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May Grads: Apply for your degree by December 1

If you couldn't make it to the "Apply for the Degree" event, you'll need to fill out and send your application to diplomas@columbia.edu by Friday, December 1.

Mark your calendars for "Apply for the Degree" — the event!

Join the senior class councils and advising deans from the Berick Center for Student Advising in Low Library Rotunda for "Apply for the Degree." Your application will be prepared for you — all you'll need to do is review, make any changes and sign! This is also a chance to ask questions about graduation, connect with vendors (class rings!) and pick up giveaways and Insomnia Cookies.

Order your class ring Oct. 3-5!

Tuesday, October 3 through Thursday, October 5, in the bookstore from 12:00-6:00 p.m., class ring representatives from Balfour will be taking orders. For more information, give them a call at 1-877-225-3687 or visit Balfor's website.

How do I register my side trip?

Prior to Departure

Any travel information (including air/ground transportation and accommodations) on-hand prior to departure for pre-planned side trips should be included in the School Sponsorship application.

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Get Your Columbia University Legacy Blazer

Columbia University has created its first Legacy Blazer in collaboration with New York-based bespoke designer Adé Lang.

Register for the Largest Young Alumni Event of the Year!

On June 2, more than 1,500 graduates from the last 10 classes will reconnect and celebrate at Guastavino's. This stunning New York City landmark is known for its sophisticated atmosphere and delicious food. Last year's party sold out, so register now!

Get Tickets to Your Guests BEFORE University Commencement

Guests must have tickets to access campus on the day of University Commencement. Guests will sit on lower campus and graduates will enter on upper campus. Since there will not be a way to move between the two areas on the day of the event, be sure to give your guests their tickets in advance. You can print them out and distribute them the day before or you can send them by email. (Make sure that each ticket printed is unique! Barcodes will only work they first time they are scanned.)

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