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Campus Resources

When it comes to campus resources and policies, the Office of Student Affairs is your primary source for answers to your academic questions about policies, procedures and requirements. Student Affairs can also help with: 

The Office of Student Life

The Office of Student Life aims to immerse students in professionally grounded activities that grow development through community engagement and networking.

We guide engagement with student organizations on campus and virtually. The Office of Student Life promotes community growth via school-wide events, identifying housing and a quality residential life experience, and developing leadership skills via co-curricular programming.

Additionally, the Office of Student Life provides resources to enhance physical and mental health, as well as advance discourse on critical topics pertaining to equity and inclusion. We advocate for the well-being and development of each student.

Office of Student Life
203 Lewisohn Hall
sps-studentlife [[at]] columbia [[dot]] edu

CUIT

The Columbia University Information Technology office works to assist students, faculty, staff, and alumni with their IT needs. Whether it be support using different academic systems or accessing a Columbia email account, requests can be submitted for their office’s services via the following options:

Submit a Service Ticket:
cuit.columbia.edu/student
Call the Service Desk: 212-854-1919
askcuit [[at]] columbia [[dot]] edu

WiFi

WiFi access is available to everyone, including visitors, inside and outside most buildings throughout both campuses by selecting the open network “Columbia University” on your device. Students are encouraged to configure and use the more secure WiFi option “Columbia U Secure.” Use our connection guides to help you get online. Please note that you are required to have a computer that meets our support specifications.

Dodge Fitness Center

The Dodge Fitness Center meets the educational, recreational, and wellness needs and interests of our University community. Dodge offers a comprehensive recreation and wellness program, including but not limited to: Intramural/Club Sports, Group and Personal Fitness, diverse Physical Education curricula, and Special Programming.

Health Services

Medical Services assists Columbia students when a sudden, serious illness or injury requires immediate care. Visiting students with medical problems can receive care at Health Services on an as-needed basis within business hours. Because Health Services requires its patients to have submitted their health information, students who have not already completed and returned a health form should do so as soon as possible. Program staff will coordinate all student Health Services visits; sick or injured students should communicate medical needs to an RA or program coordinator ASAP. If students are in need of after-hours care or emergency services, program staff will take students to St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital.

John Jay Hall, 4th Floor
212-854-7426

Monday–Thursday: 8:00 a.m.–6:30 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

Lerner Hall

Located on the Morningside campus, Alfred Lerner Hall is the Columbia University Student Center. Many school wide events and activities will be held at Lerner Hall. Additionally, the campus bookstore, dining hall, and cafe are located in Lerner Hall.

Dining

Campus Dining Website and Hours of Operations

Public Safety

The Department of Public Safety has Emergency Response Protocols to provide members of the Columbia community with important information on what to do in the event of a broad range of emergencies that may occur on campus. Students and parents can register for emergency alerts.

101 Low Library
Main Line: 212-854-2797
Emergency Line: 212-854-5555