Loading...

GSAPP Resources

The 2012—2013 Architecture Program Report is available in the Dean's office.

IT Support & Helpdesk

Executive Director of Information Technology: John Ramahlo

The School has embarked on an ambitious campaign to incorporate state-of-the-art digital technologies in the design curriculum. Since the introduction of the first “paperless” design studios on the seventh floor of Avery in the mid-nine-ties, there has been substantial annual investment and dramatic improvements in the facilities and electronic infrastructure for research, teaching, presentation, computer-aided design, and general computing at the GSAPP. Meanwhile, the general computing resources provided by the University have been upgraded as well and include a variety of e-mail and online services as well as a campus-wide wireless network.

The AV Office

GSAPP AV Team: Kevin T. Allen, Annie Berman, Aiste Jankauskaite
Contact (212) 854-1842 / av@arch.columbia.edu

The AV Office facilitates many audio-visual needs at GSAPP. It supports and maintains classroom technology such as projectors, televisions and computers as well as portable classroom presentation equipment. It also maintains an inventroy of media equipment for student use, including digital video cameras, digital still cameras, audio recorders and gps devices.

The Output Shop

Manager: Carlito Bayne
The Output Shop is a full service print facility serving GSAPP students and faculty of Columbia University. Services provided include plotting large drawings, laser cutting and 3D printing. The OPS currently operates three laser cutters, three 3D printers, and four design-jet plotters.

Visual Resources Collection

Curators: Sabrina Barker and Serena Li
Assitant Curator: Sharon Leung

The Visual Resources Collection (VRC) is a student-run facility providing GSAPP students and faculty with more than 200,000 images in digital, 35mm slide, and lantern slide formats. Our collection also includes VHS and DVD recordings of over twenty years of lectures and events held at GSAPP.

Career Services

GSAPP career services and university-wide career services provided by The Center for Career Education.

Room Reservations

Reservations are on a first come, first serve basis.

Abstract Archiving Procedures

gsapp.abstract [at] gmail.com

ABSTRACT is the yearly publication of student work from Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.

Student Awards

A listing of student awards by program.

Commencement

Information regarding commencement activities.

Jobs

GSAPP Career Services is a student-run organization whose role is to keep students in the M. Arch, MSAAD, and MSAUD programs in touch with the professional world outside the school. Our events range from lunchtime discussions with alumni panelists, to workshops, portfolio reviews and career fairs. We want to serve students and alumni well – so please, get in touch with your ideas and suggestions!

GIS

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) has become an essential tool for understanding the environment. It follows that the GIS software has become an invaluable resource for both Architects and Planners in conceptualizing the built environment. Columbia’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) has recognized the ability of this technology, and has focused on developing infrastructure and research that explores new possibilities of GIS.

Lynda

Software Tutorials via Lynda.com
Many pages within the GSAPP Resources section require Columbia UNI authentication.

You may want to log in now!

The Graphics Project

The Graphics Project is GSAPP workshop focused on successful portfolio making.  Hear world-famous book designers describe how they make a book, learn good typefaces and how to use them, see past winning student portfolios, and get access to resources in New York and beyond.  The event takes place once a year in January and is designed to help you reflect on your work at GSAPP and develop the tools you need to produce a successful portfolio.

Students must be logged in to acces this page.

2011 ARE Pass Rates

Architect Registration Examination® pass rates for Columbia Alumni in 2011

  Program-
ming,
Planning & Practice
Site Planning & Design Building Design & Construction Systems Schematic Design Structural Systems Building Systems Construction Documents & Services
# 96 89 71 99 63 60 99
Pass Rate 69.00 25.00 70.00 83.00 70.00 73.00 64.00