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NSOP Crew Chief Application

We are currently accepting applications for NSOP crew chiefs. Please log-in using your UNI and password. All CC and SEAS students should be able to log into the system. The log-in is located in the upper right hand corner of this page. If you have any questions, please email the NSOP staff. Please note that if you are not selected to be a crew chief and still would like to be considered to be an orientation leader, you can select to do so in the application form.

Applicant Information
Short Responses
Please keep your short answer responses to 250 words or less.
Schedule of Availablity for Interview
Interviews for the 2017 NSOP crew chief will be a two step process. First, candidates will be invited to participate in a group interview with other candidates. After the group interview, candidates may be invited to participate in an individual interview to meet directly with the NSOP staff. Please mark ALL the times you are available for a group interview on Tuesday, February 14, as well as for individual interviews from Tuesday, February 21- Thursday, February 23, 2017.
By clicking "Submit" I acknowledge that I am a currently enrolled undergraduate student in Columbia College or The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science in good community standing. I understand that I must remain in good community standing in order to be a crew chief. I agree that my academic and disciplinary status may be verified by the Berick Center for Student Advising and Student Conduct and Community Standards. I understand that Undergraduate Student Life will confirm my fulfillment of the Sexual Respect Initiative requirement. 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.

New Student Orientation Program Committee Pre-Assessment Survey


Handbooks & Policies

Below is the most updated version of the Fraternity and Sorority Life Handbook (as of 8/30/16).  These documents may be updated at any point in time.

Spring Program Series

The Spring Program Series is designed to strengthen Fellows’ professional skills and prepare them for their summer internships. Fellows and program administrators meet bi-weekly fo

Payment Method Guide

Use of Undergraduate Student Life's "travel card" is required for approved student group purchases of the following travel expenses:

"College, the Musical" Participant Survey

Thank you all for your participation in the recent professional residency workshop of College, The Musical.  Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey as it will greatly help us in further developing and offering programs such as this one.


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1. This Program provided a unique experience to work with professionals *
2. The Program provided me a much deeper sense of how professional artists make work *
3. The Program deepened my understanding of the process of making performance *
4. I felt that my participation in and contribution to the workshop was valued by the professionals in residence *
5. The Program demystified the process of creating a new musical *
6. The Program provided me useful tools as I continue my work in the performing arts (on campus and beyond) *
7. The Program provided me greater insight into theatrical professions, assisting in my ability to make decisions about career choices *
8. I developed close relationships with some of my fellow student participants *
9. I developed close relationships with some of the professionals in residence *
10. I plan to continue exploring opportunities for making new theater on campus *
11. I plan to continue exploring (or begin to explore) opportunities for making new theater off-campus / professionally *
12. Being part of this program was worth the time and energy I put into it *
13. I would encourage other students to participate in programs such as this in the future *
14. I would like to see more programs like this at Columbia in the future *
15. I am confident that my participation in this workshop has enhanced my ability to succeed in future theatrical endeavors *
1. Access to individuals working professionally in theater in the rehearsal/work environment *
2. Informal access to professionals (chats during breaks, before and after rehearsals) *
3. Observation of and participation in a workshop *
4. Having space and time to workshop new material *
5. Opportunity to utilize "break" time to focus on a theatrical production *
6. On-campus location *
7. Ability to showcase the work that had been done to fellow students/Columbia community *
8. Columbia alumni participation in the program *
9. The ability to make work without the pressure of a full production *

Navigating Columbia: The First Year Experience Program

Are you a CC/SEAS member of the Class of 2016? Are you looking to make the most of  your Columbia experience?

The Center for Student Advising (CSA) and Office of Student Development and Activities (SDA) launched
a pilot program, entitled Navigating Columbia: The First Year Experience Program, in Fall 2012. We are
running an expanded program for Spring 2013. The program will run every Monday night from 5:30 PM
to 7 PM starting on February 11 and run through April 22.

Deadline to apply is Wednesday, February 6th at 9 AM. 


Adding Inline Images

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Intercultural House Application

Thank you for your interest in the Intercultural Resource Center and for considering the Intercultural House (ICH) as your housing option!  Below is the application for the Fall 2017 Intercultural House. Your timely submission and thoughtful answers are the first presentations of yourself to the evaluation committee. 

Application deadline 

Personal Information
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.
Campus Address
Permanent Address
Roommate-Living Information
The ICH is comprised of a variety of room and suite set-ups. Some of these rooms are single occupancies while others are doubles or triples. Most of the doubles and triples are spacious, apartment-style suites with kitchens and bathrooms. If accepted to live in the ICH, you may be offered a double, triple, or single. The following questions will help us gauge your living style and aid us in finding the best fit for you, so please be as honest as possible.
Educational History
Extracurricular Activities and Work Experience
We are interested in learning more about your extra-curricular activities and leadership experience. Please attach a list of activities that you have participated in during college, dates and positions held, and any jobs you have had. Activities might include involvement in student groups, athletics teams, publications, music and the arts, volunteerism/service learning, and work with community organizations among others. Resumes are acceptable.
You may upload a .txt, .rtf, .pdf, .doc, or .docx file of up to 40KB.
Files must be less than 150 KB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf pdf doc docx.
Short Responses
Please briefly respond to the following questions:
I must be a currently enrolled undergraduate student in Barnard College, Columbia College, or School of Engineering and Applied Science and in good University standing in order to part of the program. I agree that my academic and disciplinary status may be verified as a part of this application. If I were to be selected to be a part of the ICH, I will attend the Fall Retreat over the Labor Day Weekend, the Winter Retreat before the start of Spring semester classes, attend monthly house meetings, and serve on an educational committee that plans regular programs.


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