Students are encouraged to take full advantage of the many sources of academic assistance available to them: review sessions, tutoring, faculty office hours, teaching assistants and the Office of Disability Services. Seek support early in the term, as soon as you sense any difficulties, and visit the academic team in the Office of Student Affairs for advice regarding your individual situation.
We realize there are many outside influences that may also affect your academic performance. Below is a list of just some of the many resources available to you.
Tutoring is available for core and flex-core courses, as well as Capital Markets, for business students.
The Writing Center provides writing support to the entire Columbia community. Visit their site for more information about appointments or drop-in visits.
The Chazen Institute provides English language tutoring, up to 5 hours a semester (20 hours total overall.) Please contact the Chazen Institute, located in Uris 2M2, for English language tutoring.
The Office of Disability Services, located on the 7th floor of Lerner Hall, is another valuable resource for students seeking accommodations and support services.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) provides individual and group counseling, as well as various workshops throughout the year.
Additional resources:Advice from CBS Peer AdvisorsContact your Cluster Chair or Academic RepColumbia's American Language Program
Study tips from Columbia College
Tips to manage stress and anxiety from Barnard's Health Services
Sleep assessment and resources from Columbia's Alice! Health Promotion
Columbia's Guide for Healthier Eating
Alice! Health Promotion has a variety of health resources