attending Bard College are eligible for financial assistance. Prospective international students who wish to be considered for financial aid must submit the Bard International Student Financial Aid Form. See below to download the required forms. Students who submit the required financial aid forms are automatically considered for all Bard College grants or scholarships for which they may be eligible. The Bard International Student Financial Aid Form must be completed each academic year for continuation of scholarship.
Bard's financial aid budget is limited. Bard makes every effort to meet the needs of its accepted and financially eligible students while staying within budget parameters. Generally, Bard will admit an academically eligible international student who can demonstrate sufficient funding to cover room, board and travel costs.
Please note: It is Bard's policy not to offer admission to any international student who is unable to demonstrate sufficient funding.
Arseny Khakhalin, assistant professor of biology. Photo by Pete Mauneyy '93 MFA '00
Bard Foreign Scholarships
Nonrepayable grants are awarded to non-U.S. citizens on the basis of financial need and academic achievement and promise. Typically, Bard Foreign Scholarships range from $10,000 to $50,000 annually for full-time enrollment. Many other Bard College financial aid programs are available to all applicants, including international students.
International Student Financial Aid Forms
Apply for Financial Aid
International applicants should upload their financial form to their Bard applicant portal. Admission emails applicant portal information to all students when they apply to Bard.
Performers backstage at the International Student Organization Cultural Show. Photo by Sarah Wallock '19
The Office of International Student and Scholar Services
OISSS provides individual assistance to international students, faculty, and their families through advisement concerning federal immigration laws, tax and labor relations, and support related to personal, academic, professional, and cultural matters. Visit their website for information about managing your finances and employment during your time at Bard.
Students working on the Bard Farm. Photo by Pete Mauney '93 MFA '00
International students may apply for on-campus employment to help cover personal expenses.
Contact Bard Financial Aid
Office of Financial Aid
PO Box 5000
(30 Campus Road)
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504-5000
|Location: Brook House, 11 Woods Ave
E-mail Undergraduate: [email protected]
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