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Columbia College Class Day 2015

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Columbia College Class Day Faculty Invitation

Thank you for your submission. An invitation will be sent to the faculty you nominated.

Step Up!

There is no place for gender-based misconduct at Columbia. The University recognizes its responsibility to increase awareness of such misconduct, take steps to prevent its occurrence, support survivors, diligently investigate reports of misconduct, and deal fairly and firmly with offenders.


Request for Staff or Student Worker Access to Website

Please fill out the form below, and Communications will contact you to set up a training for your GAs and/or student workers.



For more information or questions about hazing prevention, please contact:

Ongoing Education and Outreach

  • Annual Residntial Adviser (RA) training involves a hazing prevention module, which is also connected to bystander intervention work.
  • Club advisers are encouraged to share hazi

Hazing Prevention Efforts

Columbia’s ongoing hazing prevention efforts focus on working in partnership with students to ensure an understanding of the distinction between appropriate initiation, appreciation, and welcoming

Submit Your Photos for Class Day 2014!

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Share your favorite memories! Submit up to three photos from the past four years to be shown in the slide show that will play during Class Day before you process. Let us know if those pictured are CC, SEAS, or both, and don't forget to get permission from others in the photo.


Columbia College Class Day RSVP and Regalia Registration

Please select from the appropriate checkboxes listed below your level of participation in this year's commencement exercises. NOTE: If you plan on participating in both Class Day and Commencement, you must select both boxes.

Class Day is the school-specific ceremony during which individual students are recognized for their achievements. As their names are read, graduates process across the stage, are photographed, and receive their class pin.
University Commencement is the ceremony in which ALL undergraduate and graduate schools of Columbia University participate. No individual students are recognized. Seating is limited, and staff have the option to volunteer as an event host or solely walk in the procession. If you need regalia for the Commencement ceremony only, please visit the Commencement website.
Regalia Information


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