Community Development

Constituency Meetings

Constituency Meetings are hosted by the CC/SEAS Office of Multicultural Affairs.  Constituency meetings provide an opportunity for various members of a specific social identity group to build

Mentoring

Would you find it helpful to have a Columbia student to answer some of your questions about professors, courses, living in the residence halls, making friends, clubs and organizations, internships,

Social Justice & Inter/Intra Cultural Programming

The OMA works to foster a campus climate where individuals from diverse backgrounds interact on various levels.

Advocacy

One of the OMA’s objectives is to support students when they have been treated unjustly with respect to their diversity at Columbia.

The Block

Welcome to “The Block” residential area of Columbia University!  The Block consist

Rules and Regulations

The spring Urban New York program is open to all undergraduate CC, SEAS, and Barnard College students as well as transfer and exchange students.

Student Engagement

Student Engagement is committed to building a strong sense of campus community, helping students enhance their leadership skills and engage in their communities, and to explore the cocurricular opp

Fifth Floor Policy

Use of the Common Areas

The Student Group Resource Area also has informal chill-out/meeting areas for students to network, study, relax, and/or take a break in, etc.

Creating a New Group

The first step in applying for new group recognition is to research and identify the appropriate governing board for your proposed group.  The

Writing a Constitution

Student group constitutions do not have to be long-winded, Victorian-style proclamations.

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