Resources for First-Year and Sophomore Students
- Barnard First-Year Blog
Run by the First-Year Class Dean.
- Barnard Sophomore Blog
Run by the Sophomore Class Dean.
Resources for Writing
- Writing Fellow Program and The Erica Jong '63 Writing Center
The Writing Fellows are specially trained peer tutors who work with writers in all disciplines.
Resources for Speaking
- The Speaking Fellows Program
The Speaking Fellows are specially trained Barnard students who work with speaking-intensive courses and other academically centered programs, helping students improve their presentation and class discussion skills.
The Personal Librarian program gives library users a personalized and direct link to the Barnard library. Academic departments and students are matched with a librarian who serves as their main point of contact for the library - a go-to person for all things library-related. Each librarian is assigned to one of the floors of the Quad where first year students are housed.
- Vani Natarajan
Personal Librarian for the English Department
- Madiha Zahrah Choksi
Digital Scholarship Librarian
- Jenna Freedman
- Martha Tenney
Archivist, Barnard Archives
Barnard FLIP Library
Created in collaboration with the Columbia First-Generation Low-Income Partnership (FLIP) and the Barnard Library, the Barnard FLIP Library is a collection on the fourth floor of the Barnard Library that seeks to provide textbooks and other course materials for low-income and/or first-generation students. It was inspired by Columbia’s FLIP Library, which is housed on the 4th floor of Butler Library.