Welcome to Columbia University Undergraduate Housing for Columbia College and the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
The cornerstone of our Housing program is providing great hospitality. Have a question about your Room Selection choices or how to replace a lost key? Hopefully you will find all your answers by browsing this site. If not, we have a Hospitality Desk staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you.
- As the spring term comes to a close, learn what you need to know about Spring Check-Out and donating unwanted items during Give + Go Green.
- Columbia Housing residents wishing to recycle gently used clothing and shoes may deposit these items in collection bins located in the lobby of Schapiro Hall, on the first floor of Hartley Hall (north end), and in the laundry room of East Campus through May 23. A collection bin is also located in the basement of Carman Hall through May 18. Bins are provided by Wearable Collections, a NYC-based clothing recycling service that works to reduce textile waste.
- Summer residents: Visit our 2013 Projects page for a listing of planned summer renovation projects.
- Continuing Students who submitted applications for Summer Housing Session II by Monday, May 6 are guaranteed space. Housing is still accepting Continuing Student applications for Summer Housing; space remains for Summer Session I. Applications for Summer Session II and the Full Summer Session will be evaluated as space becomes available, based on the order in which they were received.
- Commencement Housing is fully booked at this time. To be added to the waiting list, please call Conference Housing at 212-854-0365.
- For more information regarding the Housing application and residential options for incoming first-year students, please visit the 'First-Year Students' page under the 'Incoming Students' menu.
- In an effort to continuously improve safety measures, Housing, Student Affairs and student leaders have agreed that window stops will be installed in all residence hall windows. Installation has taken place in several residence halls and continues over the spring term. We recognize that there is some concern about ventilation and warm temperatures. Please note that in most windows, if not all, both the top and bottom pane can open. This will help improve ventilation. Thank you for your continued support of this important safety initiative. If you have any questions or problems, please contact the Hartley Hospitality Desk, email, or phone.