Students seeking help for body image concerns or eating disorders have access to eating disorder assessments and counseling, which can include short-term individual or group counseling, and nutritional consultations.
Support for students with learning disabilities includes scheduling a non-clinical consultation and learning more about academic accommodations available, including note taking, testing accommodations and other support services. Students seeking reasonable accommodations or support services from Disability Services are required to register with the office.
Students have access to student groups, events, education, advocacy and other services and resources to help all students explore and better understand diverse queer and trans idenitities, experiences and communities at Columbia and beyond.
Columbia works to foster a welcoming and inclusive community by supporting undergraduate students in the development of skills and awareness of self and others required to responsibly engage, serve and lead at Columbia and beyond.
Relationships, as a means of social support, are integral to staying healthy. Learn how to build and maintain healthy relationships, identify signs of unhealthy relationships and manage complexities in relationships.
Violence in relationships can take different forms. Students have access to support to help them understand the definitions of sexual violence as well as to find prevention and consent education programs, and services to support survivors.
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.
Students looking for support to manage common concerns ‚Äî including stress reduction, substance use, trauma, identity concerns and more ‚Äî can talk with peers in support groups facilitated by a clinician.