Announcements

Enforcement of 'Key to NYC' Measures Begins Soon

Everyone over the age of 12 is required to show proof of vaccination to enter many New York City indoor activities such as restaurants, movie theaters, and gyms—including some on Columbia's campuses. Look for the signs!

Even with a near-fully vaccinated campus, the risks presented by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the dominant, more transmissible, Delta variant compel us to maintain an abundance of caution. 

Our next forum, scheduled for August 24, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., will focused on classroom instruction and campus readiness.

This forum will again be focused on classroom instruction and campus readiness, featuring Julie Kornfeld, PhD, MPH, Vice Provost for Academic Programs, and others.

Thanks to an overwhelmingly positive response, nearly 99 percent of faculty and staff with campus access are in full compliance with the vaccination mandate, as are 93 percent of students.

New York State has passed legislation that requires employers to adopt a prevention plan to protect against the transmission of future airborne infectious diseases in the workplace.

Building access for the fall semester

Facilities and Operations summary of the pandemic-related measures and other initiatives to continually improve the campus experience for all. 

During this session, we will focus on the most pressing questions and will not be taking live questions.

All policies are in accordance with the University Task Force, city, and state health and safety guidelines. These venue policies and protocols are effective immediately.

Everyone over the age of 12 is required to show proof of vaccination to enter many New York City indoor activities such as restaurants, movie theaters, and gyms—including some on Columbia's campuses. Look for the signs!

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