Office of Communications
The School of the Arts Office of Communications helps get the word out about all of the amazing things our students, alumni, and faculty are doing on- and off-campus, around New York City, and all over the world.
School of the Arts faculty, staff, alumni and students are encouraged to contact us with news by emailing email@example.com. This email address can be used to submit content the screens around Dodge, Nash, and Lenfest as well.
For all other Communications requests, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reporters and other members of the media should visit the Columbia University Press Room to contact the appropriate press officer and to learn about the University's media and film policies.
The School of the Arts News Team, made up of student Communications Fellows, manages the flow of news on the School of the Arts website and social media. To report news, email email@example.com.
Book our on-staff photographer to document your events or classes using our online booking form.
Book our team of Media Fellows to capture video of your event or class. All Media Fellow inquiries should go to Rich Dikeman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We maintain an archive of photos that are available for your web and print projects. More information coming soon.
Logos, Branding & Identity
Access logos for Columbia University School of the Arts and all of its associated sub-brands. More information on logos and SOA Style Guide coming soon.
Engage our in-house design resources for digital and print presentations. These services are only available to School of the Arts faculty and staff. Email email@example.com to request a project.
The Office of Communications manages the School-wide Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds, and YouTube and Vimeo channels. To share news for these networks, email firstname.lastname@example.org or tag us @columbiasoa (Twitter) or @columbiaschoolofthearts (Instagram).
Request a Website Update
To request a website update, email email@example.com.