Between Broadway and Amsterdam, from 114th to 120th Streets, Columbia students find a place in which to discover themselves. Nestled in the neighborhood of Morningside Heights, bordered by three parks and the Hudson River, they enjoy an intimate campus that they can truly call home, during their time here and long after they leave.
Welcome to the neighborhood.
Our little slice of Manhattan is a place where Columbia students become part of something larger, and where the most exciting city in the world is just a short subway ride away.
From brownstones and traditional residence halls to unique living communities for students who share common interests, Columbia undergraduates make the most of the largest residential campus in Manhattan, as well as:
- Guaranteed housing for all four years
- More than 500 student-led clubs and organizations
- Top-rated campus dining, as ranked by The Daily Meal
From the 116th Street subway station to Alma Mater overlooking Low Plaza, our campus welcomes students to the Columbia community while all of New York City beckons just outside the gates.