Columbia University in the City of New York
There are University Copy Centers in the International Affairs Building (401 IAB, 854-3797) and in the basement of the Journalism Building (106 Journalism, 854-3233). Village Copier, who is one of our vendors, is another option.
Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible to apply.
No, you must have guaranteed housing status.
No, you must be an undergraduate SEAS or CC student with guaranteed housing status.
You should speak with your financial aid adviser and consult them about your particular situation.
E-Block is a vibrant area of upperclass students that live in suite-style and corridor style residence halls. The residential spaces include:
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
Special Interest Communities (SICs) offer a unique residential experience by allowing upperclassmen students to embrace and explore common interests together.
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:
510-515 Alfred Lerner Hall2920 BroadwayNew York, NY 10027
Call: (212) 854-3612
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208 Hamilton Hall, Mail Code 28051130 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY 10027
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510 Mudd Hall, Mail Code 4714500 W. 120th St.New York, NY 10027
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