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Four Pillars

4 PILLARS OF CUSP

The pillars supporting the Columbia Undergraduate Scholars Program are all interdependent.  All four are the building blocks of a Columbia Scholar.  We ex

Columbia Undergraduate Scholars Program

The Columbia Undergraduate Scholars Program (CUSP) aims to foster the intellectual, social, and cultural growth essential to leadership in our highly specialized and culturally diverse world.  The

The CUSP Alliance: History & Archives Committee (HAC)

The History & Archives Committee (HAC) works in conjunction with the CUSP Administration in compiling, organizing, and maintaining documentation (written, pictoral, audio, and visual) pertain

The CUSP Alliance: Program Development Committee (PDC)

The Program Development Committee (PDC) fulfills the role of the pre-2005 Scholars Advisory Council in helping to brainstorm and develop CUSP programming in close collaboration with the CUSP Admi

Logoi Kai Erga

The Program's motto,
“Logoi kai Erga” — “Words and Deeds”—
a distinction hearkening back to IVth century Athens,
highlights our goal of underscoring the correlation

The Named Scholars

The named Scholars supported by the CUSP administration are selected by the Office of Admissions when they submit their applications to Columbia University.  Scholars are chosen for their intellect

Tutor Assignments

The CC/SEAS Tutoring Service sends out e-mail assignments to students indicating their tutors' names and

Application

After students have decided when they are going to apply to law school, they must decide which schools they would like to attend.

Transcripts

Applicants must submit transcript(s) to CAS from each undergraduate and graduate school they attended. This includes study abroad programs.

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