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We’re closed for graduation!

Just a heads up that we’re closed today, Thursday, May 19, 2016 for graduation. We will reopen during normal business hours tomorrow. Until then, join us for graduation from the comfort of your computer screen. Click here to watch the livestream (starts at 10:30 a.m. EST).

Second-year student reflections

Columbia University’s campus-wide graduation exercises are today, and tomorrow our Class of 2016 Seeples will officially graduate at our own ceremony. Everyone at the Office of Admissions & Financial Aid are particularly sad to say goodbye to our PAs and Admissions Ambassadors, but we’re thrilled to know they will be going on to do some amazing…

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Columbia Global Centers

The Columbia Global Centers network creates opportunities in research, scholarship, teaching, and service; engages across borders and across disciplines; and expands Columbia’s mission as a global University. Here’s a snapshot at our nine global centers. Curious about their projects? Just click on their respective links!

A timeline of SIPA’s defining moments

Founded in 1946, the School of International and Public Affairs has evolved greatly over seven decades, adding students, faculty, programs, areas of study, academic centers, and even the tallest building on Columbia University’s Morningside Campus. After 70 years, what remains unchanged is the School’s mission—to serve the global public interest by educating students to serve…

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Alumni share how SIPA became a launchpad for their careers

I’m often asked about where SIPA’s alumni land post graduation. The answer is wherever they want! But don’t take my word for it. Here are four videos from SIPA graduates from the classes of 2013 and 2014. The videos are all about two minutes long, so take an 8-minute break to hear what our Seeples have to say about how…

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