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Get in your application as soon as possible! Depending on when it's processed, there may still be time for you to have your name in the Class Day program. The application form is a pdf that you can send as an attachment to diplomas@columbia.edu or return in-person to Kent Hall.

Deans' Toast - Columbia Engineering

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Join your fellow students in the Columbia Engineering and Columbia College Class of 2016 and celebrate your accomplishments as undergraduate students here at Columbia University.

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Deans' Toast - Columbia College

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Join your fellow students in the Columbia College and Columbia Engineering Class of 2016 and celebrate your accomplishments as undergraduate students here at Columbia University.

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Thursday, May 19, 2016 - 12:00pm

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JADE FAQ

What does a day in the JADE program entail?

In the morning, students receive instruction based on a web development curriculum for beginners. During the day, students will be visiting offices and meeting founders and other employees who will speak to them about the startup world. In the evening, after dinner and discussion, students will be taken on excursions in different parts of the city.

What is the program fee?

The program fee is $100.00 per student and covers food, transportation, and night activities during the week. Our application process is completely need-blind.  We are able to offer financial aid support to students with a demonstated need.

Who can apply to participate in JADE?

All current first-year undergraduate students in BC, CC, and SEAS are eligible to apply for the program.  All majors are encouraged to apply, as we want to focus on students who have had minimal exposure to the startup and tech ecosystem of New York!