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Visiting and Exchange Students

Columbia University welcomes Visiting and Exchange Students from undergraduate institutions across the country and around the world.  Specifically, the Center for Student Advising supports those st

2016 PAC application

Premedical Advisory Committee (PAC) Application

 

Part 1

Biographical Information
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Columbia Course Information
Biology - Chemistry - Physics - Math Calculate your BCPM
I will apply to
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select all years that apply
I will be providing letters of reference from the following individuals
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1st Recommender
2nd Recommender
3rd Recommender
4th Recommender
MCAT Scores
1st Exam
2nd Exam
3rd Exam
DAT Scores
1st Exam
2nd Exam

Part 2

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By submitting this application, I hereby certify that I have personally completed the components of this application and that the information provided is complete and accurate. I understand that the submission of incomplete or inaccurate information or documents or the use of false or misleading language is not acceptable. I also grant permission for the Premedical Advisory Committee to quote portions of my written answers in the writing of my Committee Evaluation.

Tips for First-years!

Top Ten Tips for First-years

  1. Professors are friendly - office hours are a good thing.
  2. No one expects you to figure everything out as soon as you get here.
  3. It’s not a co

Leaves of Absence

If you are interested in taking a leave of absence from Columbia, your first step should be to speak with your Advising Dean in the CSA.

3-2 and 4-1 Programs

3-2 Combined Plan Program

**The Center for Student Advising hosted a Webinar/Q&A-Chat for the Combined Plan Program student

Department Liaisons

Columbia College students who wish to learn more about a particular department or academic program should contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies (DUS) for that department.

CSA Tutoring Service Tutor Application

The CSA Tutoring Service is continually seeking qualified and motivated sophomores, juniors and seniors - as well as Columbia University graduate students - to serve as peer tutors. The position is paid and offers flexible hours based on the tutor's schedule. Tutors must have B+ or better in the course(s) they would like to tutor. Prospective candidates should complete the following application. A personal interview and two references are required. 

Please note that you must have received a grade of B+ or higher in the courses you wish to tutor.
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Tutoring Request Form

You have reached the Tutor Request Form used by CSA Advisers. If you are interested in receiving tutoring, please make an appointment with your adviser.

Although students can request tutoring for any course, the following courses are most likely to be filled:

Registration Policies and Instructions

CC/SEAS Visiting and Exchange Students

 

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2920 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

Call: (212) 854-6378

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