Faculty Resources

Whether you're new to New York City or just new to our campus, find essential information here. 

Getting Around Campus

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Registering your bike is free and allows Public Safety and the New York Police Department (NYPD) a better chance at recovering it if it’s stolen or lost.

Bike Enclosures

Commuter parking bicycle enclosures provide security and weather protection, and they also house bike tire pumps and basic repair tools.

Campus Escorts

Campus safety escorts are available through the Public Safety office. A valid Columbia ID card is required.

Fitness & Wellness

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Explore Fitness Options with One Pass

One Pass offers the flexibility to try different gyms and fitness classes in one easy, affordable plan.

Fitness on Campus

Get fit at the Dodge Fitness Center on the Morningside campus or the Bard Athletic Center on the Medical Center campus

Wellness Resources

Subscribe to the Office of Work/Life Wellness Newsletter for news about step challenges, nutrition workshops, and meditation sessions.

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
  • Banks
    • 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 HallIABBarnard Hall)
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Need a break? Visit one of these cafes.

For a comprehensive listing of coffee shops on and around Columbia's campuses, visit the Columbia News website

Medical Center


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Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement

The Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement promotes and nurtures a vibrant climate of inclusive excellence through creative collaboration with University partners. Our primary focus is on fostering faculty development, diversity, planning and community-building initiatives that will allow faculty to thrive.

Center for Teaching and Learning

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) partners with faculty, students, and colleagues across the University to support excellence and innovation in teaching and learning. The CTL is committed to advancing the culture of teaching and learning at Columbia through all of its programs, services, and resources.

Office of Work/Life

The Office of Work/Life promotes the University's commitment to a working and learning environment supportive of its faculty, researchers, administrators, staff and students in their pursuit of productive and fulfilling professional and personal lives.

Columbia University Libraries

The Libraries build, sustain, and make discoverable collections that transcend traditional boundaries of format and domain, keeping pace with a dynamic and rapidly evolving information environment and creating unique opportunities for users to encounter global thought. 

Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (EOAA)

Columbia University's goal is a workforce and student body that reflects the diversity and talent of New York City, the larger metropolitan area, and the nation. In furtherance of this goal, Columbia has implemented policies and programs which seek to ensure that its employment and educational decisions are based on individual merit and not on bias or stereotypes.

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.


Contact Us

Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement
310 Low Library
535 West 116th Street, MC 4339
New York, NY 10027
(212) 854-0350

[email protected]

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