The Summer Ecosystem Experiences for Undergraduates (SEE-U) program provides undergraduate students of all majors with a global understanding of ecology and environmental sustainability. The SEE-U program gives you the opportunity to participate in a combination of lectures and labs, while conducting environmental fieldwork in unique natural settings around the world.
For those who would like to begin to explore summer study abroad options, we invite you to attend this information session to learn more about Columbia's Summer French Studies in Paris at Reid Hall program
Summer French Studies in Paris at Reid Hall Information Session
Wednesday, December 16
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
328 Milbank Hall
Join us for Stressbusters in Butler on Tuesday, December 15 from 6:00-10:00 p.m. in Butler 203.
This is the biggest event held every semester by Stressbusters! You can pop in and grab some stress relief swag, learn stress coping strategies, or stick around for a FREE neck and back rub and other fun positive coping activities!
The CSA peer advisers put together a list of their top tips for a fun and relaxing winter break..
Dylan Cooper, CC '18: You have worked so hard and you deserve a breath of fresh air. While recharging your batteries for next semester, keep in mind that Winter Break is the perfect time to begin thinking about summer possibilities and getting your future class schedules in line.
Join Columbia's very own Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)!
What does SHAC do?
- Enhance communication between students and Columbia Health.
- Establish an active link to the student community for Columbia Health information and activities
- Inform health-related programs and services for students
Home for the Holidays: Navigating Identity & Mobility: College is a time we see tremendous growth in how we understand our various identities and potential for upward mobility.
Please join us in celebrating student work created in undergraduate studio classes this semester.
Friday, December 11
Prentis Hall, 632 West 125th Street (West of Broadway)