Events Management coordinates the scheduling of on-campus events and activities in event spaces. The Registrar’s Office is responsible for assigning classrooms for instructional purposes. After the academic class schedule is set, Events Management is responsible for coordinating events and activities in classrooms.
To maximize the success of events and meet fulfillment schedules, we ask that arrangements, including set-up needs, audiovisual equipment, and support requirements, and security needs, be made with Events Management by Barnard faculty & staff at least 14 days prior to the event. We ask that designees for GBB-Recognized Clubs and organizations submit event requests a minimum of 28 days prior to the proposed event for planning purposes. If you are a member of the Barnard community, please make your event requests online.
If a meeting room is needed, and no additional resources, including facility set-up, audiovisual, security, or catering are required, we facilitate requests online up to three days prior to the event.
Requests with less notice than outlined above cannot be made online. Please contact Events Management directly at 212.854.8021. We understand that last-minute arrangements are sometimes necessary and work to facilitate the requests based on available resources.
After arrangements are finalized, the event organizer will receive an online event confirmation which includes the date, time, and location of the event as well as other related information.
Below is a list of Barnard departments and a description of the services they provide for on-campus events.
105M Barnard Hall
The Facilities Services staff maintains the physical environment of the Barnard campus, including but not limited to classrooms, event spaces, and grounds. Facilities staff ensures that the set-ups are made and spaces are cleaned according to the event requirements provided by Events Management.
4-6666 from a campus phone
CARES Response (non-emergency)
4-3362 from a campus phone
CARES represents a conceptual and organizational evolution at Barnard in order to promote community safety and well-being.
The new structure includes Community Safety, focused on-campus security concerns while incorporating new approaches to practice, breaks out a first response team, sensitive to the individual challenges and crises faced on a college campus, and enfolds the Nondiscrimination and Title IX office, ensuring equity and collaborating across these areas of expertise.
Milstein Center - 2nd floor
IMATS provides audiovisual equipment and technical support for events on the Barnard campus.
Interchurch Center, 13th Floor
The Communications office oversees media relations, electronic communications (including the website), Barnard Magazine and other publications, an array of printed support materials, and the College’s marketing efforts and public events. Contact Communications regarding publicity for your event.
Barnard College Approved Caterers
Events requiring catering services must be supported by Chartwells or another Barnard College-approved caterer. Events Management can provide additional information about the various caterers upon request.
Barnard Approved Caterers
607 West 116th Street
New York, New York 10027
304 Hudson Street
New York, New York 10013
112 East 75th Street
New York, New York 10021
Other Off-Campus Resources
See Visit Us for information on accommodations, parking garages, restaurants near Barnard College, etc.
2881 Broadway at West 112th Street
New York, New York 10025
209 West 96th Street
New York, New York 10025
Rental Companies (e.g. furniture, tents):
171-27 Station Road
Flushing, New York 11358
134 Morgan Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11237
25 Oak Street
Mount Vernon, New York 10550