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Office of Student Affairs

COVID-19 Resources

 

Additional Resources for those in need of support during this time:

A Welcome Message from Laila Maher

Dean of Student and Alumni Affairs

 

The Office of Student Affairs provides a wide range of services. In addition to guiding new students through the process of transitioning to the School of the Arts, we plan the School-wide orientation, graduation ceremony, and many events and panels in between. We assist students with registration, billing, and co-curricular requirements and activities. We support student groups and manage student events and activities, and we help students navigate many of the central offices across the University, including Health Services (which houses the Office of Disability Services, Insurance, Immunization, and Counseling and Psychological Services), Career Services, Housing, Public Safety, University Life, the International Students and Scholars Office, and the Registrars Office. Our office also helps to uphold many of the School and University-wide policies and we manage the School’s disciplinary procedures.

 

The Artists’ Resource Center (ARC), also part of our Office, is a portal containing specially curated funding opportunities and career resources for students and alumni at the Columbia University School of the Arts. Available exclusively to School of the Arts students and alumni, the ARC is host to a database of more than 1,100 grants, scholarships, residencies, and other funding opportunities for artists. The ARC also contains resources for professional artists, from financial and legal services to grantwriting tips and information about joining guilds and unions.

 

After graduation, the Office of Alumni Affairs provides more than 7000 alumni artists, creators, and leaders with meaningful opportunities to stay connected with the School of the Arts, the Columbia Alumni Association (CAA), and one another through alumni programming, benefits, a monthly newsletter, and collaborations with CAA Arts Access.


We are also the best place to go when you’re not sure what to do or whom to ask your question. Ultimately, the most important thing we do is support and advocate for our students during their time at the School and into their lives as alumni.

Student News

'All at Once' and 'Will You Be There?' Online Shows During COVID-19

'All at Once' and 'Will You Be There?' Online Shows During COVID-19

Two Columbia artists are featured in All at Once, an online exhibit hosted by the Fridman Gallery in New York. Adjunct professor Tamar Ettun and current Sound Art student Julian Day both have work in this group exhibition.

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Conversations with Artists in Art Getting Art: James Mercer

Conversations with Artists in Art Getting Art: James Mercer

In this conversation with James Mercer '20, we talk about life in a gentrifying New York, collaborating on art projects, and the function of language in art.

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Writers in Collaboration: A Model Writer

Writers in Collaboration: A Model Writer

Writers in Collaboration is a series covering writers involved in two art mediums and/or working with other artists.

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Columbia Filmmakers in Official Selection for Cannes Film Festival 2020

Columbia Filmmakers in Official Selection for Cannes Film Festival 2020

Four films by Columbia filmmakers are listed among the 56 movies chosen for the Official Selection picked out of a total of 2,067 feature films submitted.

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Stars Behind the Stars: Kelley Lynne Moncrief '21

Stars Behind the Stars: Kelley Lynne Moncrief '21

This week we sat down with Stage Management student Kelley Lynne Moncrief ’21 and discussed her work on Mister Magoo’s Christmas Carol.

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