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Barnard College

The Columbia University-affiliated college in New York City provides a world-class liberal arts education to future female leaders, innovators, and changemakers.

Providing an Education for Tomorrow

Barnard College

In response to Columbia University's refusal to admit female students, Barnard College was founded in 1889 as the only New York City college available to women. While Columbia eventually became a coeducational university, Barnard continues to persevere as a prestigious women's academic institution. Today, the college is dedicated to empowering and rigorously educating women who often become global leaders. Barnard is deeply committed to the liberal arts, and offers students a wide range of majors, minors, interdisciplinary fields of study, research opportunities, and international travel programs. Through the college's partnership with Columbia University, students from both institutions have access to the intimate education of a small liberal arts school and the resources of a larger research-driven university.

GRoW Support

2024

SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Growing the Arts Internship

2023

SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Growing the Arts Internship

2022

SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Growing the Arts Internship

2021

SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Growing the Arts Internship

2020

Scholarship Fund

GRoWing the Arts Internship

2019

Scholarship Fund

2018

General Operating Support

2017

General Operating Support

Scholarship Fund

2016

Scholarship Fund