Keep Our Community Healthy

Stay Healthy. Keep the Compact

In these extraordinary times, all of us have a role to play in keeping our community healthy. Our individual actions can and do affect everyone’s health and well-being, and that’s why each of us is expected to do our part and #KeeptheCompact.

Hear more about why Keeping the Compact is important through these videos, blogs and vlogs. Students from every school are sharing what they are doing to keep our campus safe, healthy and open.

It’s on all of us to Keep Our Community Healthy. Write to universitylife@columbia.edu with feedback or questions.

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Learn from Columbia students, faculty and staff about how your efforts can help us all Stay Healthy.

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See what Columbia students have to say about why they feel it's important to keep the Compact. 

In videos, blogs and vlogs, Columbia students are sharing why they're doing everything they can to #StayHealthy. 

Hear from students

Essential Workers at Columbia University Say Thank You

Staff from across the University share their appreciation to Columbia students for helping keep our community healthy. Hear why our workers are grateful that the entire community is following the Columbia Community Health Compact.

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Stepping In: How You Can Help to Keep Columbia Safe

It can feel uncomfortable to ask someone to put on their face covering or keep physical distance. Yet it’s so important that we’re all doing our part to reduce the risk of transmission for ourselves and others. Quick tips for encouraging others to follow Columbia’s safety policies.

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We want to hear from you! Add your voice to the conversation with a personal video, blog, vlog, art, photos or some other way that's meaningful to you. Fill out this form to tell us how you want to help Keep Our Community Healthy and someone from our team will follow up with you.

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