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Leadership Workshop RSVP: "Your Club's Culture"

A club’s culture can impact everything from how meetings are run, to the kinds of traditions you embrace. Find out how you can influence the culture of your organization to see positive changes, regardless of your level of responsibility!

November 7th at 5:00pm, Lerner 403

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Pre-Calendaring Additional Information Form (Fall 2018)

Undergraduate Student Life advisors request that groups complete the Pre-Calendaring Additional Information Form in order to better assist advisors with negotiating space reservations for student group events taking place during Fall 2018. Remember, your Pre-Calendaring submission in Virtual EMS must be submitted BEFORE you complete the Pre-Calendaring Additional Information Form.  Please review information about pre-calendaring on the UEM website.

Group Information
Event #1
Group Contact Information
Advisors will be meeting on Tuesday, April 24, Thursday, April 26 and Friday, April 27 from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Please provide a day of contact for your advisor in case any questions arise during the meetings.
Note: Performances require at least one technical rehearsal.
Describe your audience (CUID, non-CUID, other colleges, etc.) and teh expected number of attendees.
Briefly share information about what this event entails, the purpose it serves and why it is significant to your group. Explain how many years this event has occurred and what success/popularity it has in the Columbia University community.
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Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
1-Very Important2-Important3-Somewhat Important4-Flexible
Exact Date Requested
Day of the Week Requested
Time Requested
Location Requested
Review each category of your event including the exact date requested, the day of the week requested, the time requested and the location requested. Select the level of importance for each category ranking them from “1-Very Important” to “4-Flexible.” Note: Each category must be ranked differently so that only one category will be selected as “1-Very Important”. The more difference you indicate between categories the more likely you are to get your greatest need met. For example, if a particular space is more important than a particular time, ranking the space as “1-Very Important” and the time as “3-Somewhat Important" will communicate your needs and allow us to advocate for you as realistically as possible.
Event #2
Note: Performances require at least one technical rehearsal.
Describe your audience (CUID, non-CUID, other colleges, etc) and the expected number of attendees.
Briefly share information about what this event is, the purpose it serves and why it is significant to your group. Explain how many years this event has occurred and what success/popularity it has in the Columbia University community.
:
:
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
1-Very Important2-Important3-Somewhat Important4-Flexible
Exact Date Requested
Day of the Week Requested
Time Requested
Location Requested
Review each category of your event including the exact date requested, the day of the week requested, the time requested and the location requested. Select the level of importance for each category ranking them from “1-Very Important” to “4-Flexible.” Note: Each category must be ranked differently so that only one category will be selected as “1-Very Important”. The more difference you indicate between categories the more likely you are to get your greatest need met. For example, if a particular space is more important than a particular time, ranking the space as “1-Very Important” and the time as “3-Somewhat Important" will communicate your needs and allow us to advocate for you as realistically as possible.
Event #3
Note: Performances require at least one technical rehearsal.
Describe your audience (CUID, non-CUID, other colleges, etc) and the expected number of attendees.
Briefly share information about what this event is, the purpose it serves and why it is significant to your group. Explain how many years this event has occurred and what success/popularity it has in the Columbia University community.
:
:
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
1-Very Important2-Important3-Somewhat Important4-Flexible
Exact Date Requested
Day of the Week Requested
Time Requested
Location Requested
Review each category of your event including the exact date requested, the day of the week requested, the time requested and the location requested. Select the level of importance for each category ranking them from “1-Very Important” to “4-Flexible.” Note: Each category must be ranked differently so that only one category will be selected as “1-Very Important”. The more difference you indicate between categories the more likely you are to get your greatest need met. For example, if a particular space is more important than a particular time, ranking the space as “1-Very Important” and the time as “3-Somewhat Important" will communicate your needs and allow us to advocate for you as realistically as possible.
Event #4
Note: Performances require at lest one technical rehearsal.
Describe your audience (CUID, non-CUID, other colleges, etc) and the expected number of attendees.
Briefly share information about what this event is, the purpose it serves and why it is significant to your group. Explain how many years this event has occurred and what success/popularity it has in the Columbia University community.
:
:
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall.
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall.
1-Very Important2-Important3-Somewhat Important4-Flexible
Exact Date Requested
Day of the Week Requested
Time Requested
Location Requested
Review each category of your event including the exact date requested, the day of the week requested, the time requested and the location requested. Select the level of importance for each category ranking them from “1-Very Important” to “4-Flexible.” Note: Each category must be ranked differently so that only one category will be selected as “1-Very Important”. The more difference you indicate between categories the more likely you are to get your greatest need met. For example, if a particular space is more important than a particular time, ranking the space as “1-Very Important” and the time as “3-Somewhat Important" will communicate your needs and allow us to advocate for you as realistically as possible.
Event #5
Note: Performances require at lest one technical rehearsal.
Describe your audience (CUID, non-CUID, other colleges, etc) and the expected number of attendees.
Briefly share information about what this event is, the purpose it serves and why it is significant to your group. Explain how many years this event has occurred and what success/popularity it has in the Columbia University community.
:
:
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall.
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall.
1-Very Important2-Important3-Somewhat Important4-Flexible
Exact Date Requested
Day of the Week Requested
Time Requested
Location Requested
Review each category of your event including the exact date requested, the day of the week requested, the time requested and the location requested. Select the level of importance for each category ranking them from “1-Very Important” to “4-Flexible.” Note: Each category must be ranked differently so that only one category will be selected as “1-Very Important”. The more difference you indicate between categories the more likely you are to get your greatest need met. For example, if a particular space is more important than a particular time, ranking the space as “1-Very Important” and the time as “3-Somewhat Important" will communicate your needs and allow us to advocate for you as realistically as possible.
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2018 Yearbook Committee Application

