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Event Proposal Form

Event Proposal Form 

Any event held in the Black Box Theatre requires an event proposal form to be completed and submitted at least four weeks before the first day of your requested reservation date. If your event takes place within the first four weeks of any semester, the proposal is due by the first Friday of classes in that semester.

Group Information
Please add the date range of your entire reservation (MM/DD/YY-MM/DD/YY)
Main point of contact for event
(XXX)XXX-XXXX
Please provide a summary of your event and any other information that would be useful for planning
Event Contact Information
Please share the contact information for all relevant positions (or their equivalent) below: First and Last Name, Email and Phone Number are required. If a position(s) is not included below, please write it under "Other".
Event Timeline
Please fill out all relevant sections. If you have multiple days for sections please write each date and time. If a section does not apply to your event please type NA.
Date (MM/DD/YY), Start Time and End Time (00:00 AM/PM -00:00 AM/PM)
Add the Date (MM/DD/YY), Start Time and End Time (HH:MM AM/PM - HH:MM AM/PM) for each Tech Date.
Add the Date (MM/DD/YY), Start Time and End Time (HH:MM AM/PM -HH:MM AM/PM) for each Rehearsal Date.
Add the Date (MM/DD/YY), Start Time and End Time (HH:MM AM/PM -HH:MM AM/PM) for each Performance Date.
Add the Date (MM/DD/YY), Start Time and End Time (HH:MM AM/PM -HH:MM AM/PM) for strike.
Add the Date (MM/DD/YY), Start Time and End Time (HH:MM AM/PM -HH:MM AM/PM) for load-out.
Additional Support
Please pick all areas that you would like to request from UEM or the Black Box Theatre. Further details will be discussed during the Event Review. All items marked with an * indicate a possible charge associated with that service.
Terms of Agreement
Show Producer, Organization E-Board Member, or Main Point of Contact must agree to following terms on behalf of the group: By checking "I agree" you indicate that you have read the Austin E. Quigley Black Box Theater Policy and Procedure Guidelines and that you intend to hold your cast/creative team/group accountable to work within the necessary parameters. Failure to comply or meet the terms of agreement, policy, and/or procedures can result in the group becoming ineligible to book future space in the Black Box Theater and/or be charged a fee.
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2017 Application for Pre-orientation Programs

During the week prior to the New Student Orientation Program, first-year Columbia College and Columbia Engineering students may apply to participate in one of our three pre-orientation programs:

  • Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program (COÖP - pronounced "coh-op")
  • Columbia Urban Experience (CUE)
  • International Student Orientation Program (ISOP)

All programs are amazing opportunities to meet other first-year students and share in a common experience.

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2017 Application for International Student Orientation Program

Columbia College and Columbia Engineering students may apply to the international Student Orientation Program. Please note that applicants who apply after the priority deadline (May 17, 2017) are not eligible for financial aid.

Personal Information
Gender Identity refers to the labels that we use to describe ourselves. Some examples include woman, man, nonbinary, transgender man, cisgender woman, genderqueer, etc.
Pronouns refer to how a person wants to be referred to in the third person. Examples of pronouns include they/them/theirs, he/him/his, she/her/hers, ze/hir/hirs, and others.
C
You'll find your 10-digit Personal ID number (begins "C00") in your electronic admit letter or the decision response instructions in your admit packet. When entering this information , please provide only the nine digits following the "C."
Your UNI (University Network ID) is the log-in name and password used to access many online services at Barnard/Columbia. It is also the first part of your official Barnard/Columbia email address.
International Student Orientation Program (ISOP): August 24-27

International Student Orientation Program (ISOP): August 24–27

The International Student Orientation Program is designed to prepare international students who have limited experience in the U.S. to transition into the U.S. culture, both inside and outside of the classroom, before the week-long New Student Orientation Program begins. ISOP combines informational events, exciting city outings, and tight-knit mentoring. It also gives students the opportunity to fully explore and understand their new home while taking care of basic necessities for a comfortable undergraduate experience. The total cost of the program is $300.00. If you are exploring whether ISOP is the right choice for you, please refer to this document: “Is ISOP right for me?”

Were you here on vacation? For school? Did you travel alone?
Very comfortableSomewhat comfortableNeither comfortable nor uncomfortableUncomfortableVery uncomfortable
Making new friends who share similar background(s) *
Making new friends who share different background(s) *
Moving to begin a life in a new country *
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SEAS Dean Travel Fund Debrief Form

All funding recipients are required to complete a debrief form detailing outcomes and intentions for impact on campus.

Applicant Information
Student Group Information
To qualify, groups must be recognized by one of the University's governing boards: Activities Board at Columbia (ABC), Interschool Governing Board (IGB), Student Governing Board (SGB), Community Impact, InterGreek Council (IGC), Club Sports Governing Board (CSGB), or the Governing Board at Barnard (GBB).
Event Information
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Summary Statements
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SEAS Dean Travel Fund

The dean of The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) has provided opportunities for supplemental support to undergraduate engineering students to help support their co-curricular activities. The SEAS Dean Travel Fund has two tracks of funding for SEAS students who are in good academic and judicial standing, the Engineering Students Service Learning Travel Support Fund and the Engineering Groups Conference, Networking, and Competition Fund.

Applicant Information
Student Group Information
To qualify, groups must be recognized by one of the University's governing boards: Activities Board at Columbia (ABC), Interschool Governing Board (IGB), Student Governing Board (SGB), Community Impact, InterGreek Council (IGC), Club Sports Governing Board (CSGB), or the Governing Board at Barnard (GBB).
Event Information
Attendee Information
Attendee Information 2
Attendee Information 3
Attendee Information 4
Supporting Statements
Funding and Documentation
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Authorization

By clicking "Submit" I acknowledge that I am a currently enrolled undergraduate student in The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. I agree that my academic and disciplinary status may be verified by the Berick Center for Student Advising and the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards. I understand that submitting this application takes the place of my legal signature, and I affirm that all the information contained herein is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge.

If awarded a fund, I agree to complete a SEAS Dean Travel Fund debrief form.

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FirstGen Graduation

Tuesday, May 16, 2017
7 P.M. - 9 P.M.

(preferred name)
(preferred name)
These can include OMA Graduation Cords, King's Crown awards, academic departmental honors, organization awards, and being selected as a senior marshal. Since some of these awards may not be known when you register, we recommend you log-in so that you are able to modify your submission at a later date.
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Clone of Raza Graduation 2017: Registration

Tuesday, May 16, 2017
7 P.M. - 9 P.M.

(preferred name)
(preferred name)
These can include OMA Graduation Cords, King's Crown awards, academic departmental honors, organization awards, and being selected as a senior marshal. Since some of these awards may not be known when you register, we recommend you log-in so that you are able to modify your submission at a later date.
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