The College affords a wide range of activities and opportunities for students to engage in challenging and rewarding ways with peers, faculty, alumni/ae, local neighborhoods, and the world at large. It also provides a support system of advisers, tutors, counselors, and related programs to help students successfully negotiate their undergraduate experience.
Dean of Student Affairs Office
DOSA is concerned with the quality of student life and serves as an information resource for nonacademic matters.
The Learning Commons
宝龙国际娱乐Help in writing a paper—or with any academic subject—is found at the Learning Commons. Commons staff provide tutoring and academic skills workshops to all Bard students, in more than 40 subjects.
Computing at Bard
Bard computing resources and facilities are available to all faculty, staff, and students on campus. Although many students provide their own computer, it is not required. Computers are available in computing labs and classrooms throughout the campus. Wireless networking is available in the campus center, libraries, and many residence halls.
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宝龙国际娱乐From finalizing your Senior Project to applying for postgrad fellowships to planning your move to a new city following graduation, we have the resources you need to navigate your final year at Bard.
BardWorks helps rising juniors and seniors apply their liberal arts education to the workforce they are about to enter. Drawing on the College’s extensive alumni/ae and family networks, we pair students with a mentor in their field of interest, and help them develop interview, resume, and networking skills.
Career Development Office
宝龙国际娱乐The Bard Career Development Office (CDO) helpsstudents translate their liberal arts education to the workplace through a variety of programs and resources.