Student housingBard College Berlin’s un-moderated students (BA first and second year, and Academy Year) live on campus in gender inclusive residence halls, usually sharing a room, often with a student from a different country. The residence halls are spacious, light-filled buildings, each no more than 5 minutes’ walk from the cafeteria, Factory Arts Building, and all other facilities and buildings on campus. The SPOK fitness center, for which the College has a membership, is also nearby.
Two of the residence halls are renovated traditional Berlin apartment buildings ("Altbau") with a courtyard and garden. Each apartment typically comprises of three double rooms, a hall, its own bathroom facilities and a fitted communal kitchen. Hardwood floors and high ceilings give these rooms a particular charm. Free of charge laundry facilities (washing machines & dryers) are available on the grounds.
The Henry Koerner Hall, is a modern apartment-style building (“Neubau”). Each apartment has its own kitchen, living room, and bathroom facilities. Construction on this building was finished in 2019 and the building includes many energy saving and environmentally friendly features.
The newest residence hall are twin buildings with apartment-style housing, and common learning and recreational areas. 4-5 students share a spacious apartment with their own kitchen, living room and bathroom facilities.
All residence halls rooms are fully equipped to cover basic needs - they include a bed (with or without built-in drawers), a wardrobe, a desk, a chair, a bookshelf, a bed lamp and a desk lamp (per person). Bed linens are also provided. All the residence halls have free wireless internet access. Students are responsible for the cleaning of their own spaces; the College provides cleaning services in the common areas.
Any concerns related to facilities should be reported to the student Residential Assistants or via email to email@example.com.