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.
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- Appendix I: Moderation
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Student Resources Group
Old Gym, phone: 7144
Email: [email protected]
The Student Resources Group (SRG) is a student-run organization that offers a variety of services to the Bard community. It organizes job-specific service groups and provides students with an opportunity to take an active role in the safety of our campus community. The SRG offers training opportunities and state certifications to its members free of charge. Because of the nature of many of the service groups, most of the work available to students takes place outside the normal nine-to-five workday. Interested students must attend the information sessions offered at the beginning of each semester in order to pick up an application for employment. All services are offered to Bard students free of charge and can be reached by calling Security at 845-758-7460 or the Safe Ride direct number 845-758-7144.
SRG service initiatives:
Emergency Driver Students that receive the New York State Safe Driver Certification are eligible to become on-call emergency drivers for the College. Emergency drivers are responsible for providing transportation to Northern Dutchess Hospital or other local medical facilities should a student have a medical emergency and is unable to drive him or herself or has no alternative transportation. The emergency driver service is not available for all types of medical emergencies, during severe weather or other hazardous driving circumstances. Ambulance service is available on a 24-hour basis from local providers if needed.
Safe Ride Students that receive the New York State Safe Driver Certification are eligible to become drivers for the Safe Ride Program. Offered on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights throughout the semester, this program seeks to ensure that students are able to return to campus safely from an off campus location. A driver and a navigator will be on-call from the hours of midnight to 3:00 a.m. to pick up students at any address within the village of Red Hook and Tivoli and return them to campus.
Night Rides offers students after-dark transportation escorts from and to locations on campus. Night Rides is on-call seven days a week between the hours of 9:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m. Night Rides drivers must have completed the New York State Safe Driver Certification.
Study Space Located in the Faculty Dining Room in Kline, Study Space offers students a quiet, late night space for individuals and groups to focus on their academic work. Additional space is dedicated for group work and discussion. Study Space is open daily from 9:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. and has wireless internet and coffee. Kline Study Space is open overnight until 8:00 a.m. during finals each semester.
Kline Student Space Located in the Main Dining Room in Kline, Student Space offers additional evening space for study groups, club meetings, and general gatherings from 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. every day. Wireless internet is available.
Olin Study Space Located on the third floor of Olin. Olin Study Space offers additional evening space for studying and for study groups from 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Sunday - Thursday.
Sawkill Coffeehouse, Located in Sawkill, SRG collaborates with the Coffee House Club to provide job opportunities for baristas during Coffee House hours (these hours change each semester). Sawkill also collaborates with the Office of Student Activities (OSA) to provide a weekly programming series called Bard After Dark (B.A.D.)