London, England

The new Columbia in London program will feature a global seminar, London as Literature, that will include in-depth study of texts as well as outings to urban sites.

Mexico City, Mexico

The new Columbia in Mexico program will offer core courses in anthroplogy and race and ethnicity studies in partnership with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Havana, Cuba

The Consortium for Advanced Studies Abroad program in Cuba offers the opportunity to take courses, conduct research and connect with local cultural institutions.

Queens Museum

One of the 32 museums that charge no admission for Columbia students, the Queens Museum is a museum, a historic site, a community center, and an educational classroom. “The Panorama of the City of New York” exhibit is compulsory viewing for anyone living in the city: a 9,335 square foot model of the city's 320 square miles and 895,000 buildings. 

Heavyweight, Lightweight Rowers Named to IRA Academic Team

A total of 19 members of the Columbia heavyweight and lightweight rowing teams earned 2017 Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) All-Academic Team honors.

Columbia Alum Discusses Medical Career as New York Yankees Team Doctor

Former Columbia Men's soocer All-Ivy League honoree and current New York Yankees team physician Christopher Amhad is featured in the latest Columbia Magazine.

Columbia Athletics

Explore team rosters, schedules, stats, and more from your favorite Columbia Lions varsity sports teams!

Men's Basketball Picks Up NABC Team Academic Excellence Award

The Columbia men’s basketball program received The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Team Academic Excellence Award. These awards recognize outstanding academic achievement by a team with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better for the 2016-17 season.

Explore Columbia's Undergraduate Student Publications

Science students have the opportunity to contribute to various student publications that strive to increase knowledge and awareness of science and technology in the Columbia community.

The New Yorker Visits Columbia's Making and Knowing Lab

The New Yorker visits Columbia’s Making and Knowing Lab where science historians conduct alchemy-era experiments to better understand the scientific revolution.