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The Alternative Break Program provides travel funds and other support for students who are interested in developing their own team-based civic
An Event Review is a meeting between the student organization’s leadership and pertinent campus offices, such as University Event Management and Public Safety, to discuss the
This statement was developed by the Community Principles working group composed of undergraduate students and staff from CC, Barnard, SEAS and GS.
There are several important pieces of information for you to consider as you prepare for the academic year.
As you prepare to arrive at Columbia, there are several things that you should be thinking about. Some of these have already been addressed, and some may need to be addressed in the near future.
Civic Competencies are a set of goals that we incorporate into our work with the Columbia University community.
Residential Life employs 145 students as Resident Advisers (RAs). Among the entire population of 5,500 undergraduate students, our RAs emerge as leaders within the Columbia community.
The International Student Orientation Program (ISOP) is designed to help international first-year Columbia College and Columbia Engineering students who have limited experience in the U.S.
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