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121 East 22nd Street
Gramercy Park, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$5,200
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235 East 40th Street
Murray Hill, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$4,600
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By Nicole Sobol, Last hour
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700 Sqft
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95 Wall Street, Apt 1017
Financial District, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$4,116
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By 95 Wall, 1 hour ago
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475 Sqft
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94 Third Avenue, Apt 4F
Greenwich Village, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$5,725
By Massimo A. Astrologo, 1 hour ago
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808 Columbus Avenue, Apt 18L
Manhattan Valley, Upper West Side, Upper Manhattan, Manhattan
$5,065
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By Columbus Square, 1 hour ago
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600 Sqft
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222 East 85th Street, Apt 3R
Yorkville, Upper East Side, Upper Manhattan, Manhattan
$4,200
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808 Columbus Avenue, Apt 14J
Manhattan Valley, Upper West Side, Upper Manhattan, Manhattan
$4,540
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By Columbus Square, 2 hours ago
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424 Sqft
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441 E 20th St, Apt 02B
Stuyvesant Town - Peter Cooper Village, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$6,652
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By Peter Cooper Leasing Team, 1 hour ago
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653 9 Avenue, Apt 2N
Hell's Kitchen, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$7,295
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By Jennifer Niederhauser, 5 hours ago
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647 E 14th St, Apt 05D
Stuyvesant Town - Peter Cooper Village, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$4,610
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By Stuytown Leasing Team, 1 hour ago
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95 Wall Street, Apt 813
Financial District, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$4,223
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By 95 Wall, 3 hours ago
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653 9th Avenue
Hell's Kitchen, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$7,495
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10 Hanover Square, Apt 22V
Financial District, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$4,329
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By 10 Hanover Square, 1 hour ago
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10 Hanover Square, Apt 18I
Financial District, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$5,421
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By 10 Hanover Square, 1 hour ago
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235 West 63 Street
Lincoln Square, Upper West Side, Upper Manhattan, Manhattan
$3,100
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By June, 1 hour ago
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54 Sqft
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First Avenue
Turtle Bay, Midtown East, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$7,800
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By Nicole Sobol, Last hour
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First Avenue
Sutton Place, Midtown East, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$7,700
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First Avenue
Sutton Place, Midtown East, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$7,900
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1,120 Sqft
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First Avenue
Sutton Place, Midtown East, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$7,700
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First Avenue
Turtle Bay, Midtown East, Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$4,900
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By Nicole Sobol, Last hour
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Barnard College Campus
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Barnard College

About Barnard College

Barnard College is a private women’s liberal arts college that is one of four undergraduate colleges of Columbia University. It is one of the “Seven Sisters” schools, a group of seven selective women’s colleges in the Northeastern United States. Barnard is located in Morningside Heights, Manhattan, on Broadway between 116th and 120th Streets, just across from Columbia University.

Barnard was founded in 1889 in order to provide women a rigorous education comparable to that available to men at Columbia University. Frederick A.P. Barnard, 10th President of the all-male Columbia College (as it was then known), had pushed for the inclusion of women during the last decade of his tenure, from 1879-1889. The Board of Trustees of Columbia didn’t approve the suggestion, though they created a pathway for women to earn a certificate by following a syllabus and taking examinations without attending classes at Columbia. Annie Nathan Mayer, a student of this program, joined with other women to finally successfully petition the Board to create a college for women, which was named for Frederick A.P. Barnard. The college’s first home was a brownstone on Madison Avenue between 44th and 45th Streets. Interestingly, when Columbia University became co-educational in 1983 Barnard fought to maintain its unique relationship: independent and autonomous, but the resources of Columbia University.


Student data

Today, there are 2,744 students at Barnard College; 40% of the student body identify as people of color, and 16% are the first generation in their family to attend college. Barnard offers a number of access and support programs for students of color, students from low-income households, and undocumented students. Barnard admission is very competitive: only about 14% of applicants are accepted. Tuition is $60,087 per year. Domestic undergraduate admission is need-blind, meaning that a student’s ability to pay is not considered during the application process. Barnard has pledged to meet all students’ financial needs through loans, grants, and work study. The school offers no merit scholarships.

Barnard students all participate in the college’s Foundations curriculum, which includes two “intensive seminar” courses during the first year, a study of Modes of Thinking, and a senior thesis project. Students can choose from over 50 majors, and a wide array of minors. Barnard students can join organizations at both Barnard and Columbia, and student-athletes compete with Columbia University students in NCAA Division I.


Notable alumni

Barnard has over 36,000 alumnae, from anthropologist Margaret Mead (class of 1923), to pioneering hematologist Helen Ranney (class of 1941), to writer Ntozake Shange (class of 1970), to novelist Edwidge Danticat (class of 1990), to actress and filmmaker Greta Gerwig (class of 2006).


Where are the academic buildings?

Barnard College has 12 buildings spanning four blocks between West 116th Street and West 120th Street along the west side of Broadway.


Where are the residence halls?

Barnard College has 11 residence halls, seven of which are suite-style dorms dedicated to upperclass students, including Cathedral Gardens, Plimpton Hall, 600 West 116th Street, 612 West 116th Street, 620 West 116th Street, 601 West 110th Street, and 537 West 121st Street. Four of the residence halls are corridor-style and are open to first-year students and upperclass alike, including Brooks Hall, Reid Hall, Sulzberger Hall, and Hewitt Hall.


Where do students live other than dorms?

Students at Barnard College are not required to live in campus housing, and since the college is located in the heart of New York City, many students choose to rent on their own. If walking to school sounds appealing to you, consider renting an apartment in West Harlem. Central Harlem is another good option and you’ll be only a few blocks away from Central Park. If being close to the subway is one of your top priorities, check out RentHop's subway rent map and see which subway stops along the 1, A, B, and C trains are the cheapest to rent.


Where do alumni live if they stay in the city?

Barnard College has over 36,000 alumnae around the world, and top industries for graduating seniors include Education, Financial Services, Healthcare, Biotech, and Life Sciences, Law, Government and Politics, and Tech. Many alumnae continue to live in New York City, and they are spread throughout all five boroughs.


Resources for people moving to or in the city

For people first moving into New York City, check out the RentHop Renters Guide. The guide explains everything you need to know about renting in the Big Apple, from finding your ideal apartment to signing the lease and completing the rental process.

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