The 2018 Columbian Yearbook is looking to fill the committee positions listed below.

If you have interest in serving on the 2018 Columbian Yearbook committee, please complete the application by Monday, January 15 at 11:59 p.m. EDT

If you should have any further questions, please email yearbook@columbia.edu.

General Information:
Please feel free to enter your preferred name.
Please answer the following questions to the best of your ability.
*Please limit responses to 200 words per question.
Please provide a few dates and times you are available to come in for an interview from January 16-January 23 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Authorizing Signature
For your application to be considered, you must be a currently enrolled undergraduate student in Columbia College, The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, or General Studies and in good University standing. By checking the box below, you agree that your disciplinary status and academic status may be verified by Student Conduct and Community Standards and the Berick Center for Student Advising.
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Visiting and Exchange Student Orientation Leader Application

Thank you for your interest in being a Visiting and Exchange Student Orientation Leader!

Orientation Leaders (OLs) are role models as well as sources of support and information for new students. They play a major role in facilitating the adjustment of new students to the Columbia community.  Visiting and Exchange students attend Columbia for one semester or one year depending on their program.  They come from both domestic and international institutions and rely on Orientation Leaders to help them transition quickly into the Columbia community.

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Brownstone Event Registration Request Form

Any event in a University Brownstone meeting one or more of the following criteria must be registered through Residential Life and/or the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA):

Please enter your Columbia or Barnard email containing your UNI
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All party monitors must have attended both Party Monitor Training sessions
All party monitors must have attended both Party Monitor Training sessions
All party monitors must have attended both Party Monitor Training sessions
Note that backyard access is not possible after 10:00 PM.
Please note that events may not include more than 74 individuals.
Guest list is required in order for event to be approved
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: doc docx xls xlsx.
An event review may be required based on the number of participants, backyard use, attendance of non-CUID guests, and/or concerns from past events. This event review will also determine if a walk-through is required prior to the event.
Required Compliance
In order to host an event, each chapter must be in compliance with NY State law, university policies, national fraternity insurance guidelines, and the University’s Alcohol and Drug Policy.

• The chapter will not purchase alcoholic beverages through/with chapter funds. The chapter understands the purchase or use of a bulk quantity or common source(s) of alcoholic beverage, for example, kegs, is prohibited.
• The chapter will not co-sponsor, co-finance, attend, or participate in a function at which alcohol is purchased by any of the host chapters.
• No members, collectively or individually, will purchase for, serve to, or sell alcoholic beverages to any minor (i.e., those under legal drinking age).
• The chapter will not serve hard alcohol.
• The chapter will limit available alcohol to one (12oz.) beer or one (5 oz.) glass of wine, per hour, per guest/member of legal age.
• The Event Monitors will remain sober throughout the event.
• The chapter will supply an ample amount of food.
• The chapter will supply an ample amount of non-alcoholic beverages.
• The chapter understands that only people of age can serve and dispense alcohol.
• The chapter will be using the following form(s) of checking ID: wristbands and/or other forms of verification for legal-age attendees (state ID’s, driver’s license, etc.)
• The chapter will not charge a cover/entertainment fee/sell cups, ask for donations, etc.
• The chapter will use wristbands and/or other forms of verification for legal-age attendees.
• The chapter will adhere to the maximum occupancy standards of the facility.
• The chapter will ensure the party ends promptly at 1:00 a.m. on Thursday and 2:00 a.m. on Friday or Saturday night. This is conditional on positive relations with neighbors.

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OMA Opportunities

There are many ways to get involved with OMA! See below for opportunities this semester, this summer, and next year.

Charity Drive Request

Undergraduate councils and recognized Student Groups on the Morningside Campus (ABC, CI, Club Sports, IGC, MGC, and SGB) may host charity drives in several designated lobbies upon advisor approval.  

Guidelines

Charity Drives May Only Be Permitted in the Following Lobbies:

  1. East Campus
  2. Wien
  3. Furnald
  4. John Jay
  5. Broadway
  6. Schapiro

Each box should also include a sign/label including (DO NOT tape signs to painted walls): Student organization name & group contact email

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