Residential living at Columbia University offers students a range of options to continue learning beyond classroom experiences.
Samuel Roberts (BA in History and African-American Studies, double-major, University of Virginia, 1995; MA in History, Princeton University, 1997; PhD in History, Princeton Univers
Residing in the Living-Learning Center (LLC), housed in Hartley and
Women's Ways of Leading is a component of Leadership Evolution and Development (LEAD) specifically focused on women's leadership development.
Lea Robinson, Assistant Director OMA/Manager LGBTQA Programming a
Queer Peers & Allies is a peer advising program supported by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Columbia's Counseling and Psychological Services.
Student Engagement is pleased to offer the Urban New York program to First Year students this fall. The program provides CC, SEAS, and Barnard first year s
Fraternities and sororities have been a part of Columbia University for over 175 years and have existed by virtue of the University's endorsement and support.