Messages to the Community

Messages From EVP Goldberg

Sexual Respect Event: Understanding Title IX and Columbia’s Gender-Based Misconduct Policy, Fri, 10/30 at Noon ET

October 22, 2020 - Columbia experts will help you get to know Title IX federal law – including recent changes and its history – and how it relates to University policy for students on sexual assault, sexual harassment and other gender-based misconduct. 


Commemorating Indigenous Peoples’ Day at Columbia

October 9, 2020 – We write to mark the first anniversary of the University Senate resolution to recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day at Columbia and share opportunities with you to get involved in commemorative events happening across our community.


Inviting You: Awakening Our Democracy on the 2020 Election, Thurs. 10/15 at Noon | Voting Abroad Info Session on 10/9

October 7, 2020 - Please join us for Awakening Our Democracy: Voters, Access and the 2020 Election on Thursday, Oct. 15 from noon to 1:15 PM EST on Zoom, featuring a lively conversation with experts on political participation, access and the power of the vote.


The Columbia Community Citizenship Initiative Starts Today!

September 29, 2020 - The Columbia Community Citizenship Initiative starts today! The Initiative’s two modules — Sexual Respect Initiative and Inclusion & Belonging Initiative — ask all Columbia students what it means to you to be part of this community. Each module offers you new skills and the opportunity to be part of creating an inclusive campus culture.


Additional Messages from University Life

Election Forum Tomorrow, Escape the Zoom! and Other Events and Opportunities for You, 11/10 to 11/24

November 10, 2020 - University Life invites you to connect with your friends and meet new people from all across Columbia. This Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 4 PM, you’re invited to a University Life Forum: Reflections on the 2020 Election and the Road Ahead, on Zoom.


Self-care, Elections, Socialize Safely, Well-being Tips

November 6, 2020 - This has been a challenging week for many as we watch the U.S. election results unfold. Please practice self-care. If you need support and assistance, reach out to the Dean of Students for your school and make use of the campus well-being resources available to you.


Post-Election Events for You + Well-Being Resources and More

November 4, 2020 - You are invited to two special post-election events to discuss yesterday’s general elections, hear expert analysis and explore the issues as a University community.


Wellness Resources, Halloween, Socialize Safely, Gratitude

October 29, 2020 - I know this year’s Halloween may look different, and I am grateful for your continued adaptability and commitment to keeping our community safe and healthy. Your dedication is making a difference.


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