CA/T Community Classes
The Columbia University School of the Arts Writing Program offers free non-credit writing courses to all current Columbia and Barnard students, staff, affiliates and all School of the Arts alumni. These courses are taught by current MFA Writing students in the graduate Writing Program, and are aimed at exploring the genres of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry while offering critical feedback on student work.
Upcoming CCC instruction (specific start date, course content, teaching format: online vs. in-person) will be determined in accordance with University policy and held under proper social-distancing guidelines in response to COVID-19.
Please check this website for updates regarding the upcoming CCC schedule. For additional questions, please email [email protected].
Please check this website for updates regarding the upcoming CCC schedule.
If you have a question about a specific class, you may email the instructor directly. All and any other questions may be directed to the CCC program coordinator at [email protected].
How many classes can I take a semester?
Students are allowed up to 2 classes a semester. Please contact the CCC program coordinator for additional questions or requests at [email protected].
What if I’m a non-School of the Arts alumni?
If you are not an alumni or a graduate of Columbia University School of the Arts, please email [email protected] for potential enrollment.
When will I find out which class I’ve been assigned?
The CCC program coordinator will reach out via email the week before classes begin.
How can I reach my specific CCC instructor?
Columbia University affiliates are able to access their instructor through the LionMail system.