Paris, France

Launched in summer 2015, Art Humanities and Music Humanities in Paris is the first time in the Core Curriculum’s history that Core classes have been offered outside of Columbia and includes day trips and interdisciplinary conversations around Paris, utilizing the resources of Columbia Global Center - Europe.

Mumbai, India

The Columbia Global Center - South Asia hosts projects in health and education, as well as distinguished lecture and working paper series which address major issues of the city, country and region.

Amman, Jordan

The Columbia University Middle East Research Center hosts an intensive summer program in Arabic for undergraduates as well as research in sustainable development and conflict resolution.

Santiago, Chile

A professor from the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory recently won a President’s Global Innovation Fund grant to collaborate with this Global Center on volcanic research and mineral resources

Nairobi, Kenya

This Global Center is home to the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) Centre for East and Southern Africa, which supports and implements the Millennium Villages Project, a venture sponsored by the Earth Institute and the UN Development Programme that aims to eliminate poverty through sustainable practices

Apollo Theater

One of the oldest and best-known music halls in the country, the Apollo Theater launched the careers of Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Marvin Gaye, the Jackson 5, Aretha Franklin, Lauryn Hill and many others. Columbia has partnered with the Apollo for an oral history project, preserving the stories of this prominent Harlem landmark.

Governor's Island

Accessible only by ferry, Governor’s Island is a park open during the warmer months that offers biking trails, athletic fields, concert venues and other event spaces.

Baker Athletics Complex

Go Columbia Lions! The Baker Athletics Complex is the home for Columbia outdoor sports; it encompasses Kraft Field at Wien Stadium, Robertson Field at Satow Stadium, the Softball Field, the Soccer Stadium, The Remmer and 1929 Boathouses, the Chrystie Field House, the Savitt Tennis Center and the Campbell Sports Center, which offers state-of-the-art facilities for athletes and coaches.

Madison Square Garden

“The World’s Most Famous Arena,” MSG is home to the New York Knicks and New York Rangers as well as to concerts and other events. Columbia Engineering students have partnered with Turner Construction during the renovations of MSG to learn more about structural renovations.

Rockefeller Center

A set of buildings located between 48th and 51st Streets in midtown Manhattan, Rockefeller Center is best known as the home to NBCStudios (including Saturday Night Live), Radio City Music Hall, the Rainbow Room restaurant, the ice skating rink and the annual Christmas Tree lighting. This area was the home of Columbia for the second half of the nineteenth century, before the move to Morningside Heights in 1897.