Bard Student Resource Group provides free transportation for students with off-campus health needs. We recently expanded so that we can provide transportation for all types of health appointments.
Emergency Driving is our 24/7 department that provides transportation for students in case of emergencies. Emergencies can constitute anything from spraining your ankle, to having a high fever – as long as there’s no need for an ambulance, but still an urgency. Emergency Driving can only be used if determined by Bard EMS, Health Services, or Athletics. Those services/departments will call Security in times of medical emergency.
Gilson Place is a space created and run by students of color at Bard College with the oversight of student leaders, and supported by administration, staff, and faculty. Under the leadership of the Gilson Place Steering Committee and in collaboration with the many racialized affinity groups on campus, Gilson Place will serve to provide students coming from marginalized racial backgrounds a safe space to program, congregate, learn, and simply be.
Night Rides is exactly what is sounds like. Well, not exactly. Have to lug a camera across campus? Twisted your ankle playing Rugby? Call Night Rides! We’ll come and pick you up and take you where you need to go on campus, free of charge.
Sawkill is a student run on campus cafe serving coffee, espresso based drinks and tea. Much student time and student money went into making this dream a reality. Come on by!
TART helps stranded Bard students in the nearby communities of Tivoli and Red Hook. The service picks up Bard students from these areas and brings them safely back to campus, free of charge.
TART also offers late night transportation for students residing in the Village of Tivoli and the Town of Red Hook, bringing off-campus residents safely back to their homes after the shuttle has stopped running.