Update on status of Columbia community member and plans for virtual class instruction.
An update on the public health measures that inform our campus policies, including social distancing, self-isolation, isolation, and quarantine.
All classes for the remainder of the semester will be conducted online. Students who are able to move out of undergraduate residence halls for the rest of the semester are encouraged to do so.
Additional details on classes, housing and campus resources.
Today, the University announced all classes for the remainder of the semester will be conducted online. Students who are able to move out of undergraduate residence halls for the rest of the semester are encouraged to do so.
Updates on undergraduate residence hall move out and designated personnel.
In light of public health circumstances, libraries are closed until further notice. Colleagues at the University are working diligently to support teaching, scholarship, and research for however long current interruptions to ordinary life continue.
As the University responds to COVID-19 by working to reduce on-campus populations, including in research, it is imperative to rapidly ramp down most of our on-site, in-person research activities.
To significantly reduce the number of students in our residence halls, any student who can leave must leave, by Tuesday, March 17. Some students will not be able to leave, and for us to care for them, in every sense, we need the space to do so.
Undergraduate residential students in Columbia Housing have been advised to move out by Tuesday, March 17. See FAQs for additional information.
Urgent Action Required for Students with Lockers/Carrels at Butler Library
Widespread community transmission of COVID-19 in New York City. Take crucial measures to keep the virus from spreading further.
Effective Monday, March 23, both lunch service in the Faculty House dining room and Community Hour in the Lounge are suspended for the remainder of the semester.
Virtual instruction to resume March 26. Traditional Commencement Week ceremonies postponed.
To increase physician ranks during this global pandemic, Columbia University announced that graduation will be moved up by more than a month.
Decision comes in an effort to help colleagues at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital who are at the center of the global coronavirus pandemic. Shuttle bus service has also been made available.
"Contagion" stars team up with Columbia scientists to produce homemade videos with advice and a message of unity.
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Columbia's Dr. Eldad Hod launches trials focused on determining if antibodies from COVID-19 survivors’ blood can help combat coronavirus.
In response to the growing need for ventilators in New York state, doctors at Columbia University Irving Medical Center have developed a ventilator-sharing method that fully supports two patients simultaneously with one device.
Learning resources will be available online at no cost to all students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Megan Coffee, an adjunct assistant professor at Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health, said that the research holds promise.
Emily Drake '22 is spending her first deployment supporting a drive-through testing site and leading a squad that distributes food in New York's Westchester County.
Researchers at Columbia's Makerspace design, prototype, scale up, and manufacture thousands of face shields for CUIMC, NewYork-Presbyterian and other heathcare providers across the country.
Forty percent of the University’s print collections will now be temporarily available in digital format following the HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service announcement.
During a recent virtual discussion, faculty members Robert Fullilove and Merlin Chowkwanyun examined the scope of the current problem and ways to combat hateful remarks and behavior.
Public health scientists predict that school closures will exacerbate risk factors for weight gain associated with summer recess among many children in the U.S.
To support those most severely impacted by the pandemic in upper Manhattan, the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, the NAACP and Columbia University are working to support and co-sponsor a variety of initiatives
Capable of treating as many as 288 patients with mild COVID-19 symptoms, the facility will help to alleviate demand on the main NYP/CUIMC hospital facilities.
To expand support to the frontline workers of New York City hospitals and clinics during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the University has made a total of 455 beds available.