Student Experience and Community
Columbia Health comprises more than 130 medical providers, dietitians, disability specialists, health educators, therapists, psychiatrists, peer counselors, student personnel, support staff, and administrative professionals. All programs and services provided by Columbia Health adhere to strict standards of confidentiality in compliance with State and Federal laws.
Dodge Fitness Center features three floors of cardiovascular and strength equipment, a 160-meter indoor running track, an eight-lane 25-yard swimming pool, multi-sport gymnasia, and ten squash courts.
Sexual respect is a commitment to communicating and acting with integrity and respect for others.
Columbia University's Office of Work/Life fosters the well-being of the Columbia community and its people in their pursuit of meaningful and productive academic, personal, and work lives.
To help promote civility, mutual respect and ethical conduct, and to identify ways to prevent disruptive conflict by alerting the administration to policy issues and to recommend changes in University practices
Disability Services (DS) provides accommodations and services to eligible students, both virtually and in-person, dependent upon the student’s location as well as the classroom setting
ISSO serves the immigration-related needs of Columbia’s international community, providing advisory and documentation services and information on a host of issues.
The Office of the University Chaplain designs and sponsors a variety of programs on matters of justice, faith, and spirituality for small and large campus groups.
DSC in the Science & Engineering Library fulfills the vision of Columbia Libraries to consolidate and redefine library spaces for the twenty-first century.
DHC is a research and instructional facility designed to help faculty and students incorporate computer-based textual, bibliographic, image, and video information.
Columbia University Libraries/Information Services offers many ways to support your research.
The libraries are here to support your teaching and research.
Learn about the many services and resources made available to students through Columbia University Information Technology.
Admitted students who have accepted the offer of admission are encouraged to make inquiries into housing options as early as possible. To apply for housing, complete the Columbia Residential application by the deadline indicated in your letter of admission. To apply, you will first need to successfully activate your UNI. For more information about university housing, see the Columbia Residential website. Because Columbia housing is extremely limited, we strongly encourage you to research the Off-Campus Housing Marketplace.