Space to Learn and Live
Barnard’s gem-like four-acre campus is an oasis in the city. Students gather on green lawns and courtyards surrounded by buildings that date from the College’s founding in the late nineteenth century. Faculty departments, student residences, and dining halls are located in these historic structures, in modern 20th-century buildings, and in the award-winning, new Diana Center, which meets the highest environmental standards.
Maintaining these buildings and the grounds that surround them is costly. Your contribution is needed to ensure that Barnard’s campus reflects the dignity and beauty of the women it represents.