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.
During finals week, students relax and take a moment to bond with dogs in John Jay Hall in a new campus tradition.
Hungama, a mock Pakistani wedding, is held by Columbia’s Organization of Pakistani Students to celebrate a Pakistani cultural tradition
In meeting rooms and auditoriums, theaters and playing fields, brownstones and practice rooms, students pursue their passions.
The full-length student-produced musical is Columbia’s oldest performing arts tradition.
The Design for America Barnard-Columbia chapter video for the access:youth project, encouraging youth voters.
Sara Sakowitz ‘18SEAS was invited to share her cancer research on camera with Ellen DeGeneres.