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Columbia College Travel Fund

The Columbia College Travel Fund provides financial support to currently enrolled Columbia College students for domestic or international travel, networking, competitions, conferences and/or service work connected to recognized student group  activities.

Columbia College Student Council proposed the Columbia College Travel Fund, which is generously financed by the dean of Columbia College and administratively supported by Undergraduate Student Life.

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Undergraduate Student Life: Administrative and Financial Support

Undergraduate Student Life's Administrative and Financial Support provides financial advising and transactional support to all student organizations under the three governing boards within Columbia

Orientation Activity Waiver

All incoming students are required to complete the following activity waiver for the New Student Orientation Program (NSOP).

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Columbia Mentoring Initiative Mentee Application

Columbia University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) offers all first-year incoming students the opportunity to participate in the Columbia Mentoring Initiative (CMI), an inter-generational mentorship program that connects first year students with returning students and all students with alumni.

This program was formed to create a community of traditionally underrepresented students including Arab & Middle Eastern, Asian, Black, Indigenous, International, Latinx, LGBTQ and Mixed Heritage.

Personal Information
She, Her, Hers, He, Him, His, Ze, Hir, Ey, They, Them, Theirs, etc.
Intended major or pre-professional track; ex: chemistry or pre-law.
Demographic Information
A first generation college student is someone who is the first to graduate in their immediate family with a four year degree.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, Queer, Asexual, etc.
Trans Woman, Trans Man, Non-binary, Cis Man, Cis Woman, Genderqueer, etc.
Black, African American, Native American, Indigenous, Latinx, Chicanx, Hispanic, Asian American, Pacific Islander, Hawaiian, Mixed Heritage, Biracial, etc.
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Step-by-Step Borrowing Guide

Please review the steps needed to check out and/or reserve items through the Props Cages and Costume Closet.

Borrowing Agreement

The Student Group Borrowing Agreement outlines the rules and expectations for the use of the Props cages and Costume Closet.

FSL Multicultural Workshop Request Form

To meet the requirement for ALPHA Standards, chapters may participate in a multicultural workshop offered by Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL). Please complete the form below to request a workshop for your chapter. Requests should be submitted two weeks in advance.

It is not required for all chapters to participate in an FSL-sponsored multicultural workshop to meet the requirement for ALPHA Standards. Please work with your adviser to discuss additional options.

Currently, there are two workshop topics offered:

Requester Information
Sessions are capped at 40 students in order to facilitate better dialogue. If your chapter requires more than one workshop to meet the requirement for ALPHA Standards, the alternate dates requested will be treated as preferred dates for additional sessions.
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Student Group Events and Programs

Hosting a successful production or event in the Black Box Theatre requires various steps from the student group as well as a collaborative effort with the Black Box Theatre Manager and University E

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