The CSA is where you’ll find your Advising Dean. You can schedule appointments with your adviser using an online system that you can access through the website. The website also features useful information about requirements, policies and procedures, and opportunities.
Peer Connector Network
What is the Peer Connector Network (PCN)?
The PCN is a pilot program for the 2014-2015 academic year designed to connect incoming Columbia College and Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science Transfer and Combined Plan students to peers inside and outside the Transfer, Visiting and Combined Plan (TVC) community, while supporting them with programs aimed at facilitating their transition to Columbia. The PCN is structured as a network of small groups, each led by a team of continuing students (Peer Connectors). While some Peer Connectors entered Columbia as transfer or combined plan students a year or two ago, others have been at Columbia since their first year of college.
The PCN Learning Outcomes are as follows
- Students have a trusted and reliable source to contact after NSOP with questions about Columbia
- Students feel more connected to the Columbia community because of participation in social events offered by the PCN
- Students will gain knowledge about campus resources through the workshops offered by the PCN
This publication contains information relevant to new students in both CC and SEAS, with a special section written for transfer students.
This is your source for academic policy and information about Columbia College’s academic programs. Even if you prefer to read the print version of the bulletin (available at the CSA), be sure to bookmark this online resource. The hyperlinks are useful and the departmental pages contain supplemental information about course offerings and major advising.
On this website, you can find detailed information about everything from academic policies and procedures, to academic integrity, to fellowship opportunities, to the Core Curriculum.
This is the source for academic policy and information about The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science’s academic programs.
On this website, you can find detailed information about everything from academic policies and procedures, to academic integrity, to research opportunities.
Search the Directory of Classes by Subject or Department for information about the who/what/where/when of CU classes.
Undergraduate Student Life encompasses the offices of Student Engagement, Multicultural Affairs, and Residential Life – all great resources for getting plugged in to the campus community!
In addition to providing information about CU medical services and student health insurance, this website links to important offices on campus like Counseling and Psychological Services and Disability Services.