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Preprofessional Law Registration Form

Preprofessional Law Registration Form

Please complete the below webform if you require a Dean's Certification for law school. If you require a Dean's Certification you must also email or fax a completed Access Decision Form to the Preprofessional Office. Please email your completed and signed form to Dean Cindy Cogdill, cfc5@columbia.edu, or fax to (646) 430-8480.

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Please list all schools to which you are applying.
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Please explain any leaves of absences, changes in academic performance, academic and/or disciplinary sanctions, or any other circumstances that are important for our office to know about:
Please list any honors and awards you have received as an undergraduate, postgraduate, or professional including, but not limited to Latin, Departmental, Academic Prizes, Phi Beta Kappa, or Tau Beta Pi.

Countdown to Columbia: Advising

The Center for Student Advising (CSA) is pleased to welcome you to Columbia!

COLUMBIA 101: Student Volunteer Interest Form

Please join us in welcoming the incoming Class of 2018 during one of our COLUMBIA 101 events.

We need your help! In order to successfully implement these programs, we look to you to share your knowledge, expertise, and enthusiasm with the newest members of the Columbia community. We invite you to participate in student/parent panels to answer questions.

Complete the form below to indicate your interest in participating. As we only need a small numbers of panelists at each session, an advising dean will contact you to discuss your involvement and participation.

Contact Information
Please provide the best number to reach you during the event.
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Biography
Your biography should include a short description of your campus involvement, including the clubs and activities you are a part of, as well as any leadership roles you may hold; your work or internship experience; and any other information you feel would be helpful to know.

CUSP Spring Speaker Series Application Form

CUSP is opening its March and April Speaker Series programs to all undergraduate students. As limited spaces are available, please fill out this application for a chance to join. 

For additional information or questions, please contact Lavinia at lel52@columbia.edu

CUSP Spring Speaker Series Application Form

Robert Zatorre, “Music in the Brain: Pitch, Imagery, and Emotion”

Monday March 4, 2013, 6-8:00 p.m., Earl Hall Auditorium

How do our brains allow us to perceive, and perform music? How do we imagine musical sounds? Why does music elicit emotion? This lecture will discuss research carried out in our lab over the past few years that help to shed light on these questions.

Darci Picoult, “Creating Stories for the Stage and Film”

Monday, March 25, 2013 6:00 - 8:00 p.m., Faculty Room, Low Library

Are you interested in learning about what it takes to develop a story from page to performance? Darci Picoult, a screenwriting and playwriting fellow at the Sundance Film and Theater Labs, and acting teacher at NYU Tisch School Of The Arts, will speak of her experience on location and in the rehearsal room, highlighting the integral relationship between actors, directors, writers and producers.

Lissette Olivares, “Coco Rico’s Revolutionary Pleasures: Screening and Workshop in Political Performance”

Thursday, April 11, 2013 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., Rennert Auditorium, Kraft Center

This screening and workshop will introduce the audience to the political performance of Coco Rico, a Latina cyborg interventionist that trespasses across the tissue of time and space to promote feminist, anarchist, and multispecies approaches to consciousness. Students will engage in a discussion around the role of the artist in society while critically considering how performance can decolonize mainstream mediations of racialized and gendered bodies in film, television, and video. At the end of the session students will have time to play activist games that help them to brainstorm their own performative repertoires.

Please select which Speaker Series program you would like to attend
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Visiting and Exchange Students

Columbia University welcomes Visiting and Exchange Students from undergraduate institutions across the country and around the world.  Specifically, the Center for Student Advising supports those st

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