As a Columbia undergraduate, you have access to an unparalleled experience in the heart of New York City, but your connections to the Columbia family certainly does not end there. It extends indefinitely with support systems that help alumni stay connected with their alma mater. Please scroll down and check out the various resources available for Columbia alumni.
The Columbia Alumni Association is the umbrella organization for all alumni groups. Find connections to alumni groups - by year, by school and maybe even by major! Learn more about the alumni of Columbia University, who include NASA Astronaut Michael Massimino (SEAS ’84), President Barack Obama (CC ’83), and actress Julia Stiles (CC ’05).
Undergraduate Alumni Groups
The Columbia College Alumni Association and the Columbia Engineering Alumni Association provide opportunities specifically for alumni of the undergraduate schools. They also oversee mentoring programs that link alumni with undergraduates, host reunions for undergraduate alumni and serve as a primary way for alumni to stay involved with the College and the Engineering school.
Center for Career Education
Columbia University’s comprehensive Center for Career Education offers career counseling and internship opportunities not just for current students, but for all alumni of Columbia University.
Columbia Alumni Clubs
Located throughout the country and around the world, alumni clubs give Columbians the opportunity to stay in contact with fellow Lions. If you are in New York, the Columbia University Club of New York, located in the heart of Midtown, offers dining opportunities, meeting and banquet facilities, and hotel rooms for club members.
Office of Pre-Professional Advising
Columbia provides pre-professional advising for alumni applying to Law and Medical School. Check out the Office of Pre-Professional Advising for more information, or stay up to date with the new Pre-Health and Pre-Law blogs.