Center for Student Advising

Resources for Transfers

Center for Student Advising (CSA)

The CSA is where you’ll find your Advising Dean.  You can schedule appointments wi

FAQs for Transfers

Q: Can transfer students study abroad?

A: The possibility of studying abroad is greater if you enter as a sophomore.  Regardless, speak to your Advising Dean about your interest in studying

Transfer Credit

General Credit

Courses may be eligible for transfer credit if they are analogous to undergraduate courses offered in Columbia College and Columbia Engineering, and you have received a grade

Transfer students

Welcome to Columbia!

The Center for Student Advising is happy to welcome you to the Columbia community.

Peer Advising

CSA Peer Advisers

The Center for Student Advising (CSA) launched a new Peer Advising program during the 2012-2013 academic year.

Where can I find a tutor or other extra academic help?

If you are struggling in a course, you should always first contact your professor or teaching assistant to discuss expectations, go over previous exams and papers, and clarify concepts and the material. It's also a good idea to contact your advising dean, who can help you review your study habits and create a plan. 

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Howard University - Spelman College Domestic Exchange Program

Columbia University is pleased to offer undergraduate students in Barnard College, Columbia College, and Columbia Engineering the opportunity to participate in a domestic exchange program with prom

Declare a Major

Major Declaration for CC sophomores (class of 2016) and other CC students who need to declare will be open from March 11-14, 2014.

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