Planning for the Semester
Pet Request Form
Students have the privilege of bringing a small pet, such as a fish or hamster, to the residences. Download this form and complete it for approval prior to bringing pets into the residence halls.
Facts About Mold and Mildew
- Welcome to Bard!
- Student Government Constitution of Bard College
- Academic and Campus Life Calendar, 2023-2024
- Religious Services and Holiday Calendar, 2023-2024
- Social Media Guidance
- Sports & Student Clubs
- Bard College Student Government and Standing Committees
- Learning at Bard
- Campus Facilities and Resources
- Residence Life & Housing
- College Policies, Regulations, and Procedures
- Safety and Security
- Appendix I: Moderation
- Appendix II: Senior Project Preparation and Presentation
- COVID-19 Handbook Addendum
The Bard community flourishes if all members act in harmony to protect the rights of others and promote the College’s academic focus. When conflicts arise, it is the right and responsibility of the group, whether it’s the residence hall, club, or committee, to work out a solution that is fair to all. This chapter will outline residence hall regulations. All students, whether on or off campus residents, and their guests are subject to the terms and conditions of the Facility Use Agreement. In the rare case that a student has not signed the agreement prior to move-in or at Room Selection they are still bound to the agreement upon entering on-campus housing.
The College reserves the right to limit the use of its facilities or to terminate residential privileges if: a student does not remain in good standing as defined in the College regulations; jeopardizes the well-being of others or fails to comply with the terms of the Facility Use Agreement (Housing Agreement). The Director of Residence Life & Housing or designee has the right to reassign rooms or cancel housing privileges whenever such action is deemed to be in the best interest of the student or the College.