There is very limited on-campus housing for graduate students. Almost all Levy students choose to live off campus. Many find apartments locally through local realtors and online searches. Most graduate students select housing in the Villages of Red Hook and Tivoli. Both villages are within three miles of the College and are served by hourly shuttle bus service to and from campus.
Enrolled students interested in living on Bard’s campus must apply through the MyAnnandale portal. Log in using your Bard credentials and complete a housing application. Graduate housing on campus is limited—apply early!
Facilities and Services
Students in the Levy Graduate Programs have full access to Bard College facilities and services. Campus resources include the Levy Economics Institute Library and Stevenson Library, Stevenson Athletic Center, Kline Dining Commons, the Bertelsmann Campus Center, and the Hessel Museum of Art. Students enjoy world-class music, theater, and dance at Bard venues, including the Fisher Center for the Performing Arts and the László Z. Bitó ’60 Conservatory Building. Graduate students may also take advantage of Bard's robust Health, Counseling, and Wellness program, as well as the Bard Chaplaincy, which hosts spiritual life events and services on campus.
Career Development Office
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Office of Title IX and Nondiscrimination
International Student + Scholar Services
Safety and Security
Stevenson Athletic Center