Barnard’s mind-body approach provides resources and support to help you to thrive. Our Feel Well, Do Well programming is designed to help you relax and focus, whether that’s a community outing to the park or Wednesday Craft Nights.
Life on Campus
The Barnard campus is home to a close-knit community of independently minded, adventurous students. As part of the community, you’ll be empowered to help steer campus life. You’ll find a culture and resources that encourage self-care and compassion for one another. And a constant stream of lectures, workshops, concerts, recitals, plays, films, and other events will keep you busy.
College is a big transition: It's normal to have questions. Our Res Life team is here to help.
“Diana is my favorite place to go for one very simple reason: smoothies. Yes, they have sushi and pizza and french fries. But their smoothies.... And you can use swipes for them!”
— Cassandra Clifford ’21
Health & Wellness
Get help in making positive wellness decisions at the Well-Woman Center, your destination for all things related to women’s health.
From counseling and clinical care to group support and workshops, the Rosemary Furman Counseling Center promotes maintaining emotional and mental health.
Barnard is setting the stage for sustainable, award-winning campus architecture with the LEED Gold-rated Diana Center, and the LEED Silver-rated Milstein Center.
Tucked away from Broadway’s noise and bustle, the Barnard campus is a green oasis where you can hang out on the lawn, take sunny breaks on the Milstein Center’s green terraces, or go for a walk in nearby Riverside Park.
Sustainability and climate change courses
Faculty in 21 departments research sustainability + climate change
Carbon emissions reduction since 2005
Space to Stretch
When it’s time to grab a meal, you’ll have options on both sides of Broadway.
Symposiums, panel discussions, book launches — as a Barnard student, you can attend events on either campus.
With more than 500 Barnard and Columbia student organizations to choose from, you’re sure to find your niche.
Barnard’s rich history of student activism means that diversity and inclusion are woven through coursework and are an essential part of everything that we do. While there’s always progress to be made, read about the strides the College has made to increase representation among both students and faculty.