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Deantini's Res Hall Road Trip

Dean Valentini has partnered with RHLO to engage with students in their residence halls and gain their perspective on campus life. 

Straight White Men Dress Rehearsal Application

Thank you for your interest in securing a ticket for the dress rehearsal of Young Jean Lee's Straight White Men at the Public Theater on November 6, 2014

Young Jean Lee has been called “the most adventurous downtown playwright of her generation" by The New York Times, has written a new play, Straight White Men which will open at The Public Theater this November.

If a participant needs to cancel, they may do so by emailing David Milch (dm2422@columbia.edu) no later than Wednesday, November 5 at 11:59am
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Voting Tools

Voting Week will be providing information on how to send an absentee ballot and opportunities for people to register to vote.

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Voting Week Schedule

Voting Week will be providing information on how to send an absentee ballot and opportunities for people to register to vote.

Voting Week Partners

The following departments, students groups, and administrative offices have worked together to sponsor Voting Week events.

Assessment Committee Consultant Request

The  Assessment Committee is committed to support and assist the offices within Undergraduate Student Life in all of their endeavors to assess their work, progress, and achievements. If you need any help in assessing a project or initiative, collecting data, or just analyzing your current data, please submit the simple form below. 

A member of the Assessment Committee will be in touch to set up a face-to-face meeting and help support your endeavors. 

Is your assessment a program, process, or other project? Please briefly describe the project above.
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National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH)

The National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is an honor society for the recognition of those individuals who have significantly contributed to the advancem

Diversity Initiative Grant Application

Through the Multicultural Affairs Advisory Board and the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Diversity Initiative Grant is available to Columbia-recognized student organizations to support events that fulfill at least two of the following objectives: foster diversity education, promote multicultural awareness, and create avenues for cross-cultural dialogue.

SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS' INFORMATION
PROJECT/EVENT DESCRIPTION
i.e. lecture, panel, meeting, discussion, film showing and talk back, symposium, conference (Please note that cultural showcases and fashion shows will not be considered for the DIG)
QUESTIONS
BUDGET & FUNDING INFORMATION
Please include your organizations' funding contribution, projected expenses (i.e. honoraria, tech fees, security fees, catering expenses, marketing costs, and other related expenses) and expected revenue (i.e. ticket sales, donations, and co-sponsorships -- specify organizations, offices, and other sources that have committed financial contributions). Files may use the following file formats: .doc, .docx, .xls, and .xlsx
(Total Projected Expenses) minus (Total Projected Funding & Revenue)
(The DIG provides up to $500.)
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