GEOLOGICAL EXCURSION TO DEATH VALLEY, CALIFORNIA
Spring Break Field Trip for First-Year and Sophomore Students
March 14-21, 2015
A chance to see geology in action, and to look back more than 1 billion years through geological time, in an area of outstanding vistas and natural beauty. Details at: http://eesc.columbia.edu/courses/v1010/
Email applications no later than November 7, 2014 to:
TOMORROW - Tuesday, 10/7 is the last day for Columbia College students to DROP a fall 2014 class without the mark of W. After Tuesday, October 7, you have until Thursday, November 13, to withdraw from a course and recieve a W.
Monday, October 6
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
The Industrial Engineering and Operations Research (IEOR) Department of Columbia University will be hosting an information session about IEOR majors for first year and sophomore SEAS students. Please bring your questions and concerns and join representatives from the IEOR Faculty and Professional Staff to discuss and address questions about IEOR majors.
A representative from the United States Postal Service will be on campus on Friday, October 10 at the Annual Study Abroad Fair from 12:30-3:30 p.m. in Roone Arledge Auditorium in Lerner Hall to take applications for a US Passport.
To be eligible for this service:
Friday, October 3
Midterms are just around the corner, so optimize your study sessions and feel confident about your next exam! Athalie Alexander and Sandra Gomez from the Office of Disability Services will show you tips and techniques to create a study plan, prepare effectively, and minimize test anxiety.
Columbia College students must complete two courses from the approved list of Global Core courses for a letter grade.
Peer Advising Post: To Drop or Not to Drop (a class)
By Katie Kester CC '17
CC Drop Deadline Next Week !
It’s the end of September, and we’re a few weeks into the semester. All of our classes and activities are starting to gear up to full speed. Now is a good time to ask yourself – am I taking on too much? Will I be able to successfully to manage all of these classes or is there somewhere I should cut back?