Most Requested Services
Use the links below to learn more about the resources offered by Columbia.
The Office of the University Chaplain fosters learning and personal growth through spiritual, ethical, religious, political and cultural exchange.
Community Impact serves individuals in need in the communities of Upper Manhattan while providing meaningful volunteering and leadership opportunities for students at Columbia University and Barnard College.
Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT) provides IT services to empower Columbia.
Columbia Dining is committed to one thing: Good Food.
Disability Services facilitates equal access for students with disabilities by coordinating accommodations and support services
The Physical Education & Recreation Program of Columbia University in the City of New York meets the educational, recreational and wellness needs and interests of our University community.
Columbia Entrepreneurship was founded to support, invigorate, accelerate, and motivate the Columbia community’s programs and culture around innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship.
Columbia Health advances the well-being of the Columbia University community and the personal and academic development of students.
Students who are enrolled full-time in a housing-eligible degree program may apply for housing through Columbia Residential.
The Intercampus Shuttle runs Monday to Friday, excluding University holidays.
The International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO) offers many services for international students as well as American citizens and permanent residents who have studied in a foreign country.
Columbia provides Lactation Rooms to support nursing mothers returning to work, school, or campus.
The Libraries' collection includes resources in more than 450 languages and primary source materials that span over 4,000 years of human thought.
An email is sent out at the beginning of each semester inviting students to apply for a locker. For additional information, contact GS Student Life.
A confidential place to discuss workplace issues, academic concerns, issues relating to administrative paperwork and process, explanation and interpretation of policies and procedures, and many other issues or concerns.
You may park on the streets around campus or use the local parking garages. The garages below are listed from south to north.
Columbia University Department of Public Safety strives to enhance the quality of life for the Columbia community by maintaining a secure and open environment where the safety of all is balanced with the rights of the individual.
Weekly meetings and worship services are available at Columbia for people of many different faiths and religions.
Live Well | Learn Well aims to create a campus culture that values and promotes individual well-being and a healthy community for undergraduates at Columbia University.
Writing Center consultants offer feedback and strategies to help students improve at every stage of their writing, from brainstorming to final drafts.
Morningside Campus: (212) 854-5555
Medical Center Campus: (212) 305-7979
Medical Services: (212) 854-7426