Bard College

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Choice, flexibility, and rigor are the hallmarks of the Bard education, which is a transformative synthesis of the liberal arts and progressive traditions. The liberal arts tradition at Bard is evident in the common curriculum for first-year students, including the First-Year Seminar and Citizen Science Program, and in general courses that ground students in the essentials of inquiry and analysis and present a serious encounter with the world of ideas. The progressive tradition is reflected in Bard̠s tutorial system and interdisciplinary curriculum, which emphasize independent and creative thought, and the skills required to express those thoughts with power and effect. Students are encouraged to be actively engaged throughout the four years of their undergraduate experience and to help shape, in tandem with faculty advisers, the subject matter of their education.

Overview

Costs

Undergraduate


In State

$52,906

Out of State

$52,906

Graduate


In State

$33,628

Out of State

$33,628

Textbooks


Average

$1,000

Student Population

Student Count


Undergraduate

1,911

Graduate

357

GI Bill Students

12

Male

43.8%

Female

56.2%

Affiliation
Religious

No Religious Affiliation

Ethnicity

No ethnic affiliation

Gender

Coed School

School Information
Duration

4 Year

Accreditation

REGIONAL

College Type

PRIVATE


Calendar

SEMESTERS

Setting

Town

Online Undergraduate Course

NO

Online Graduate Course

YES

Avg. Accepted Score
SAT Math

SAT Critical Reading

ACT

0

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Admission Info

Veterans Affairs Info

Military Offering

Majors Offered

Search Majors Offered
  • A Associates
  • B Bachelors
  • BC Post B.A Certificate
  • M Masters
  • MC Post M.A Certificate
  • D Doctorate