Gradzone: News and Information for Columbia Families
Parent and Family Programs: Here to Help
Class Day and Commencement: What’s The Difference?
Guest Access and Disability Seating
International Families and Visiting the United States
Senior Portraits and the Columbian Yearbook
Welcome to Gradzone, our monthly newsletter and website, which function as a central resource for all Class Day and Commencement information and events for Columbia College and Columbia Engineering!
Every month between now and graduation your student will receive an email newsletter from Student Affairs with important updates on Class Day and Commencement activities. The Office of Parent and Family Programs will also share this …
In just a few short months, we will welcome you to campus to celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2012 from Columbia College and Columbia Engineering. This is a very special time for your student and for you and we look forward to helping you build memories that will …
Class Day is a school-specific ceremony during which individual students are recognized for their achievements. As their names are read, graduates process across the stage, are photographed, and receive their class pins. Seating is unlimited and no tickets are required for guests …
If you are travelling to the United States for Class Day and Commencement and need documentation for travel documents or visas, please have your student contact his or her Advising Dean in the Center for Student Advising. The Advising Dean will provide an official letter in support of your travel.
Did your student miss his/ her senior portrait in the fall? The last opportunity for students to have their picture taken for the Columbian Yearbook will be from February 13 – 17 – make sure your student schedules an appointment!