Bard College at Simon's Rock Profile

Bard College at Simon's Rock (commonly known as Simon's Rock College) is a leading four-year liberal arts college located in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, United States. It was founded by Elizabeth Blodgett Hall in 1966, and in 1979 it became part of Bard College (established in 1860).

Bard College at Simon's Rock is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). The College's curriculum is organized into four academic divisions as well as interdivisional studies: Division of the Arts; Division of Languages and Literature; Division of Science, Mathematics and Computing; Division of Social Studies.

It offers a wide range of concentrations including African-American Studies; American Studies; Art History; Asian Studies; Biology; Ceramics, Sculpture, and 3-D Design; Chemistry; Computer Science; Contemporary Critical Theory; Creative Writing; Cross-Cultural Relations; Cultural Studies; Dance; Documentary Studies; Drawing, Painting, and Printmaking; Ecology; Electronic Media and the Arts; Environmental Studies; European Studies; French and Francophone Studies; Gender Studies; Geography, Regional Studies, and Globalization Theory; German Studies; Historical Studies; Linguistics; Literary Studies; Mathematics; Modern Studies; Music; Philosophical Studies; Photography; Physics; Political Studies; Pre-Engineering; Pre-Medical Studies; Psychology; Quantitative Studies; Russian Studies; Science Foundations; Social Action/Social Change; Spanish and Latin American Studies; Theater.

Ranking Profile:

- Bard College at Simon's Rock is rated 15th in Tier 1 in the category "Regional Colleges (North)" by US News & World Report 2012.

- In its annual review of colleges, The Princeton Review named Bard College at Simon's Rock as one of the country's best colleges. The Review includes student interviews and a survey portion.

* Next: Simmons College Ranking Profile