Provides guidance as students develop their educational plans and make thoughtful and informed decisions about their academic and life goals
Barnard College has a host of offices and departments focused on providing personal and academic services to its students. These services range from academic assistance, such as advising, tutoring, and career development, to health and wellness initiatives, such as primary care, counseling, disability services, and well-woman. Other offices include student life, registrar, computing services, financial aid, and equity and inclusion.
Works to ensure that the campus is accessible to all students and that accommodations are made to provide programmatic and physical access to all community members with disabilities
Offers Barnard scholar-athletes the opportunity to compete alongside Columbia undergraduates in 16 NCAA Division I sports
Supports students and alumnae as they define, pursue, and achieve success in their careers and communities
Handles billing, collection, refunding, and accounting of students’ tuition and loan accounts and other institutional receivables
Details about the upcoming Commencement, as well as past Commencement speakers and medalists
Provides students with a wide range of dining options on campus. Focuses on providing for the dietary needs of all students, including kosher, halal, vegan, and other allergen-free options, and making many menu items using ingredients sourced from local farms and vendors
Assists students through the financial aid process to help them and their families make the best financial choices
The “Feel Well, Do Well @ Barnard” program focuses on providing a holistic approach to students’ health and wellness, with the belief that well-being and health are inherent to academic success and lifelong learning.
Assists Barnard students with their complete computing needs
Provides support and a wide array of academic, cultural, and social programming resources to Barnard’s international students
Assists students who are considering taking a leave of absence or are planning on returning from a leave of absence
Provides opportunities to enrich and complement the intellectual life of students, with a focus on students of color, first-generation students, and/or low-income students. The EOP and C-STEP programs are available to students who are residents of New York state, while the BOP program provides similar services and resources for students who are residents of other states.
Provides academic assistance in an inclusive and equitable environment where all students can access the level of help they need
Provides services and resources to ensure the safety and well-being of students, faculty, staff, and guests
Coordinates all housing and residential life programs to foster community and ensure a safe home away from home for Barnard students
Enhances the student experience by creating programs, events, leadership opportunities, and dialogues outside the classroom
Expectations for students at Barnard College