213 Low Library
A large group is defined as a party with ten or more guests.
If you are traveling with a large group of students in the process of applying for undergraduate studies submit a Group Visit Request Form (doc) at least 3 weeks prior to the date of your intended visit. Please email your completed form to Kip Conlon, Visitors Center, at email@example.com. This email address should only be used for group visit requests. Please note that submitting a request does not confirm your group visit. Your group visit to campus is only confirmed after you have received an email from Kip Conlon approving your request.
Prospective undergraduate group tours are only offered during the regularly scheduled information session and campus tour times. The Visitors Center can only accommodate a maximum of 40 students per group and does not sponsor group visits on weekends or during University holidays.
For all other guests, email firstname.lastname@example.org a minimum of three weeks in advance to inquire about availability. The following information should be included in your email:
- Two prospective dates and times for your visit
- Name and location of school or organization
- Number of participants
- Number of chaperones
- Grade level if applicable
- Special needs or requests
- Contact name and number for day of the tour
Please note that submitting a request does not confirm your group visit. Your group visit to campus is only confirmed after you have received an email from the Visitors Center approving your request.
Campus Access Tours
Visitors with disabilities may request an accessible tour of the Morningside Campus from the Visitor’s Center, 213 Low Library. Tours are arranged to meet the individual needs of visitors; three weeks advance notice is needed. To arrange a tour, visitors should email email@example.com. Visitors with mobility impairments who arrive on the Morningside campus without prior notice may be able to arrange a tour of Upper Campus through the Visitors Center, subject to tour guide availability. The Visitors Center does not provide wheelchairs, golf carts or other modes of transportation. Columbia University is committed to providing an accessible and welcoming environment for faculty, staff, students, guests, visitors and members of the public. For more information, contact the Office of Disability Services.