Community Development

Student of Color Leadership Retreat 2014

Students of Color Leadership Retreat 2013

Build Cross Cultural Relationships

Become a Change Agent at Barnard/Columbia

Be Part of Something Special

 

Event Registration Request Form

Any event in a University Brownstone meeting one or more of the following criteria must be registered through Residential Programs (RP) and/or the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA):

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Note that backyard access is not possible after 10:00 PM.
Please note that events may not include more than 74 individuals.
An event review may be required based on the number of participants, backyard use, attendance of non-CUID guests, and/or concerns from past events. This event review will also determine if a walk-through is required prior to the event.
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Columbia RA & CA Fave Reads

Beginning in the Fall of 2013, each RA and CA on the RP staff revealed their favorite book. Below is a compilation of the RA and CAs' favorite texts.

Civic Engagement

Civic Engagement

We define civic engagement as working to make a difference in the civic life of our communities and developing the combination of knowledge, skills, values and motivation t

The Concept and Process of Social Entrepreneurship

The Concept and Process of Social Entrepreneurship

Defining Social Entrepreneurship

Charity Drive Request

Undergraduate councils and recognized Student Groups on the Morningside Campus (ABC, CI, Club Sports, IGC, MGC, and SGB) may host charity drives in several designated lobbies upon advisor approval.  

Guidelines

Charity Drives May Only Be Permitted in the Following Lobbies:

  1. East Campus
  2. Wien
  3. Furnald
  4. John Jay
  5. Broadway
  6. Schapiro

Each box should also include a sign/label including (DO NOT tape signs to painted walls): Student organization name & group contact email

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Civic Engagement Opportunities

The Office of Student Engagement is continually updating this page with opportunities for students to enhance their leadership skills and engage in their communities. The opportunities are organized by the 5 Pathways to Service. We hope to create a centralized place where students can find civic engagement opportunities. However, we do ask that prior to engagement, you perform your due diligence on the organization. Check back as often as possible to discover the many ways that you can get involved.

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