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Be a part of it all.Find the perfect complement to your academic life by joining one of the many clubs and organizations on campus. Many students even start their own. Get involved in a community service project or volunteer for an event. It's a great way to meet like-minded students, expand your circle of friends, and enrich your experience.
Consider taking on a leadership role in the Student Government or the Dean's Advisory Board. Or help to bring top-name speakers to campus through the Silfen Leadership Series. There are more than 100 events and conferences happening here each week, one to match every interest.
Student leaders play a vital role in shaping life at Columbia Business School. Get involved with the Student Government, the Dean's Advisory Board, the Peer Advisors, or one of our other leadership groups to ensure the Columbia experience is the best it can be.
At Columbia, we place a big emphasis on giving back to the local community. In New York City, you have to — there's no ivory tower to hide in. Our students volunteer in a number of different ways. Find the one that's best for you.
Our alumni aren't just remarkable — they're remarkably accessible. Find out the various ways you can start building relationships with our global alumni network while still a student.
Our social media presence allows students, faculty members, and alumni to stay connected with the Columbia Business School community by viewing and sharing the latest photos, videos, and updates from the School. Stay up to date by following the School on Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Google+, YouTube, and LinkedIn.
Prepare to forget what boredom ever felt like. With hundreds of social, professional, and academic events for a huge range of interests, our students always have something exciting on their plates.
During Commencement Week, each school hosts its own ceremony — for the Business School this is the Recognition Ceremony — to individually recognize graduates for their successful completion of requirements. Such events feature visiting speakers, student speakers, and welcome graduates to stage, providing much-enjoyed photo opportunities to commemorate the occasion.