Center for Student Advising

2015 PAC application

Premedical Advisory Committee (PAC) Application

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Tips for First-years!

Top Ten Tips for First-years

  1. Professors are friendly - office hours are a good thing.
  2. No one expects you to figure everything out as soon as you get here.
  3. It’s not a co

Leaves of Absence

If you are interested in taking a leave of absence from Columbia, your first step should be to speak with your Advising Dean in the CSA.

3-2 and 4-1 Programs

3-2 Combined Plan Program

The 3-2 Combined Plan Program offers undergraduate students from Columbia College an opportunity to earn both a bachelor of arts degree from Columbia College (CC)

Department Liaisons

Columbia College students who wish to learn more about a particular department or academic program should contact the

CC/SEAS Tutoring Service Tutor Application

The CC/SEAS Tutoring Service is continually seeking qualified and motivated sophomores, juniors and seniors - as well as Columbia University graduate students - to serve as peer tutors. The position is paid and offers flexible hours based on the tutor's schedule. Tutors must have over a 2.5 GPA and a B or better in the course(s) they would like to tutor. Prospective candidates should complete the following application.

Course Name (1)
Please provide two references (either faculty at Columbia or your academic adviser). You may also attach recommendations.
Please attach any letters/emails of recommendation.

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