Graduates of women’s colleges are twice as likely as women at coed institutions to go to medical school or earn doctoral degrees.
Faculty members—never graduate students—teach all Barnard classes.
With 594,000 college students, New York City is the nation’s biggest college town.
Barnard’s 2,360 students come from nearly every state and more than 40 countries.
64 percent of Barnard’s full-time faculty are women, compared to 38 percent nationally.
Students use resources at 25 libraries on the Barnard and Columbia campuses.
Barnard students enjoy 2,500 internship opportunities, from Fortune 500 companies to Broadway theaters.
Discount tickets are available right on campus to many of the city’s 39 Broadway theatres and other attractions.
70 percent of Barnard’s classes have fewer than 19 students.
Barnard athletes compete on 15 NCAA Division I teams through the Columbia/Barnard Athletic Consortium.
Students take classes at both Barnard and Columbia—choosing among more than 3,000 courses in all.
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