Bard Hall, located at 410 West 58th Street, provides housing for BGC students, faculty, and visiting scholars. Nine residential floors offer a variety of furnished studios and one- and two-bedroom suites with kitchens and baths for students; as well as one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments for faculty and guest scholars. The building is equipped with 24-hour security, a double-height lounge that opens onto a landscaped outdoor space, an exercise room, conference and study rooms, and laundry facilities. Apartments are equipped for phone, cable TV, and Internet connections.
Student apartments are furnished and, depending on size and design, contain a daybed/sofa, small dining table and chairs, desk, bookcase, twin or full-size bed, and chest of drawers. Residents must be enrolled for a minimum of nine credits each semester in order to remain eligible for housing. The costs of the units for an 12-month term are as follows:
Studio unit: $16,220
One-bedroom unit: $19,440
Two-bedroom unit: $16,060 (per student)
Costs are accurate as of press time and are subject to change.
Students are billed for housing in the fall and spring semesters of
each academic year, to coincide with tuition billing. All apartments
are assigned by lottery. Applications are mailed in early April and
must be returned by the deadline indicated, accompanied by a $100
nonrefundable application fee. Students are required to pay a $500 damage deposit upon contract; the damage deposit will be returned upon departure and after satisfactory inspection of the apartment.
The Bard Hall handbook, available from the Academic Programs Office, outlines policies and guidelines for residency. Bard Hall is a nonsmoking residence, and, for general health reasons, student residents are not permitted to keep pets.
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