Welcome to Student Life Where We:
Student Life Partnership Agreement
Diversity Initiatives • Glicker-Milstein Theatre • Leadership Development • Orientation & Activities
Student Life enhances the educational mission of Barnard College by engaging students outside of the classroom. Our intention is to foster an active community and support students through holistic learning, identity exploration, and leadership development in a dynamic environment.
Student Life holds itself to:
·Provide co-curricular experiences that are vital to a liberal arts education.
·Create spaces for students to explore multiple and intersecting identities.
·Develop leadership and life skills through student employment, programs, retreats, workshops, and committees that are focused on holistic student development.
·Foster relationships and sense of community across campus.
·Support students by advising the Student Leadership Collective, student clubs and organizations, and providing individual student consultations.
·Provide support and referrals to address students’ needs and concerns.
·Welcome feedback, suggestions, and new ideas.
Student Life expects students to:
·Actively participate in programs offered by Student Life, as well as SGA, GBB, McAC, student clubs and organizations, and other campus initiatives.
·Be respectful of people’s identities, experiences, and perspectives.
·Utilize campus resources and seek support from Student Life as student leaders and when planning programs and events.
·Be open to new perspectives and experiences. Challenge one’s self to stretch, learn, and grow.
·Reflect on experiences and bring new ideas and suggestions to Student Life staff. ·Be familiar with and follow Barnard College, Student Life, and Student Government policies and procedures.
What We Do:
*Encourage and provide accessible means for Barnard students to experience New York City.
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This Week in Student Life
Senior portraits for this year's yearbook will be held on March 29th, 30th and 31st in the South Tower of Sulzberger Hall. More information about how to reserve your time slot will be forwarded very soon. Stay tuned and don't miss out.
Emerging Leaders Program
On March 5th Barnard's Emerging Leaders Program will be hosting a little talk about the weirdness/taoo surrounding menstruation as well as what it means to be the leader of a startup nonprofit with speaker Naama Bloom from Hello Flo. The session will be held on the lower level of the Diana in Room 105 from 6:00-8:00pm. So if you are in the mood for warm tea and cookies make sure to stop by and share your most embarassing period story.
The charging station on the third floor of Diana is in the process of repair. Sorry for any inconvenience.