The Barnard–Columbia Urban Studies program enables students to explore and understand the urban experience in all of its richness and complexity.
Peer Adviser Post: How to Plow Through the Never-Ending Midterm Season
by Dylan Cooper, CC '18
I remember reading the syllabus in my General Chemistry class during my first year. I remember that awkward moment when I asked the student sitting next to me if our professor had made a mistake in scheduling the midterms, which spanned from the third week of classes till the day before reading week.
He hadn't, and soon after I discovered an old Columbia adage:
There's nothing middle about midterms.
Peer Adviser Post: Columbia College Drop Deadline
by Nina Mandracchia, CC '18
Now that the CC drop deadline is coming up (October 11) there are a couple of important things to remember before you drop a class.
Geological Excursion to Death Valley, California, March 11-18, 2017
This is a spring break opportunity for first- and second-year undergraduates! Email applications no later than Friday, November 11, 2016 to: Professor Nicholas Christie-Blick.
"The best class you can take at Columbia." – Cleo Chou, CC'10, Ph.D. student at Princeton
In Spring 2017, a class of 22 students will have the opportunity to take both Art Humanities and Music Humanities in the same semester as part of an initiative to enhance connections between the classes. The instructors of both classes will be present at every class meeting; together, they will accompany the class to all the required musical performances and museum visits. Students and instructors will have a shared experience of Art and Music Humanities.