Center for Student Advising

Academic Success Programs

Academic Success Programs (ASP) provides a holistic approach to student development through a network of comprehensive programs and services.

International Applicants

International or foreign students are defined as those students who are not green card holders or permanent residents. Permanent residents are generally treated the same as all U.S. citizens.

Friends of CUSP

From its inception, the Columbia Undergraduate Scholars Program has been indebted to a number of friends from different walks of life who have been instrumental in sharing their creative vision and

CUSP Archive

Beginning in 2000 and continuing through the present, CUSP programming has explored questions of education, expression, professional and social responsibility, international and public health, civi

Declare a Major

Major Declaration for SEAS sophomores (class of 2016) and other SEAS students who need to declare closes at midnight TONIGHT (10/18). 

The Application Essay: Personal Statement

The "personal statement" is very open: there are no set rules for its content.

Choosing Which Health Professional Schools to Submit Applications To

The first criterion is purely geographic: a majority of medical, dental and veterinary schools are state-supported and accept very few out-of-state applicants.

Major Myths and Misconceptions

Myth: The major I choose will determine my career options

The selection of an undergraduate major may not determine a lifelong career

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