Residential Programs

RA Master Application Summary

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Thanksgiving Break Program Evaluation

Thank you for hosting programming during the Thanksgiving Break supplemented by the Office of International Student Programming and Services. We hope you found the funding useful to carry out your program and appreciate receiving feedback about your event.

Contact Information
(First and Last)
(ex. CC '14, SEAS '15)
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Please include both Name and UNI of anyone you worked with
Event Information
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(With address if known)
Enter your best estimate of the exact number of attendees who participated in the majority of the program. (If someone stopped by for a few minutes, please do not count this number in your total.) Do not enter a numeric range as we will ask for a specific number when we follow-up.
This should include an itemized list and actual cost of each expenditure so we can determine the true cost of your event versus your initial proposal.
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Resident Adviser Recommendation Form

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Residential Programs

Commuter Guest Application

CC/SEAS students who would like to host a non-residential (commuter) undergraduate CC or SEAS student should submit the following application for review.

Process:

Once a CC/SEAS residential host student submits this application, the information will be reviewed by Residential Programs, Housing and Office of Judicial Affairs to confirm all information is correct and the non-residential undergraduate student is eligible to swipe into the residence hall where his/her host resides. 

Host Information
Guest Information
Statements of Understanding
I understand that I am responsible for the actions of my guest while he/she is in the residence hall, irrespective of my presence during a particular incident or concern, and may result in disciplinary action for me and/or my guest.
I understand my guest should abide by policies as outlined in the Guide to Living, available on the Columbia Housing website: http://housing.columbia.edu/
I have reviewed the policies outline in the Guide to Living with my non-residential guest.
I acknowledge that I am a currently enrolled undergraduate student in Columbia College or School of Engineering and Applied Science in good University standing. I understand that I must remain in good University standing in order to host a non-residential guest. I agree that my academic and disciplinary status may be verified by the Center for Student Advising and the Office of Judicial Affairs and Community Standards.
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Columbia RA & CA Fave Reads

Beginning in the Fall of 2013, each RA and CA on the RP staff revealed their favorite book. Below is a compilation of the RA and CAs' favorite texts.

Charity Drive Request

Undergraduate councils and recognized Student Groups on the Morningside Campus (ABC, CI, Club Sports, IGC, MGC, and SGB) may host charity drives in several designated lobbies upon advisor approval.  

Guidelines

Charity Drives May Only Be Permitted in the Following Lobbies:

  1. East Campus
  2. Wien
  3. Furnald
  4. John Jay
  5. Broadway
  6. Schapiro

Each box should also include a sign/label including (DO NOT tape signs to painted walls): Student organization name & group contact email

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