Columbia University in the City of New York
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The Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) are faculty members who are committed to students, involvement in the residential community, and learning that occurs outside the classroom. Faculty members and the
E-Block is a vibrant area of upperclass students that live in suite-style and corridor style residence halls. The residential spaces include:
Special Interest Communities (SICs) offer a unique residential experience by allowing upperclassmen students to embrace and explore common interests together.
West Campus is a vibrant area of upperclass students that live in suite-style and corridor style residence halls.
The First Year Area (FYA) is a vibrant area of first-year students that live in suite-style and corridor style residence halls. The residential spaces include:
The Office of Residential Life is excited to offer students interested in entrepreneurship or an entrepreneurship lifestyle the opportunity to participate in Res.
The State of New York, Columbia University, and all national fraternities and sororities on campus have adopted anti-hazing legislation or policies.
Thank you for your interest in sorority life! There are many opportunities for membership at Columbia University.
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