Transfer and Graduate Student Housing
Transfer Student HousingOn Campus housing is available for transfer students and may be requested by submitting the Housing Profile form in the Admissions Portal . On-campus housing requests are granted based on availability and on the timely submission of housing profiles. Notification of placement will be sent to your Bard email account.
Floor Plans can be found at the following link: Residence Halls.
Graduate Student Housing
There is limited on campus housing available to graduate students for the 2019–2020 academic year. There are approximately 18 graduate rooms available in three different housing options. These locations are subject to change based on occupancy needs of the college:
Robbins Addition: Large corridor-style residence hall located on north campus. Coin free laundry facility, common area shared kitchen and lounge. Each air -conditioned room has a full private bathroom. There are a total of seven graduate students assigned to this separate corridor among senior (undergraduates). Music practice rooms on site.
Briggs House: Small house on the outskirts of south campus. Briggs house offers five individual bedrooms, two on the 1st floor, three on the 2nd floor, kitchen, 2 bathrooms (one on each floor) and a coin free washer/dryer. Onsite parking. Shared coin free laundry facility with neighboring College guest house. Window air conditioners allowed with permission prior to check in.
Language & ThinkingBard Admission determines which Transfer students need to attend Language & Thinking.
All first-year unmoderated students are required to live on campus and are assigned to live with at least one roommate. First-year students are assigned housing based on the timely submission of a Housing Profile and Facility Use Agreement form found on the Admissions Office website. Although it is often difficult to fulfill specific requests, every effort is made by the Office of Residence Life & Housing to do so. Students are typically notified of their placement by mid July via their Bard email which is assigned in June. Students are housed for Language & Thinking and Citizen Science in their permanent room assignments.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I Have a Pet?
- Can I have a refrigerator or microwave in my room?
- What if I have specific needs?
- Can I have a phone in my room?
- Can I have guests or visitors?
- Can I ship some of my things before I move in?
- Can I smoke in my room?
- How will I get around campus?
- Is there storage on campus?
- What features can I expect my residence hall to include?
- What is Gender Inclusive housing?
- What size are the beds? Do you provide linens? Is there a laundry service?
Housing Amenities ListTransfer students are assigned to residence halls all across campus, typically in double and triple occupancy rooms. All residences where first-year students are assigned are alcohol free. All residences are smoke free. Each resident receives a mattress (commonly referred to as Twin XL or extra long), a bed frame, desk, desk chair, and two storage options. Students have access to kitchen and laundry facilities as well as WiFi.
Download the housing amenities sheet below for more details including approximate room size information Download