Whether you're new to New York City or just new to our campus, find essential information here.
Getting Around Campus
Fitness & Wellness
New to NYC? Here are some neighborhood essentials.
- Post Office - located at 534 West 112th Street (between Broadway and Amsterdam)
- New York Public Library, Morningside branch - located at 2900 Broadway at 113th Street
- Bank of America - 2770 Broadway - 107th St.
- Chase - 2824-26 Broadway - 109th St.
- Chase - ATMs on corner of 113th and Broadway by McBain Hall
- Citibank - 2861 Broadway - 111th St.
- Citibank - 1310 Amsterdam Ave - Between LaSalle and 123rd Streets
- Citibank - ATMs on Campus (Lerner Hall, IAB, Barnard Hall)
- Parking near campus
Need a break? Visit one of these cafes.
- Nous Espresso Bar in the Philosophy Building, Room 301
- Joe Coffee in Pulitzer Hall, School of Journalism
- Brownie’s Cafe in Avery Hall, Columbia GSAPP
- Joe Coffee in the NW Corner Science Building
- Dear Mama Coffee in the Jerome L. Greene Science Center
- Hilltop Perk, 83 Haven Avenue and in Black building 1st Floor
- Barnes & Noble Cafe in the Hammer Health Sciences building
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Center for Teaching and Learning
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Office of Work/Life
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Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (EOAA)
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Office of University Life
Columbia is intensely diverse and robustly pluralistic -- with 16 schools and students, faculty and staff from myriad disciplines, backgrounds and experiences. Yet we share a collective commitment to advancing learning and knowledge at the highest level, and to sharing these efforts throughout the world.
The Office of University Life is your hub for University-wide student life information and initiatives.