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Additional Resources

As an institution, Columbia University is committed to the principles of equity and excellence.  It actively pursues both, adhering to the belief that equity is the partner of excellence.  Columbia University's goal is a workforce and student body that reflects the diversity and talent of New York City, the larger metropolitan area, and the nation. Multicultural Affairs works with partners across the University to support this commitment. Here you will find highlighed resources supporting students, alumni, academic pursuits, and community connections.

Non-discrimination policies at Columbia University

Academic Resources

Residential Communities

Student Organizations

Health Services

Religious and Spiritual Support and Programs

Community Connections (service and volunteer opportunities)

For Students of Color

For International Students

For Transgender Students

For Graduate Students

For Alumni

 


 

Non-discrimination policies at Columbia University

Academic Resources

Residential Communities – In addition to the Intercultural House through the OMA, Residential Life offers the following special interest communities: (Information about recruitment and house descriptions can be found here)

  • Casa Latin@
  • Manhattan House (Native and indigenous community)
  • Pan-African House
  • Q House (LGBTQA)

Health Services

Religious and Spiritual Support and Programs through the Office of the University Chaplain

Community Connections (service and volunteer opportunities)

  • Double Discovery Center – works with low-income and first generation college bound Manhattan area youth from ages 12-27 to ensure high school graduation, college enrollment and completion and responsible adulthood.
  • Community Impact – serves individuals in need in the communities of Upper Manhattan while providing meaningful volunteering and leadership opportunities for students at Columbia University and Barnard College.

For Graduate Students

For Alumni

For Allies

 

Multicultural Affairs

Visit

510 Alfred Lerner Hall
2920 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

Call: 212-854-0720

Fax: 212-854-9801

Office Hours
Monday–Friday
9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

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