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Glass House Rocks

Glass House Rocks is back and better than ever! Join CCSC, ESC, Barnard and GSSC as we rock Lerner at 8pm EST on Thursday, February 24th, 2022. Check out our Instagram for more event details!

Senior Week Events Subsidized Ticket Request Form

Undergraduate students may qualify for financial assistance from the Senior Week Committee to cover the full cost of Senior Ball tickets. Columbia College and Columbia Engineering undergraduate financial aid recipients with the greatest financial need are encouraged to apply.

If you are a Columbia College or Columbia Engineering student and you would like to apply for a subsidized ticket for the Senior Week Ball, please complete the form below. This form will close on Tuesday, April 19 at 11:59 p.m.


I.A.L. Diamond Award Reception RSVP Form

Join us for the I.A.L. Diamond Reception on Sunday, May 1 at 12:00 p.m. in Lerner Hall, room 555


Student Leader Application

Applications For ASB Student Leader Position are Now Open

ASB: NYC Arts and Culture Student Leader will work under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Student Engagement.  Being an ASB Student Leader is a volunteer based position and open to any undergraduate student in CC or SEAS; all applicants must in good academic and judicial standing.  The Student Leaders will assist and support with the planning, preparation, and execution of the ASB program including selection of events, participant selection, material creation, communication, and execution of the program including orientation, facilitation, debrief discussions, set up and clean up.  In addition, they will assist in strengthening the program and creating a strong and cohesive community among the participants.

Position Appointment: Jan 28, 2019 - April 5, 2019
Time Commitment:
    Pre-planning Approximately 3-5 weekly office hours before the program week for planning.  Hours are fixed but will revolve around and accommodate the Student Leads schedule
    Program Week Approximately 5-10 hours a day during from March 18-22, the Student Leader is made aware of final schedule in advance and is expected to attend the program in its entirety
Compensation: This position is an unpaid volunteer position.  Student Leads get to attend the program and all events/activities free of any associated costs

General Responsibilities:

  • Weekly office hours to prepare and plan details for the ASB program
  • Meet weekly with the Assistant Director of Student Engagement
  • Meet all deadlines for assigned tasks
  • Respond to all related emails within 24-48 hours
  • Support the Assistant Director in the pre-planning and coordination for the program
    • Advertise program to eligible students
    • Recruitment and selection of student participants (application, selection, communication, orientation etc.)
    • Finalize calendar of activities, events, and meals
    • Prepare debriefs, discussions and activities pertaining to different parts of the program
    • Prepare materials and support with administrative logistics
  • Spring Break Week
    • Attend and participate in the ASB taking place from March 18-22
    • Assist with preparation and needs for each program day
    • Assist with discussions, facilitation, coordination, and activities for group
    • Assist with meeting/greeting guests, speakers, partners and collaborators
    • Other duties as Assigned

Required Qualifications:

  • Must be enrolled as a Columbia University undergraduate for the 2018-2019 academic year in CC or SEAS
  • Must be in good academic and judicial standing (semester prior to and during your time as a Student Leader)
  • Must have a cumulative G.P.A of  2.5 (minimum)

How large is the program?

The program includes 30 first-year participants and is coordinated by five upperclassmen. The program adviser is Marnie Whalen Turini, assistant director of Student Engagement.


What sorts of companies will we visit?

We will visit small startups, Fortune 500 companies, incubators/accelerators, and venture capital firms whose industries span various sectors.


What sort of web development will we learn?

We focus on teaching introductory web development skills. Participants will learn the basics of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Github. The month will culminate with students developing their own personal websites.


Name the sophomore newsletter*

Log in to complete the short form below and submit your entry for consideration, then look in upcoming editions of the newsletter to see if your proposal is one of the finalists.

The winning name will be selected by vote of the class and the winning participant will receive a gift basket of Columbia swag.

*Currently known as "Columbia 201."



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Student Engagement


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2920 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

Call: 212-854-3612

Fax: 212-854-6972

Office Hours
9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.