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COLUMBIA 101: Alumni Volunteer Interest Form

COLUMBIA 101 welcomes incoming students and families into the Columbia community and offers information about academics, life on campus, and networking before the New Student Orientation Program in August. As a Columbia College (CC) or Columbia Engineering (SEAS) alumnus, we would love to have you attend to welcome the class of 2018.

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* ARC: The Alumni Representative Committee

ARC members are graduates of Columbia College and Columbia Engineering who support the Office of Undergraduate Admissions by interviewing applicants, representing Columbia at local college fairs and hosting regional programs for admitted students, so that as many students as possible have the opportunity to learn about the unique Columbia experience firsthand.

If you are interested in learning more about ARC, we invite you to join us in select cities at the information session concurrent with COLUMBIA 101.

Please visit the ARC website and learn more about the ARC Interview Process.

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Save the Date

We look forward to welcoming you to Columbia for the next COFHE Schools Academic and Student Services conference, Nov

Cast Your Vote for the Class Day Awards!

Each year, members of the graduating class are invited to choose the recipients of select awards that are presented at the Class Day ceremonies.

Newsletters

Miss an edition of the GradZone newsletter? Catch up with our archive below.

Senior Year Checklist

Congratulations, Class of 2016! Use this checklist to confirm that you are on track to graduate in May.

Life After Graduation

Upon graduation, you will join a global community of nearly 300,000 alumni. As you prepare for this stage in your Columbia experience, you will have numerous opportunities to stay connected to Colu

Celebratory Events

Many events will take place in the final months of a student's undergraduate or graduate career at Columbia. Some are for all graduates, and others are for subsets of graduates.

Workshops & Seminars

The following workshops and seminars, known as CU: Connections, are the product of collaboration between multiple Columbia University offices and aim to provide inv

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