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  • Columbia GS | School of General Studies | Columbia University in the City of New York
    Columbia was out of my league until I attended a regional information sess nbsp nbsp Continue Kyle nbspBukhari nbsp 13 A lifelong dream of mine was to go to university but due to my continuous performing schedule and international travel it had not been feasible I decided to finally make that dream a reali nbsp nbsp Continue In honor of Veterans Day 2015 Columbia University School of General Studies student veterans participated in the Veterans Day Parade nbsp nbsp Continue Christina nbspGray nbsp 15 When I decided to return to school I was set on having the full experience that I d been seeking the first time but began to think it wasn t possible for someone with a background li nbsp nbsp Continue Lakshmi nbspGopal nbsp 11 At GS I encountered professors and mentors who were keen and honest observers of the world they inhabit I attended classes with an amazing variety of people all of whom have enriched my lif nbsp nbsp Continue Gac nbspFilipaj nbsp 12 I love Seneca s letters because they re written in the spirit in which I was educated in my family not to look for fame and fortune but to have a simple honest honorable life nbsp nbsp Continue Samantha nbspJackson nbsp 11 I am guided by the African principle Sankofa which means to return to the past in order to build for the future Thus I have decided to study at Columbia for the purpose of building a futu nbsp nbsp Continue Liza nbspSt John nbsp After years of going on auditions and working day jobs I realized I missed learning and wanted to go back to school for a well rounded education At GS I ve developed my creative nbsp nbsp Continue Columbia University s Morningside Campus sits at 116th

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  • Contact Us | General Studies
    Out More Contact Us Contact Us Find Out More Contact Us Contact Us In Brief About GS The School of General Studies is the college at Columbia University for nontraditional undergraduate students Nontraditional students include Persons whose education since high school has been interrupted or postponed for at least one academic year Individuals who for personal or professional reasons need to attend on a part time basis Frequently Asked Questions Our Frequently Asked Questions pages contain answers to many of the questions prospective students may have Answers to general questions about our degree program including the following topics may be found on our FAQ page Student Experience Campus Setting Registration Scheduling Housing Parking Answers to general questions about applying to GS may be found on the FAQ page including the following topics Obtaining More Information and an Application Application Procedures Financial Aid Entrance Exams SATs International Students Answers to general questions pertaining to transfer students including the following topics Transferring Credits Life Experience Credits Request Information To request admissions materials please visit the Request Information page Columbia University School of General Studies 408 Lewisohn Hall MC4101 2970 Broadway New York NY 10027 Phone 1 212 854 2772 Toll Free 1

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  • Visit | General Studies
    undergraduate college for nontraditional students Directions Click here for directions to the Morningside Campus before you leave home download an audio walking tour of the architecture found on campus for your MP3 player Campus Map Click here to see the Campus Map Accommodations For information about hotel accommodations near the Columbia University Morningside Campus please visit the Columbia Travel Portal The Columbia University Neighborhood Located in Morningside Heights on Manhattan

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  • Current Students | General Studies
    EST GS Placement Exam Math Part II Date December 11 2015 01 45 pm 02 25 pm EST DOS News and Announcements Funding Available for GS Students Posted Dec 1 The GS Student Life Allocations Board invites students and student organizations to apply for funding for events and initiatives Peer Advising Hours Posted Nov 13 Students are invited to attend Peer Advising hours in the GS Lounge Sunday to Friday Study Abroad Events and Opportunities Featured Summer Arabic Language Info Session Date and Time Wed Dec 9 4 10 5 10 p m Location 208 Knox Hall Students interested in studying abroad are invited to apply for upcoming opportunities and to attend events to learn more about various study abroad programs Read more Upcoming Events New Student Orientation Week Date January 11 2016 January 15 2016 Location Columbia University Morningside Campus New Student Orientation Week Date January 11 2016 January 15 2016 Location Columbia University Morningside Campus General Studies Undergraduate New Student Orientation Date January 11 2016 08 00 am 05 00 pm EST Location Alfred Lerner Hall Columbia University Morningside Campus News Announcements Courses Degree Fulfillment Academic Calendar Academic Advisement Academic Resource Center Forms Majors and Concentrations Additional Academic

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  • Financing Your Education | General Studies
    aid for GS students including institutional federal and state aid Applying for Aid Information for prospective students Information for current students Financial Aid Initiatives Need Enhancements In 2008 GS announced a plan to enhance financial aid that targeted continuing students with the highest demonstrated economic need and substantial loan debt This enhancement constituted a 29 percent increase in the financial aid budget for the 2008 2009 academic year resulting in an additional 1 7 million being disbursed for GS institutional aid GS will sustain this need enhancement for continuing students who met published deadlines for all aspects of the financial aid process in the 2009 2010 academic year while also increasing the overall financial aid pool by an additional 17 percent or approximately 1 3 million Funding for Columbia s financial aid enhancements is provided entirely by generous alumni and friends of the University through annual fund gifts and permanent endowments Endowed Scholarships In March 2009 GS received generous gifts of 1 5 million each from Larry Lawrence 69 BUS 71 and an anonymous donor This 3 million will be used as a challenge matching fund to encourage alumni and friends to establish endowed scholarships for 100 000 or more matched dollar for dollar from the new fund The ultimate result will be an increase of 6 million to the GS financial aid endowment or 30 percent Columbia Campaign for Undergraduate Education The Columbia Campaign for Undergraduate Education seeks to raise more than 440 million in new gifts to undergraduate financial aid endowment Success in meeting the campaign goals for GS will increase the endowment by 15 million a 68 percent increase and make an additional 10 million in current use funds available for undergraduate financial aid over the campaign period The Columbia University FAFSA school code is 002707 Costs

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  • Admissions | General Studies
    part time GS is also home to the Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program the Joint Program with Jewish Theological Seminary the Dual BA Program Between Columbia University and Sciences Po and the Joint Bachelor s Degree Program between City University of Hong Kong and Columbia University Program Overview Majors and Concentrations Information Sessions Applying to GS Admissions Advisement Admissions Checklist Costs and Financing News Once Admitted Campus Life Transfer Students Military Veterans

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  • Alumni | General Studies
    February 2016 Graduates Date December 15 2015 06 00 pm 08 00 pm EST Location Faculty House Presidential Ballroom 64 Morningside Drive New York New York 10027 Read more Alumni News Atti Worku 14 Continues to Work for Education Change in Ethiopia Posted October 19 2015 GS alumna Atti Worku has been spearheading meaningful change in education in her home city of Adama Ethiopia since 2005 when she founded Seeds of Africa a nonprofit organization that works to directly address systemic problems in the local school system and surrounding community by providing education and resources Alumnus Inaugurated as President of Middlesex Community College October 16 2015 On October 15 Dr James Mabry was inaugurated as Middlesex Community College s fourth president Mabry graduated from GS in 1981 2015 All Class Reunion Highlights Transformations June 17 2015 Transformation of alumni themselves and of the School of General Studies itself was the theme of this year s All Class Reunion Read more Events Calendar News Resources and Benefits Alumni Directory Alumni Ambassadors OWL Magazine Reunion Give to GS Contact Alumni Relations Give to GS Your contributions enhance GS financial aid Read about how you can participate and contribute by giving to GS

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  • Find out more | General Studies
    GS Find Out More Postbac Premed About About GS GS Calendar News My GS Story Press Room Contact Us Sitemap Home Find Out More Find out more Find Out More Find out more Find out more page 408 Lewisohn Hall

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