The University has now updated our events policy to strongly discourage non-essential events of more than 25 people on all of our campuses
Classes are suspended Monday 3/9/20 and Tuesday 3/10/20. This suspension of activities will allow the University to prepare to shift to remote classes for the remainder of the week.
In light of the rapidly changing COVID-19 information, the University's updated policy strongly discourages non-essential events of more than 25 people on all campuses.
Although classes are suspended, the University is not closed. We will continue all other business as usual to the extent we reasonably can.
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.
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.
Additional details on classes, housing and campus resources.
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.
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.
Undergraduate residential students in Columbia Housing have been advised to move out by Tuesday, March 17. See FAQs for additional information.
Accelerated check out timeline for undergraduate residential students to Tuesday, March 17. Additional updates to campus and academic operations.
Students have until 5PM today, March 16, to retrieve their items. Libraries also provide additional guidance on book returns.
Libraries close in the interest of safety for students, faculty, and staff.
Widespread community transmission of COVID-19 in New York City. Take crucial measures to keep the virus from spreading further.
Faculty House lunch service and community hour suspended.
Virtual instruction to resume March 26. Announcement about University Commencement
This FAQ contains information specific to Columbia and more general information about the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).