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Rate Your Orientation Leader!

Is your Orientation Leader (OL) fantastic? Not so great? Let the NSOP Committee and Staff know!

Our goal is to make NSOP the best it can possibly be for new students, and each year is better than the one before because of the feedback we get from students like you! Your opinion can be kept completely anonymous if you like; just fill out and submit this form. Thanks!

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How would you rate your OL's ability to answer new students' questions?
How would you rate your OL's communication with you about NSOP events?
How would you rate your OL's overall performance?
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Steps Students Can Take

If you witness or become aware of a discrimination or bias-related incident, you should take the followi

Student Travel Form

Congratulations on your upcoming trip!

All students who travel outside New York City on Columbia-Supported Travel (even day trips) are required to register their trip with the University. This provides vital information in the case of an emergency during your trip.

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Fees & Aid

In 2015, the total cost of participating in COÖP was $400. Pricing for 2016 will be available later in the year.

ASB NYC Performing Arts 2016 Evaluation

Thank you all for your participation in the Alternative Spring Break: NYC Performing Arts.  Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey as it will greatly help us in further developing this program.

 

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1. Orientation (Lerner Black Box, prior to Spring Break)
2. Opening Dinner (Toast)
3. Old Hats (Signature Theater)
4. Group Discussion #1 (Saturday morning, Glicker Milstein Theater)
5. Disaster! (Nederlander Theater)
6. Disaster! Talkback (Nederlander Theater)
7. Songwriter's Orchestra (Le Poisson Rouge)
8. Alumni Panel and Brunch (Glicker Milstein Theater)
9. Stephen Petronio Company (Joyce Theater)
10. Stephen Petronio Company Talkback (Joyce Theater)
11. Yo MIss! (La Mama)
12. Group Discussion #2 (Monday morning, Glicker Milstein Theater)
13. Discussion with Josh Radnor (Glicker Milstein Theater)
14. Brian Brooks Moving Company Rehearsal (890 Broadway)
15. Assembly Theater Rehearsal (Lerner Black Box Theater)
16. Sacred Valley play reading (New York Stage and Film at Glicker Milstein Theater)
17. Workshop with Assembly Theater (Lerner Black Box Theater)
18. Streb Company Rehearsal (SLAM Space)
19. Plastic (Museum of Modern Art)
20. Pericles (Theatre for a New Audience)
21. Delicious Movement Workshop with Eiko (Danspace Project)
22. Eiko Solo Performance: A Body in Place (Danspace Project)
23. Caenis (Pace Gallery)
24. Closing Discussion and Dessert (Glicker Milstein Theater)
25. ASB Binder of Information
ASB NYC: Performing Arts --Outcomes
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1. After participating in the ASB program, I am confident that I can name new artists, venues, and methods of performance (ones I was not aware of prior to the ASB)
2. I will continue to explore the venues visited during the ASB as well as seek out new ones
3. From the observations of artists and work I made while on the ASB Program, I have developed (and will continue to develop) new tools/skills useful to me in my work (on campus and beyond)
4. I developed close relationships with some of my fellow ASB students
5. I intend to pursue and develop/deepen relationships with my ASB colleagues.
6. After participating in the ASB program, I am confident that I have a much deeper sense of how artists make work
7. After participating in the ASB program, I am confident that I can express more clearly the value the performing arts has in its ability to illumniate the human experience
8. After participating in the ASB program, I am confident that I can list several positive effects that come from being a part of a communal experience (ie. audience)
9. The ASB Program increased my knowledge of career choices within the performing arts
For numbers 1, 2, 3 & 5, please use the space below to expand on your answers
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1. The number of performances we saw was:
2. The number of Workshops/Panels/Talk Backs in which we participated was:
3. The number of discussions we had was:
Outreach
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OMA Graduation Cord Honorees

Presented by the Columbia Office of Multicultural Affairs, the OMA Graduation Cords are given to graduating seniors in Columbia College, the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science,

2014 OMA Graduation Cord Honorees

Presented by the Columbia Office of Multicultural Affairs, the OMA Graduation Cords are given to graduating seniors in Columbia College, the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science,

CMI Spring 2015 Mentor Training

Thank you for deciding to participate in the Columbia Mentoring Initative (CMI).  Please submit this form no later than Thursday, April 23, 2015 by 5pm to confirm your program participation and attendance at the Mandatory Mentor Training scheduled for Friday, April 24, 2015 from 3:00-5:00pm in Lerner Hall Satow Room. 

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PARTICIPATION
Note: All new and returning mentors are required to attend training in order to participate in the program.
Note: All new and returning mentors are required to attend training in order to participate in the program.

Participation Contract

Program participants are expected to work collaboratively and respectfully with each other throughout the duration of CMI. Participants must continually demonstrate respect, dignity, and courtesy at all times. Columbia University values diversity of thought and background, seeks to create a better world for all, and strives to be welcoming and inclusive of everyone with consideration and respect for others, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, ability or religion.

Participants are expected to maintain professional and appropriate relationships during the program. A romantic and/or sexual relationship between a mentor/mentee pair is inappropriate and inconsistent with the nature of CMI. Such relationships/activities are grounds for immediate removal from CMI.

As a participant in CMI, you are committed to meeting the following expectations:

 Connect with mentor/mentee a minimum of one (1) hour per week
 Attend mandatory CMI programs
 Attend family tree activities
 Complete program evaluations (i.e. surveys, mid-semester evaluation, video testimonial, etc.)

Failure to notify family tree chairs of absences to mandatory events will be cause for removal from the program. All program participants must be enrolled in classes during the 2015-2016 academic year.

I have read and understand the expectations outlined and I will do my best to contribute to the effectiveness of the Columbia Mentoring Initiative (CMI). It is my responsibility to sustain contact with my mentor/mentee. I will participate in activities, programs and workshops as they relate to this program to the best of my ability. I will refrain from behavior that endangers the safety and well-being of my mentor/mentee, and adhere to the nondiscrimination policy outlined by the program. If I am unable or unwilling to adhere to the policy therein, I understand that I will be asked to leave the program. I will uphold and fulfill the mission of CMI, and abide by the expectations of me held by the programs sponsoring office.

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