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Spring 2021 Return to Campus


January 22, 2021

Dear Students,

I am writing to share important updates in preparation for a successful return to campus for Spring 2021. Avery, Buell, Schermerhorn and Fayerweather studios will reopen this Monday, January 25th at 9 AM. Due to an increase in architecture students opting to work in-person, studio room schedules offer students a minimum of three and a half days access in two rotations.

To protect those who will be working and studying on campus, Columbia will require all returning students to follow its commitment to provide a safe working environment. Our continued priority is to keep our community and their families healthy, especially in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Accessing Campus

Have you completed this list yet?

As we plan to return to campus with the hope of further increasing in-person sessions and access to facilities, I ask you to remain especially cautious at this moment when COVID-19 cases are increasing across the city and country. Thank you for your continued commitment and diligence in adhering to the University’s enhanced health and safety policy and the Columbia Compact. Please remember that violations of the compact, no matter how minor, can jeopardize student privileges including studio and campus access.

The most recently updated COVID-19 Public Health Protocols can be found on the University website, and include:

  • Wearing a face covering over nose and mouth at all times on campus 
  • Keeping at least six feet (two arms lengths) apart from other people
  • Completing Columbia’s symptom tracker app every day before coming to campus or leaving a campus residence hall, and staying home when sick or after possible exposure to COVID-19
  • Following basic health precautions including frequent hand washing/sanitizing and workplace and shared-space hygiene
  • Following signs and guidance posted throughout campus spaces and buildings
  • Participating in testing and contact tracing when required, and isolation and quarantine protocols, when required.

Support Resources

Health Services has an impressive roster of groups for the spring semester, responsive to current student concerns.  The Columbia Health website has been updated to reflect these offerings.

Thank you again for your ongoing contributions throughout the semester, and for your efforts and commitment to our community’s health. Please feel free me at ds89@columbia.edu with any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Danielle Smoller
Associate Dean of Academic and Student Affairs.





University Student Resources for Health and Wellness

Alice! Health Promotion
John Jay Hall, 3rd Floor (114 St./Amsterdam Ave.)

212-854-5453 | Website | Email

Medical Services

John Jay Hall, 4th Floor (114 St./Amsterdam Ave.).

212-854-7426* | Website

* After hours, press 4

Counseling Services

Lerner Hall, 8th Floor (Broadway/115 St.)

212-854-2878 | Website

COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19, Resource Guide for the Columbia Community

Website

GSAPP COVID-19 Resources

Website

Exposure to COVID-19 

Columbia Health hotline: 212-854-7426 | Website

In an Emergency

Public Safety 

111 Low Library (southeast entrance)

212-854-5555 | Website

Medical Services

John Jay Hall, 4th Floor (114 St./Amsterdam Ave.)

212-854-7426* | Website
*After hours, press 4

Counseling Services

Lerner Hall, 8th Floor (Broadway/115 St.)

212-854-2878 | Website

Sexual Violence Response 
212-854-HELP (4357)

24/7/365 Hotline
700 Lerner Hall (Broadway/115 St.)

Website

Columbia University Emergency Medical Service
Contact Public Safety: 212- 854-5555
 

Additional University Support
 
Title IX Office
202A Philosophy Hall (Amsterdam Ave./116 St.)

212-853-1276 | Website | Email  
Gender-Based Misconduct Office
212-854-1717 | Website  

Student Conduct and Community Standards
800 Watson Hall (115 St. between Broadway & Riverside Dr.)

212-854-6872 | Website | Email

A Note about Discrimination and Harassment
It is our collective responsibility to maintain an environment built on respect and free from discrimination and harassment. If you or someone you know would like to file a report or speak with someone, please reach out to the Associate Dean of Academic and Student Affairs for support,  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Student Conduct and Community Standards.


Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
103 Low Library

212-854-5511 | Directory | Website | Email
 


Confidential Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services
Morningside: 800 Lerner
212-854-2878 · Website



Disability Services
Morningside: Wien Hall, Suite 108A
212-854-2388 · Website



Ombuds Office
Morningside: 660 Schermerhorn
212-854-1234 · Website





Sexual Violence Response
Morningside: 700 Lerner
Website





University Chaplain
710 Lerner
212-854-1493 · Website