Visiting Student Program Deadline Extended to December 1

Students interested in the Visiting Student Programs at Columbia College and Columbia Engineering for Spring 2018 now have until December 1, 2017, to submit their applications; additionally, the application fee has been waived.

Applicants May Now Self-Report ACT and SAT Test Scores

In an effort to make our application process more accessible and affordable, Columbia will now accept self-reported test scores for the ACT and the SAT.

 
 

Lina Puerta's Miller Theatre Commission

Colombian-American artist Lina Puerta shares a piece from her "Botánico Series" as the latest installation in Miller Theatre’s lobby.

Tony-Winning Alumnus Works on New Musical

Tony-winning composer Tom Kitt ’96CC was recently featured on NY1, sharing an exclusive look at his new musical, "Superhero."

Reflecting on the Columbia Community (youtube video)

Samia Abedin ’19CC's final presentation for Contemporary Civilization illustrates the power of sharing stories.

Art of Engineering for First-Year Students (youtube video)

Learn about the five pillars of the Art of Engineering course for first-year Columbia Engineering students.

Columbia Athlete Reflects on Gold Medal Experience

Emily Surloff ’19CC, a member of the Columbia University Women’s Basketball team, participated in the Maccabiah games this summer in Israel and reflects on her experiences and what it is like to win gold.

Kigali, Rwanda

The World Leaders Forum on the Columbia campus hosts prominent world leaders and other international newsmakers for lectures, discussion panels and other events. His Excellency Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda, participated in a talk “Beyond Policy and FInancing: How to Sustain Development.”

Obodan, Ghana

Engineers Without Borders has worked in this rural village since 2004, improving water and sanitation facilities through the construction of new latrines.

Tivoli, Italy

Undergraduates have the opportunity to excavate and deepen their knowledge of art, architecture and history through an archeological dig at Hadrian’s Villa.

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