required reading: around campus
NSOP is just around the corner, which means you’re probably already perusing the schedule of events.
We’re sure you all have plenty of questions about move-in day, the most obvious being, “What’s it actually like? What happens once I get to campus? Will I have enough time to unpack everything before the day’s mandatory events? And how in the world will I be able to carry all of my stuff up to my 15th-floor John Jay single without making ten million trips?!?”...
Attending CU is incredibly expensive. From tuition to housing to the general cost of living in Manhattan, expenses can pose a burden on many students. However, Columbia and Barnard both partner with the Federal Work-Study program to provide financial assistance to students who demonstrate need by paying them for part-time work....
Whether it be for your mental well-being or to help you find the medicine you need to battle a particularly nasty cold, Columbia and Barnard have loads of resources available to help you stay healthy....
MoHi may only be 15 blocks long and three blocks wide, but there are a ton of things here. Here’s a comprehensive map of everything you need as a college student—restaurants, book stores, subway stops, and much more....
For a prospective student or a first-year, stepping onto a college campus surrounded by big stone buildings and green lawns full of intimidating upperclassmen can be scary. Yes, there are occasionally signs and posters that tell you where you are, but you might be too anxious to even stop and look at them during your first couple of days here, whether it’s during the New Student Orientation Program or Days on Campus....