Columbia Student Well-Being Survey

Your Voice. Your Campus. Your Columbia.

The goal of the Columbia Student Well-Being Survey is to improve campus life and the experience of every Columbia student.

See Your School's Participation Rate

Take a look at what percentage of your school has taken the Survey!

Ready to Take the Survey? Here's How.

Your survey invitation is in your Columbia email, from

Student Well-Being Survey Background

The Columbia Student Well-Being Survey is a University-wide survey to learn more about students' experience in the campus community, mental health and sexual respect/gender-based misconduct. It complements – and will expand on – other surveys students take.

Find a Survey Event in Your School

Check out these opportunities to get information and free swag, and talk to friends about the survey!

Want to Get More Involved?

Partner with the student survey leadership team - help improve life on campus and work with students, faculty and staff from all over Columbia.

Your Voice. Your Campus. Your Columbia.

Download a poster and art to share.

Survey Partners

The Columbia Student Well-Being Survey is brought to you by many campus partners, including:

Columbia Health; Columbia University Medical Center Student Health Service; Campus Services; Columbia Libraries; Registrar; Student Financial Services; Columbia Athletics; International Students and Scholars Office; and the student affairs offices of Columbia College, Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, School of General Studies, Columbia Business School, College of Dental Medicine, Columbia Journalism School, Columbia Law School, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation; Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Mailman School of Public Health, School of the Arts, School of International and Public Affairs, School of Nursing; College of Physicians and Surgeons, School of Professional Studies; and School of Social Work.

Many students from across Columbia have also volunteered to be Survey Ambassadors. If you're interested in getting more involved, write to

  • Resources for Faculty and Staff here.

This Survey has been reviewed and approved by the Columbia University Institutional Review Board.

Columbia University IRB-AAAR7231

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