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Engineering Class Day RSVP and Regalia Registration

Please select from the appropriate checkboxes listed below your level of participation in this year's commencement exercises. NOTE: If you plan on participating in both Class Day and Commencement, you must select both boxes.

Class Day is the school-specific ceremony during which individual students are recognized for their achievements. As their names are read, graduates process across the stage, are photographed, and receive their class pin.
University Commencement is the ceremony in which ALL undergraduate and graduate schools of Columbia University participate. No individual students are recognized. Seating is limited, and staff have the option to volunteer as an event host or solely walk in the procession. If you need regalia for the Commencement ceremony only, please visit the Commencement website.
Regalia Information
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Engineering Class Day Faculty Invitation

Faculty List

Faculty are listed by department. Check the box next to the faculty member(s) you wish to invite.

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Columbia College Class Day Faculty Invitation

Faculty List

Faculty are listed by department. Check the box next to the faculty member(s) you wish to invite.

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Enter for a Chance to Attend the CCAA Board of Directors Meeting

The Columbia College Alumni Association’s (CCAA) Board of Directors is excited to invite students to join them in conversation on a very important topic: enhancing the Columbia College experience.

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Class of 2014, Welcome to your senior year!

International Travel Timeline

International travel takes place outside of the U.S. (or its territories). U.S. trips (or territories) are considered domestic travel.

Domestic Travel Timeline

Domestic Travel Planning

Domestic Travel takes place within the U.S. (or territories).  Trips that take place outside of the U.S. are considered International Travel.

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