Columbia College held its first-ever Virtual Class Day to celebrate the Class of 2020.
Columbia University announced plans to expand next year’s academic calendar to take advantage of three terms of equal length (fall, spring and summer), in order to offer flexible opportunities for students to attain their educational goals and to increase the likelihood of in-person classes.
Abigail Hickman CC’21 and Arianna Menzelos CC’21 have been awarded Udall Scholarships.
Anna Beloborodova CC’21 and other College students launch Hearts Over Hands, a volunteer organization that virtually matches university students with families nationwide who are in need of childcare support.
Kara Schechtman CC’19 and Hamed Nilforoshan CC’19 have been selected to be a part of the 2020 cohort of Knight-Hennessy Scholars, a premier scholars program at Stanford University.
Georgia Essig CC’20, a computer science major with a concentration in Russian language and culture, and Ariana Mao CC’20, a double major in sociology and economics, have been named valedictorian and salutatorian respectively, the top academic honors for the Columbia College Class of 2020.
Szabolcs (Szabi) and Emese Márka CC’22 make masks aplenty in their Morningside home.
Columbia College congratulates its award-winning students.
Columbia College has announced the names of 94 seniors who will be initiated into Phi Beta Kappa.
Columbia College is pleased to announce that Hon. Rolando T. Acosta CC’79, LAW’82 will deliver the keynote remarks for its first-ever virtual Class Day ceremony. Class Day will take place Tuesday, May 19 and is an annual event that honors the achievements of the graduating class. The keynote speaker is selected from a list of recommendations from the Columbia College Senior Class Council.