As one alumna said, “Columbians expect to be involved.” You will meet other students like you — students who want to make an impact in their community, continue a familiar passion, or discover a new one. Clubs here are some of the most interesting, rewarding, close-knit, and fun micro-communities you’ll ever be part of.
Chef Robert Irvine, host of “Restaurant: Impossible,” treated students to special dishes during an appearance in Ferris Booth Commons.
Sara Sakowitz ‘18SEAS was invited to share her cancer research on camera with Ellen DeGeneres.
During finals week, students relax and take a moment to bond with dogs in John Jay Hall in a new campus tradition.
Administrators from the Division of Student Affairs explain how they help build and support Columbia’s community.
Hungama, a mock Pakistani wedding, is held by Columbia’s Organization of Pakistani Students to celebrate a Pakistani cultural tradition
Full-length student-produced musical is Columbia’s oldest performing arts tradition.
In meeting rooms and auditoriums, theaters and playing fields, brownstones and practice rooms, students pursue their passions.