Barnard Bound provides a taste of Barnard College for promising young women who are current high school seniors, attending school in the U.S., and self-identify as students of color. Students will be able to participate in sessions across three days, with programming lasting 2-3 hours each day. Participants will hear from current students about their intersecting identities at Barnard, participate in admissions workshops, and learn about Barnard’s unique approach to the liberal arts.
|who should apply?||first-gen and/or low-income, minorities, women|
|eligible grade levels||seniors|
|deadline||first-come, first serve (tentative to change if moved offline)|
|date of program||early October 2022|
|location||Barnard College (New York City, NY)|
- current high school seniors
- attending school in the US
- self-identify as students of color
registration-based (may change if moved offline)
- Barnard College is a private women’s liberal arts colleges affiliated with Columbia University. One of the best women’s colleges in the country, member of the Seven Sisters, originally created as one of the female counterparts of the Ivy Leagues. Many facilities are shared with Columbia.