Student Affairs

In This Newsletter

  • Don't Miss Summer Advising
  • Columbia Mentoring Initiative Applications
  • Disability Services
  • International Students and the Visa Process
  • Upcoming Events
  • Important Dates

One of Columbia’s most valuable and exciting educational opportunities is found in the active exchange among the students themselves. Everyone brings to campus unique as well as shared voices, knowledge bases, cultures, and beliefs that may be informed by various social identities (e.g. race, religion and spirituality, class, gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, nationality). Acknowledging and discussing these perspectives allow us to better understand the rich experiences that shape the lenses though which we see the world, the people around us, and our life at the University.

To spark this dialogue during NSOP, Under1Roof is a phenomenal way for you to connect with students, hear others’ stories, learn how students have spearheaded social change on campus, and …

New York City Summer Advising, June 19

Don't Miss Summer Advising

It's not too late to catch one of our Summer Advising sessions! Columbia advising deans have had a busy season so far, traveling to destinations across the globe to welcome you and your families to the Columbia community and to help prepare you for your move to campus and the transition ahead. Check the Summer Advising schedule for locations and dates. If registration is closed, please feel free to walk in to a session and register on-site!

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News & Announcements

Columbia Mentoring Initiative Applications

Columbia Mentoring Initiative (CMI) is administered by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and fosters mentoring relationships among historically underrepresented first-year students (students of color, LGBTQ students, international students, and Arab and Middle Eastern students), returning students, …

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Disability Services

Columbia makes every effort to provide an accessible NSOP experience and to accommodate students with disabilities. If you require disability accommodations or are unsure about needing support to attend our events, please contact the Disability Services Office. Please call (212) 854-2284 or email …

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International Students and the Visa Process

If you are an international student, you should have started the visa process by now. If you have not, please reach out to the International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO) via email. The ISSO staff is here to help you prepare …

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Upcoming Events

Jun
21
Summer Advising in London, UK
Jun
21
Summer Advising in San Francisco, CA
Jun
22
Summer Advising in Seoul, SK
Jun
23
Summer Advising in New York, NY
Jun
24
Summer Advising in Seattle, WA
Jun
26
Summer Advising in Hong Kong, HK
Jun
28
Summer Advising in Singapore, SN
Jul
1
Summer Advising in New York, NY
Jul
2
Summer Advising in Honolulu, Hawaii
Jul
13
Summer Advising in Mumbai, India

Important Dates

Jul
8
Acceptances and Payments are due for all Pre-Orientation Programs
Jul
27
Disability Service Requests
Aug
1
Residence Hall Assignment Notification
Aug
3
Fall 2012 Tuition Statement Generated on SSOL
Aug
19
CUE Program Move-In
Aug
22
COÖP and ISOP Programs Move-In
Aug
27
Move-In, Family Orientation, and Convocation
Aug
27
NSOP Begins After Convocation
Sep
4
First Day of Fall 2012 Classes