With all the programming offered in the Barnard residence halls, you will never be at a loss for something to do! Last year, there were more than 450 programs which took place in the residence halls.

These programs were coordinated by the Resident Assistants and Special Interest Housing suites.  Programs included social events welcoming students to their residential area, informal gatherings to watch a favorite TV show or movie, an evening with Well-Women Peer Educators to discuss important health concerns, a resume writing workshop coordinated with Career Development, opportunities to participate in community service, current events discussions with faculty members, culture celebrations, potluck dinners, academic discussions about issues like picking a major, and a chance to blow off some steam before finals! (to name just a few)

Programs may be geared towards your floor, your residence halls, your residential area, your class year, or to the entire campus.  There are ways to get actively involved with programming; for example, suggesting programming ideas to your RA and/or helping to organize programs.  Getting involved with programming in the residence halls and on campus is a great way to find and help decide which leadership opportunities are right for you.  The most important and exciting part of programming is you!