Looking for guidance related to your academic experience on campus? Your adviser can help you select classes and plan your schedule, choose a major or concentration, discuss your academic needs and develop educational goals.
Equal access for students with disabilities including physical, hearing, visual, learning and psychological conditions. Students seeking reasonable accommodations or support services from Disability Services are required to register with the office.
Students looking for guidance as they conduct research can access a variety of tools and guidance through the Columbia Libraries, including services specifically for undergraduates. Students also have access to support as they search for research opportunities both on- and off-campus.
When life gets stressful, take a deep breath! Relax. Catch some ZZZs. Refuel and refresh. Students have access to a variety of resources to help cope with stress, so be sure to reach out to people who can help.
The reasons to spend a summer, semester or year abroad vary from person to person. Consider your personal, academic and professional goals and motivations for study abroad. Study abroad should not be a parenthesis in your life, but rather an experience that shapes and influences your future.
Students take leaves of absence from Columbia for a variety of reasons. Students can learn more about the length of time they can be away, tuition, financial aid, housing and health insurance, and about procedures for returning from a leave.