Across the University, from Columbia College undergraduates to the public health professionals, doctors, nurses and dental students at the Medical Center, Columbia has a deep and longstanding commitment to civic engagement.
Learn about Columbia's long-standing community-based programs and partnerships.
The new Manhattanville campus plan embraces a wide range of shared benefits with West Harlem, New York City and New York State.
Learn about the civic engagement opportunities available to undergraduates.
Interested in volunteering? Find programs in which Columbia employees, students and student organizations can become involved.
Columbia University's Dental School provides oral health care services to the Upper Manhattan community through clinics and a variety of free services.
The giving campaign for staff, faculty, and retirees of Columbia, Barnard, and Teachers College provides grants to local nonprofit organizations to help address the needs of underserved individuals in our local community.
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