CU Film Showcase, Self Defense Class, and Other Events and Opportunities 4/5-4/19

April 05, 2022

Dear Students,

Mark your calendars for University Life’s next Awakening Our Democracy: Future Present: Building Community & Advancing Equity in a Digital World, Wednesday, April 20 at 3:30 PM at Low Library (and via livestream). Hear from a panel of experts tackling some of the most challenging questions around digital citizenship, including Artificial Intelligence (AI), the rise of social media, and the ways in which our choices online impact the world around us. Register and submit your questions here!

All events listed below are free of charge and open to all students unless otherwise noted.

University Life Leadership Opportunity

  • Want to help plan fun events on campus and gain leadership experience? The University Life Events Council is made up of students from all schools who plan activities to create community across Columbia’s schools and campuses. Deadline extended to Sunday, April 10. Apply here!

University Life Events (All events in ET)

Racial Justice Mini-Grant Program Events:

University-wide Events and Opportunities

2022 Commencement Opportunities

  • Share Your Columbia Memories. Submit a photo or video of your favorite Columbia memories for a chance to be part of the University’s Commencement celebration!
  • Volunteer for Commencement. The Commencement Office is looking for volunteers to help celebrate the success of Columbia’s graduates! Volunteers will receive a special commencement volunteer t-shirt and hat. Interested? Visit the Commencement Volunteer page for more information or email [email protected].

Visit University Life’s website, Instagram and Facebook for more information and events, and please reach out to [email protected] with any suggestions or questions.

Have a great week,

Joseph Defraine Greenwell, Ed.D.
Vice President for Student Affairs
University Life
Gender Pronouns: He/Him/His

Ixchel Rosal
Associate Vice President for Student Life
University Life
Gender Pronouns: She/Her/Hers