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Upcoming Events

Carnival of the Animals

15
Dec
Saturday, December 15, 2018
4:00pm to 5:00pm

Miller's annual holiday treat returns, a playful production that brings Camille Saint-Saëns, beloved work to life –Carnival of the Animals. Experience the magic, as everyday objects take on new lives as lions, elephants, and birds, through the incredible vision of director Lake Simons and some of New York's best puppeteers. Just about an hour in length, this family-friendly presentation is a wonderful holiday tradition for imaginative audiences of all ages.

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Messages to the Community

Affirming Columbia’s commitment to an inclusive community

December 10, 2018 - Public declarations of hostility and intolerance cut against core values of our community, even when they are within someone’s rights to express. It is important to restate in the strongest terms Columbia’s deep commitment to a community and a living and learning environment free from discrimination and harassment based on race, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender and other aspects of identity. 

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Denouncing Antisemitism and Supporting Our Community

November 29, 2018 - A Jewish faculty member’s office at Teachers College was vandalized yesterday afternoon with swastikas and an antisemitic slur spray-painted on her office walls. The University strongly denounces this antisemitic act that seeks to create fear and to intimidate members of our community.

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Student Privacy and the Gender-Based Misconduct Process

November 28, 2018 - The University takes very seriously our commitment to student privacy, and we will not generally share information about individual cases other than with the students who are parties (complainants and respondents) in a case. Here's why...

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Proposed Title IX regulations and Columbia’s commitment to gender-based misconduct prevention and response

November 21, 2018 - As we review the newly proposed regulations on Title IX from the U.S. Department of Education, I want to affirm Columbia’s commitment to creating a community free from gender-based misconduct and to responding to incidents that occur with support and processes that are fair to all members of our community and sensitive to the issues involved.

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Student Resources

Health & Wellness

Access comprehensive physical and mental health services at Columbia.

Inclusion, Diversity & Belonging

Organizations, resources and other offerings for a richly diverse community.

Compliance and University Policies

Information about the Rules of University Conduct, and other essential Columbia policies.

Maps & Locations

Find your way around campus, plus dining, libraries, gender-neutral restrooms, ATMs and more.

Our 2017-18 Year in Review

See the new, exciting and ongoing developments in the University community this year.

Take a look at some of our 2017-18 year.