Comprehensive Fees 2020–2021
the cost of tuition at the 2019-2020 level for the coming academic year. Room and board
fees, however, will be raised by the anticipated cost of 2.5 percent. This increase calculates out to $396 for Returning Resident.
|Fees||First-Year Students||Returning Resident||Returning Off-Campus|
|Room and board 2||17,938||16,272||0|
|Campus facilities fee||0||0||352|
|Campus health services fee 3||470||470||470|
|Security deposit 4||225||0||0|
- Students registering for more than 20 credits will be charged a fee of $1,736 for each additional credit. Please note that all enrolled full-time students will be charged an optional tuition insurance plan at an additional cost of $760, which is charged in the fall semester. Students who elect to waive the tuition insurance must submit a waiver form online by the appropriate deadline, so that the charge can be removed from the student's account. Information regarding tuition insurance is available at the Office of Student Accounts.
- All resident students are required to take the meal plan. The room and board cost for first-year students includes the August Language and Thinking and January Citizen Science programs.
- The campus health services fee, which provides access to the health and counseling center, is required for all enrolled students. Please note that all enrolled students are required to have health insurance coverage. A 12-month health insurance plan is available through Bard at an additional cost of $3,042, which is charged in the fall semester. Students who elect to have alternate private plans must submit proof of coverage for confirmation that, upon review, it is equivalent to the plan offered through Bard. Information regarding health insurance is available at the Health Services Office.
- The security deposit is a one-time-only charge. It is refundable at the completion of a students' course of study at the College.