Everything in your program will be included, but we encourage students to bring a small amount of additional spending if they are interested in buying souvenirs from the Columbia bookstore or on excursions. Additional spending money for snacks could also be a good idea, but feel free to bring snacks when you arrive and store … Continued
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No incoming mail will be accepted.
Yes. Urgent and Emergency care locations are very close to the University.
Yes. Access is provided to participants for a fee on the Columbia University campus.
Yes. All residential dorms have access to the 24-hour police; students must use an ID card, and a staff member is on the ground floor of the dorms.
Students will have the chance to experience exciting tourist and academic-related locations to help broaden their experience and expose them to one of the most exciting areas of the East Coast. Past excursions included a NYC Exploration Day (Top of the Rock, Central Park, City boat tour) and Six Flags Great Adventure.
No, it is not required. We will provide linens that include: a towel, sheet, blanket, and pillow. However, you are more than welcome if you would like additional linens.
Yes. All of the rooms in the buildings have air conditioning.
Yes. Laundry is available in the dorm for free. Students will need their own laundry detergent.
The on-campus dining hall is within walking distance from dorms, and most meals will be eaten on campus, allowing you to interact with your fellow students and get a taste of college life. We can accommodate special diets such as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, kosher, halal, or specific food allergies.