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Furnald Hall

Furnald houses first-years and sophomores within its 10 stories and boasts a hotel-like atmosphere with its

Carman Hall

Carman is one of the only residence halls on campus exclusively available to first-year students.  Residents

RSVP for Sept 12-13, 2014 Council and Governing Board Retreat

This Fall's Student Council and Governing Board Retreat will include leaders from the executive boards of the ESC, CCSC, Class Councils, SGB, and ABC.  It promises to be an exciting and productive event!  Please RSVP using the form below whether you are attending or not.  This will allow us to plan appropriately and make proper arrangements for transportation and lodging.

We will be leaving campus on Friday, September 12th at 4pm and returning to campus on Saturday, September 13th by midnight.

**Please RSVP by Tuesday, Sept. 2 at Noon**

Departments: 

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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How would you rate your OL's ability to answer new students' questions?
How would you rate your OL's communication with you about NSOP events?
How would you rate your OL's overall performance?
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Columbia Leads Initiative: Program Participation

Thank you for your interest in having your program included in the Columbia Leads Initiative! This form is an information-gathering tool that will help our team determine how your program might best fit into this framework. You should be able to complete this form in 5-10 minutes. If you have any questions as you complete this form, please contact Annie Virkus, Director of Leadership & Civic Engagement, at av2581@columbia.edu.

Your Contact Information
Program Information
In this section, we ask you to please check any and all competencies that you feel are directly addressed through participation in your program. Note that competencies are separated into three categories: "individual", "group", and "societal" leadership.
In hours (half-hour increments are allowed), estimate the amount of time an individual participating in your program would invest (specific to the role you have indicated). Please enter numbers only (ex: enter "2.5" for two and a half hours). Note: For lengthier programs, such as multi-day retreats, please include only time during which participants are engaged in programming.
Program Competencies
In this section, we ask you to please check any and all competencies that you feel are directlyaddressed through participation in your program. Note that competencies are separated into three categories: "individual", "group", and "societal" leadership.
Program Focus
Imagine that you have a total of 10 points to split between "individual", "group", and "societal". You will divide these points according to the focus of your program (specific to the role you have indicated). For example: if you are filling this form out for participants of a retreat mostly focused on issues of group leadership, but that also includes a couple of sessions on individual leadership styles, you might allot 7 points to group leadership and 3 points to individual leadership. Reviewing your competency selections above may be helpful when allocating these points. Note that only whole numbers are permitted.
Program Information: Second Role
In hours (half-hour increments are allowed), estimate the amount of time an individual participating in your program would invest (specific to the role you have indicated). Please enter numbers only (ex: enter "2.5" for two and a half hours). Note: For lengthier programs, such as multi-day retreats, please include only time during which participants are engaged in programming.
Program Competencies
In this section, we ask you to please check any and all competencies that you feel are directly addressed through participation in your program. Note that competencies are separated into three categories: "individual", "group", and "societal" leadership.
Program Focus
Imagine that you have a total of 10 points to split between "individual", "group", and "societal". You will divide these points according to the focus of your program (specific to the role you have indicated). For example: if you are filling this form out for participants of a retreat mostly focused on issues of group leadership, but that also includes a couple of sessions on individual leadership styles, you might allot 7 points to group leadership and 3 points to individual leadership. Reviewing your competency selections above may be helpful when allocating these points. Note that only whole numbers are permitted.
Departments: 

Steps Students Can Take

If you witness or become aware of a discrimination or bias-related incident, you should take the followi

Bias and Discrimination Response Protocol

Public Safety

Once notified of an incident, Public Safety will provide any immediate assistance necessary regarding safety.

OMA: Celebrating Our 10th Anniversary

The Office of Multicultural Affairs will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a yearlong celebration of events and activities that will engage students, alumni, faculty, and staff.

2014 NSOP Committee

Zac Collazo, Social Programmer (CC/SEAS)

All-Ivy Multicultural Affairs Meeting: REGISTRATION

On Friday, July 18, 2014, Columbia's Office of Multicultural Affairs is hosting an All-Ivy meeting of colleagues from offices focused on undergraduate diversity, social justice, identity development, and inclusion. These offices include, but are not limited to, multicultural and intercultural centers, LGBTQA centers, women's centers, international student programming and transitional support offices, and affinity-focused offices/positions.

As outlined in the general schedule, we will start off our day with each institution presenting about institutional structure, relevant offices (mission, vision, organization chart), and scope of programs and resources. The goal is to give participants a better understanding of peer institutions so that subsequent conversations about programs, campus issues, and ways to collaborate can be better contextualized. NOTE: The point person will be sentmore guidelines about this presentation.
This information will help shape roundtable discussions.
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