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Miller Theatre at Columbia University is the leading presenter of new music in New York City and one of the most vital forces nationwide for innovative programming.
Advances Columbia University's historical, critical, and creative engagement with the visual arts.
The Lenfest Center for the Arts is the the second building to have opened on the University’s Manhattanville campus.
Columbia’s sculpture of the Scholars’ Lion by Greg Wyatt stands on a large granite pedestal and faces East. It is a larger-than-life walking lion made in bronze.
This neighborhood in New York City is home to the world’s leading academic and religious institutions.
Offers a plethora of textbooks, apparel, electronics and school supplies.
Provides a venue for hundreds of religious and campus events each year, including worship services, concerts, university and private ceremonies.
Is committed to making our campus and its surrounding community safe and secure.
Facilitates equal access to campus life and academic experiences for students with disabilities, as well as mobility access for visitors with disabilities.
Columbia University Libraries is one of the top five academic research libraries in North America.
Seeks to advance the public good by engaging Columbia University students in high-quality service in partnership with community organizations.
The Baker Athletics Complex is the athletics and recreational facility for Columbia's outdoor varsity sports and recreational programs.
A premier event space at Columbia University in Upper Manhattan welcoming meetings, events and banquets.
Open on Thursdays and Sundays, this market serves a diverse population including university students to Upper West Side residents.