Columbia College

Columbia College is the Ivy League school on Broadway. As a small College in a large research university, it offers a wide range of majors, a nationally known Core Curriculum, an international city as an extended classroom, and a residential experience designed to enable students to learn extensively from each other. Assisted by its need-blind admissions and full-need financial aid policies, the College enrolls one of the most diverse student bodies among its peers. Since 1754, Columbia’s original school has been graduating students who are recognized for their independent voices, creative imaginations, civic concerns, leadership capacities, urban expertise, and adaptable skills. Through Campaign gifts supporting financial aid, student programs, faculty projects, donors will renew that tradition for generations to come.

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The College Fund
Support for financial aid, student services, and the Core Curriculum—areas that directly affect the lives of undergraduate students—maintain Columbia College’s distinctive strengths and help retain its position as a global leader in higher education.

Your gift can be allocated by the College to the area of greatest immediate need, or designated for financial aid, student affairs, the Core Curriculum, internships, or the Parents Fund. Alumni, parents and friends may join the John Jay Associates with a gift of $1,500 or more, while gifts of $25,000 or more bring membership in the Dean’s Circle.

For more information, contact:

Allen Rosso
Executive Director, Columbia College Fund
Columbia Alumni Center
622 West 113th Street
New York, NY 10025
(212)-851-7947
arosso@columbia.edu

$10,000
Named Current-Year Scholarship
Help fund a need-based scholarship for a Columbia College student this year.

Support the College's need-blind admissions and full-need financial aid policies, enabling Columbia to continue to enroll one of the most economically, ethnically, and racially diverse student bodies among its peers.

For more information, contact:

Gene Finn
Vice President for University Development, Arts & Sciences
622 West 113th St
New York, NY 10025
212-851-2868
genefinn@columbia.edu

$100,000
Department Development Endowment Fund
Endow a specific discipline or program with funds for research, special events, or curriculum development.

Help improve materials and methods for undergraduate teaching.

For more information, contact:

Gene Finn
Vice President for University Development, Arts & Sciences
622 West 113th St
New York, NY 10025
212-851-2868
genefinn@columbia.edu

$100,000
Named Internship Endowment
Help students train for dream careers.

Endow a fund that provides a career-related summer internship or research opportunity for one student each year.

For more information, contact:

Gene Finn
Vice President for University Development, Arts & Sciences
622 West 113th St
New York, NY 10025
212-851-2868
genefinn@columbia.edu

$1,000,000
Endowed Postdoctoral Core Lectureship
Enhance teaching in the Core Curriculum, whether in Frontiers of Science, Contemporary Civilization, or Literature Humanities.

Launch the career of a talented and experienced Columbia postdoctoral lecturer.

For more information, contact:

Gene Finn
Vice President for University Development, Arts & Sciences
622 West 113th St
New York, NY 10025
212-851-2868
genefinn@columbia.edu