Columbia University in the City of New York
This statement was developed by the Community Principles working group composed of undergraduate students and staff from CC, Barnard, SEAS and GS.
There are several important pieces of information for you to consider as you prepare for the 2014-15 academic year.
As you prepare to arrive at Columbia, there are several things that you should be thinking about.
Civic Competencies are a set of goals that we incorporate into our work with the Columbia University community.
The 5 Pathways to Service are a way of conceptualizing the work you do in your community.
The Office of Residential Programs employs 133 students as Resident Advisers (RAs) and Community Advisers (CAs).
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