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With a new immigration executive order that continues to restrict entry to the United States for most citizens from six Muslim-majority nations, it is important to reiterate Columbia’s fundamental commitment to welcoming students, faculty and staff from around the world.

A meaningful response to student mental health needs requires excellence in many ways – service provision, collaboration among students, faculty and administrators, resources dedicated to awareness and a supportive environment, and continuous research to seek effective ways to intervene and provide support.  

The Office of University Life’s Associate Vice President for Student Life Ixchel Rosal speaks with the Spectator’s Ana Espinoza about steps Columbia is taking to support undocumented students. 

Read more in The Eye.

We join with many peers in decrying this action as discriminatory, damaging to America’s leadership in higher education, and contrary to our nation’s core values and founding principles.

Columbia's International Students & Scholars Office has shared this message with all Columbia community members from countries that are the focus of President Trump's new executive order on immigration.  

Important resources for our students and others in the Columbia community who may have concerns about immigration, mental health, harassment and violence.

Get service alerts from Columbia Facilities emailed to you.

A brief overview of DACA.

These are resources that may be useful for undocumented students at Columbia, including DACA recipients. The documents and links here are not intended to provide legal advice; instead, they provide information that may be educational for students and others in our community.   
 

University help desk services now provide a dedicated resource for students who have questions about student payroll and stipend payments: Submit an inquiry online or call (212) 854-5000.
 
Read more at the Student Service Center.

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