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The Davis Projects for Peace is an initiative funded by Kathryn W.
The table below contains links and forms that are relevant to student groups, including:
Club Recharge takes place at the beginning of each academic year and is an opportunity for your organization to gather all information necessary to ensure a successful and pro
As the only governing board comprised of students from all four undergraduate schools, the Student Governing Board (SGB) represents political, religious, activist, and humanitarian
The Interschool Governing Board (IGB) was initiated by the Student Affairs Committee of the Columbia University Senate in direct response to the specific student concerns and expre
The Activities Board at Columbia (ABC) is a part of Columbia’s student government that is responsible for funding over 150 student groups here on campus.
The first step in applying for new group recognition is to research and identify the appropriate governing board for your proposed group. The
Columbia-Supported Travel is any trip outside of New York City that meets at least one of the criteria below:
Every recognized undergraduate student group can establish a virtual presence through LionLink, Community Development's student group o
Based on the nature of the University, a student organization cannot use its allocation to actively engage in lobbying for legislation pending in any governmental body and/or be actively be involve
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