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NSOP Spring 2015 Orientation Leader Statement of Acceptance and Understanding of Expectations

Congratulations on being selected as one of the 2015 Visiting and Exchange New Student Orientation Program’s Orientation Leaders. You are the front line in interacting with the new incoming students; therefore your role is very important in helping their transition to Columbia University.

Departments: 

River Canoeing (ROP)

ROP (Columbia Outdoor River Orientation Program) participants will canoe thirty-five miles down the Delaware River on the New York/Pennsylvania/New Jersey border for four days, alongside six to eig

Biking (BOP)

On the Columbia Outdoor Biking Orientation Program (BOP) participants will complete a “tour de Hudson Valley” as they bike a four day route from Tarrytown, NY, back to the Columbia Campus.

Hiking (HOP)

The Columbia Outdoor Hiking Orientation Program (HOP) is the original and largest of the three programs, with more than 150 students venturing into the wilderness each fall.

Rate Your Orientation Leader!

Is your Orientation Leader (OL) fantastic? Not so great? Let the NSOP Committee and Staff know!

Our goal is to make NSOP the best it can possibly be for new students, and each year is better than the one before because of the feedback we get from students like you! Your opinion can be kept completely anonymous if you like; just fill out and submit this form. Thanks!

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2014 ISOP Participant Information

General Information
T-Shirt
Unisex measurements in inches S - Chest 34”-36” and Waist 30”-32” M - Chest 38”-40" and Waist 32”-33” L- Chest 42”-44” and Waist 33”-34” XL - Chest 46”-48” and Waist 36”-38” 2XL - Chest 48”-50” and Waist 40”-42” 3XL - Chest 50”-52” and Waist 44”-48”
Flight Details
We are asking this information in case you arrive late and we can check with the airlines on the arrival time.
(nonstop flight example: AI191 from BOM to EWR) (connecting flights example: NZ542 from CHC to AKL, NZ2 from AKL to LAX, UA275 from LAX to JFK)
(example: 8/20 at 10:15 AM)
Flight Accompaniment
This is to ensure prompt distribution of Parent and Family programs during Pre-Orientation and Orientation.
Dietary Details
If you have specific needs or concerns, such as food allergies, please reach out to Columbia Dining’s Registered Dietitian, Kristie Koerner, at kk2770@columbia.edu before arriving on campus.
If you have a disability, you can register with Columbia Disability Services at https://health.columbia.edu/getting-care/register-disability-services to receive any support you may need. If you any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to Disability Services at disability@columbia.edu or (212) 854-2388.
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Rentals

COÖP offers a variety of camping equipment to rent for your outdoor excursion.

Frequently Asked (COÖP) Questions

If your question is not answered below, feel free to email us at coop@columbia.edu or call us at (212) 854-1196.

Fees & Aid

The total cost of participating in COÖP is $425. There is no additional cost for canoe rentals or early move-in housing.

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