As a members of the University community, students are expected to uphold the highest standards of respect, integrity and civility. Students can also seek guidance about how to report a general concern or get support with academic or gender-based misconduct, harassment or a University rules violation.
International students have access to programs and support services to help them as they transition to the Columbia community, including helping them connect with the numerous international communities on campus, and supporting and assisting them as they plan for life beyond Columbia.
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.
Students’ friendships, academics and extracurricular activities extend into the residence halls, creating an active campus life and strong residential communities and learning environments where creativity and connections can flourish are fostered.
Students have access to student groups, events, education, advocacy and other services and resources to help all students explore and better understand racial and ethnic identities, histories, experiences and communities at Columbia and beyond.