Early Departure Steps and Tips
Bard College is open for those who need to remain for personal or academic reasons, and understands and supports the decision by those who can do so to return home. The College will also adapt to circumstances as they change. Students who cannot travel, or return to families, or have constraints and needs that are best served by staying on campus, will have a home in Annandale for the duration of the crisis and until the end of the semester. However, those who remain on campus must agree to follow guidelines and instructions issued by the College as well as public health recommendations. This may include types of self-isolation/quarantine procedures. Students who elect to remain must inform the College. They must also inform the College if they decide to leave at any point.
We aspire to be leaders in creating vibrant, inclusive, student-driven communities that foster active engagement, personal development, and lifelong connections.
News and Updates
Important Housing Dates
Thursday, January 9, 2020: Students arrive for Citizens Science program
Tuesday, January 21, 2020: New transfer and PIE students arrive
Saturday, January 25, 2020: Returning students arrive for spring semester
Friday, March 20 – Sunday, March 29, 2020: Spring Break Recess*
Wednesday, May 20, 2020: Residence Halls close at noon (graduating seniors stay until Sunday, May 24 at noon)
Finding Your On-Campus Housing
With more than 40 different residence halls, we have developed a series of processes to create the best possible residential experiences on campus. Utilize these status-based links to learn more about selecting on-campus housing at Bard in Annandale-on-Hudson.
Check out our residences!
Our halls are grouped in five neighborhoods across campus. The neighborhoods help to group geographically close and programmatically similar residences, click one below to start learning about the neighborhood and the residences it contains.
Life in the Residences
The Residential Experience at Bard is lead by our Peer Counselors(PCs) who live alongside students and serve as leaders as well as resources for their residents. From there we have many different opportunities for students to engage in their residence halls, meet new people, and make life-long connections.