Private women's liberal arts college in the United States
Barnard College was founded in 1889 as a women’s college associated with Columbia University. It remains an all-women’s institution to this day. Barnard graduates receive diplomas signed by the presidents of both Barnard College and Columbia University.
The most popular among Barnard’s many programs are those in the social sciences, in the biological and biomedical sciences, and in English language and literature.
Barnard is associated with three Nobel laureates:
Other distinguished Barnard connected people include the following:
Barnard is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).
According to Wikipedia,
Barnard College of Columbia University is a private women's liberal arts college in New York City. It was founded in 1889 by Annie Nathan Meyer as a response to Columbia University's refusal to admit women and is named after Columbia's 10th president, Frederick Barnard.
|Annual Applications||Acceptance||Graduation Rate||Median SAT Score||Median ACT Score|
|Tuition (in-state)||Fees (in-state)|
|Income||Average Net Cost|
|0 - 30K||$12,377|
|30K - 48K||$9,884|
|48K - 75K||$16,751|
|75K - 110K||$17,830|
If you graduate from Barnard College, then you can expect to earn an average of $69,700 per year. You also have a 88% chance of being employed after 10 years.
Demographic data is for full-time, on-campus students.
Barnard College is located at 3009 Broadway, New York NY 10027-6598
Barnard College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:
Barnard College's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Anthropology, Communications, and Literature. Here are some of Barnard College's most famous alumni:
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