Now at Bard LLI
October 11 – 13, Eleanor Roosevelt “Small Places” Commemoration sponsored by town of Tivoli. This was an Off-Friday Around Bard visit, where archivist Helene Tieger showed Eleanor Roosevelt mementos. Mrs. Roosevelt spoke at a graduation, received an honorary degree, and spoke out about Joe McCarthy, all at Bard.
September 13, 20, 27 & October 4, 18, 25 & November 8: Fall 2019 Class Dates.
November 1: no LLI classes.
Need tech help as an LLI member? Email email@example.com with your questions (including getting an LLL.bard.edu email address). Please do NOT contact the Bard help desk, which is only for Bard students and faculty.
Bard’s Stevenson Library is open and available to all LLI members. Members can register with their Bard ID card at the Reference Desk on the main floor of the Stevenson Library and renew their registration each academic year. A PDF brochure listing Stevenson’s hours, policies and contact information is here.
Disability parking on Henderson Circle for only for LLI members with disability access tags prominently displayed.
Link to campus maps showing designated parking lots at Bard.
News + Notes
LLI received wonderful thank-you letters from students in the NYC Bard High School Early College Program (BHSEC). Every year, LLI provides financial help for expenses incurred during summer internships.
The Bard Early Colleges are founded on the belief that many high-school-age students are eager and ready for the intellectual challenges of a college education.
If you are new to LLI, you may have had the pleasure of meeting Nanci Kryzak on one of the summer campus tours. As co-chair of the Member Services Subcommittee, she oversees LLI parking on campus and prepares for the orientation of new members to LLI and their introduction to the many opportunities to explore the wider Bard community.
This year, citizens of New York State have a new opportunity to cast their vote prior to the official Election Day. For two preceding weekends and a full week in between, voters can visit any one of a number of designated early voting locations in their county,
In case of emergency on campus
Should there be a serious emergency – medical, fire, etc. – call TWO numbers in the order below.
First call: 9-1-1
For Dutchess County Emergency Services. It is available 24/7.
Second call: (845) 758-7777 or from emergency call boxes: 7777
For Bard College Emergency Medical Services (a trained campus emergency response team).
Bard EMS is always to be called second. While the service provides the fastest response, it follows the college academic schedule and is therefore not always available.
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