Deans’ Toast (details forthcoming): Monday, April 21, 6:30–8:00 p.m., Low Rotunda: Registration required.
Senior Week is a series of events in which all graduating Barnard College, Columbia College, Columbia Engineering, and Gerneral Studies students are invited to participate.
April 25: Tickets become available online at 1:00 p.m. Tickets for the Sunset Cruise, Columbia Club, and Masquerade Ball are limited and will sell out quickly.
May 15: Sunset Cruise
May 16: Rockaway/BBQ/Columbia Club
May 17: Coney Island/Masquerade Ball
Senior Dinner: The deans of Columbia Engineering and Columbia College host a festive dinner every spring for the graduating undergraduate students of each school. These dinners, shared with classmates, are an opportunity to look back at the time spent at Columbia, reminisce about shared experiences, and celebrate all that has been accomplished. At each event, Dean James J. Valentini or Dean Mary C. Boyce and alumni leaders will offer their congratulations and toast to your future. Cocktail attire is requested. Registration required.
- Columbia College Senior Dinner: Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 8:00–10:00 p.m.
- Columbia Engineering Senior Dinner: Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 7:00–9:00 p.m.
Civil Engineering (Mudd, 6th floor, department office and hallway)
Industrial Engineering & Operations Research (Mudd 315)
Electrical Engineering (Mudd 1300, 13th floor)
Computer Science (4th floor courtyard/lounge)
Mechanical Engineering (Mudd 220)
CC Department Events
Psychology Dept. Class Day Celebration: Tuesday, May 20, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 3rd Floor Rotunda, Schermerhorn Hall
Celebrate safely and responsibly! Throughout this memorable time, keep in mind the University, school-specific, and residence hall policies:
- Alcohol may not be consumed outdoors on University property except at a registered and approved event.
- Columbia expects those who wish to include alcohol as part of their activities will do so responsibly and lawfully. Responsible drinking includes making sound judgments about whether, when, and how much to drink, understanding the health issues related to the consumption of alcohol, and avoiding excessive or “binge” drinking or any other abuse of alcohol that negatively affects one’s personal activities and health.
- Larger numbers of participants increase the potential for a situation to become unsafe and to negatively impact the community. When hosting or attending gatherings in the residential community, please keep in mind:
- Hosts are responsible for knowing and obeying the laws of New York State and Columbia University policies regarding alcohol and drugs.
- Residential Programs and/or Public Safety staff can and will disperse gatherings deemed in violation of any policy at any time.
- University staff may limit access into a building for safety and security purposes. This may include allowing only East Campus residents into East Campus; Hogan residents into Hogan, etc., at any time this is deemed necessary.
- Seniors may face Dean’s Discipline through move-out and be held accountable for their actions. Specific sanctioning may include fines for damages and/or holds on student accounts, transcripts, or diplomas.
- For more information, or to revisit the full list of policies to which all students are held accountable, visit the website of the Office of Judicial Affairs and Community Standards.