Meeting Global Challenges
through understanding and action
From promoting sustainable development to combating HIV/AIDS in Africa to transcending cultural barriers, Columbia's programs are inherently global in scope. Help the University build alliances overseas and welcome more students and faculty from abroad to meet the challenges of an interconnected world.
Here are just a few examples of the many ways that you can help Columbia thrive. Check the schools and programs lists for other related gifts in this strategic area.
Columbia Business School
A part of the Chazen Institute, tours focus on enhancing students' experience by giving them the opportunity to learn about the managerial, political, and cultural influences that form a country's business practices. During semester breaks, participants visit businesses, factories, and government officials, as well as cultural sites.
Columbia University School of Nursing
The Columbia University School of Nursing is designated as a World Health Organization Collaborating Center for International Development in Advanced Practice Nursing.
Columbia Law School