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Columbia’s Morningside campus runs from West 114th Street to West 120th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue. You may enter campus through the main gates at 116th Street or through the 117th Street gates during business hours.

The Admissions Office at Columbia Business School is located on campus in 216 Uris Hall; the address is 3022 Broadway at 117th Street. You may enter campus through the main gates at 116th Street or through the 117th Street gates during business hours.

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MBA Admissions Office
216 Uris Hall
PhD Program
311 Uris Hall

Executive MBA Program
404 Warren Hall

Executive Education Program
4th Floor Armstrong Hall

By Car

Columbia is best reached by taking the 95th/96th Street exit of the Henry Hudson Parkway (West Side Highway). Use the 95th Street off-ramp and turn left onto Riverside Drive. Proceed north to 116th Street. A right turn at 116th Street leads you to the campus gate.

To reach the Henry Hudson Parkway:

From the North

Take the New York Thruway (Route 87) to the Cross Bronx Expressway in the direction of the George Washington Bridge. Bear right as you approach the bridge and take the exit for the Henry Hudson Parkway south.

The New England Thruway (I-95) becomes the Cross Bronx Expressway. Proceed as above.

Take the Saw Mill River Parkway south or the Cross County Parkway west to the Henry Hudson Parkway south.

From the West

Take the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) north or I-80 east to the George Washington Bridge. As you cross the bridge, follow signs to the exit for the Henry Hudson Parkway south.

By Train or Bus

Trains and buses arrive at New York's Grand Central Station, Pennsylvania Station, or Port Authority Bus Terminal, from which you can take public transportation or a taxi north to campus.

By Air

If you are arriving at LaGuardia, Kennedy, or Newark airport, taxi service is available to campus, and bus service is available to Grand Central Station and the Port Authority Bus Terminal. The M60 city bus can be taken directly from LaGuardia Airport to Columbia.

By Public Transportation

Five bus lines (M4, M5, M11, M60, M104) and one subway line (the No. 1 local) serve the Columbia neighborhood. The M60 bus is a direct link between the campus and LaGuardia Airport. When taking the subway, the Columbia stop is 116th Street. Do not take express trains Nos. 2 and 3, which eventually follow a different route and do not stop at Columbia University. If you take these express trains, be certain to transfer at 96th Street to the No. 1 local. Google Maps provides a helpful guide to navigating the city using public transportation.

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