All rooms are provided with a bed (XL twin in each residence hall except 601 W 110th St), desk & chair, dresser space, and either a closet or wardrobe. Each residence hall is equipped with laundry facilities, wireless internet or cable modems (provided by Time Warner) and community-wide common areas. Students may sign up for cable TV service (through Time Warner Cable).
The Platinum Meal Plan is required for First Year students. Upperclass students living in the Quad (Floors 2-8 of Brooks, Reid, Hewitt, & Sulzberger) are required to participate, at minimum, in the Quad Upperclass Meal Plan. All other students living on campus (and full-time students living off-campus) are required to participate, at minimum, in the Convenience Meal Plan. More information, including upgrade options, is available on the Dining Services website.
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Single or Multiple rooms with shared hallway bathrooms
2-9 students in Single or Multiple rooms with kitchen and bathroom
6-12 students in Single or Multiple rooms with shared kitchen and bathroom
For the current year's room rates, please visit http://barnard.edu/reslife/policies/housing/room-rates.
A limited number of continuing Barnard students are able to live in Columbia University residence halls each year through the Barnard/Columbia Housing Exchange.
Barnard students either receive an assignment through participating in a Greek chapter or by being "pulled-in" to a group through the Columbia Room Selection Process. It is not possible to request room changes to the Columbia campus during the academic year.
Barnard students who live in the Columbia residence halls are billed for their room by Barnard following Barnard room rates.
Barnard students are eligible to live in the following buildings / locations only:
Please note that housing options like The Bayit and International House are not considered part of undergraduate housing and are not part of the Barnard/Columbia Housing Exchange. Students who move into these locations would cease to be eligible for participation in the Room Selection process and would loose their guarantee of housing for future semesters. Additionally, students who choose to live in these locations would be classified by the Barnard Financial Aid office as living off-campus and would eligible for less financial aid. If you have any questions about choosing to live in a location that is not coordinated through the Barnard/Columbia Housing Exchange, please speak to both Residential Life & Housing and the Financial Aid office.
Dual-enrolled Barnard/JTS students may be eligible to live in JTS Residence Halls. Visit JTS Residence Life for more information.