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Every aspect of this unique environment is, and always will be, deed and implemented to serve women, and to prepare our graduates to flourish and make a difference in the world. This mission is powerful, and remains vital today, perhaps more so than ever. This admissions policy does not affect students who transition during their time at Barnard. Once admitted, every student will receive the individualized support that is an essential part of the Barnard experience. Barnard accepts applications from individuals who consistently live and identify as women and who seek an outstanding liberal arts education in a unique environment deed and implemented to serve women.
The applicant must identify herself as a woman and her application materials must support this self-identification.
If the applicant is concerned about discrepancies in her application materials, she can speak with an admissions counselor or address any concerns in the essay or personal statement. Barnard accepts applications from those who consistently live and identify as women.
Applicants ased female at birth who now identify as male are not eligible for admission. To be considered for admission, application materials should support this self-identification. They remain eligible to earn a Barnard degree.
Frequently Asked Questions. Who is eligible for admission to Barnard? What does it mean to consistently live and identify as a woman? Are trans women eligible for admission? Are trans men eligible for admission?
Are individuals who identify as non-binary or gender non-conforming eligible for admission? What about Barnard students who transition to male before they complete their degree?College boy for woman
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