Please find a directory of GSAPP Policies and Student Resources below.
An extensive repository of policies applicable to Columbia University can be found at universitypolicies.columbia.edu
Read about details on cross-registration within GSAPP and the University at arch.columbia.edu/cross-registration.
Columbia University is committed to providing a learning, living, and working environment free from unlawful discrimination and to fostering a nurturing and vibrant community founded upon the fundamental dignity and worth of all of its members. Persons who feel that they are victims of discrimination may find mechanisms for seeking redress on the Non-Discrimination Policy page at arch.columbia.edu/non-discrimination-policy.
Please also see Columbia University’s Gender-Based Misconduct and Interim Title IX Policies and Procedures for Students at universitypolicies.columbia.edu.
To report an incident to the University, please use this online form or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In an emergency, dial 9-1-1 or call Columbia Public Safety at 212-854-5555.
|For questions or concerns related to||If you are a Student||If you are Faculty or Staff|
|Gender-Based Misconduct (including sexual harassment and assault)||Gender-Based Misconduct Office 212-854-1717 or Title IX Coordinator 212-853-1276||Office of Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action (EOAA) 212-854-5511|
|Discrimination and Harassment of Any Kind||Student Conduct & Community Standards 212-854-6872 or EOAA||EOAA|
|Any of the Above, or Not Sure||GSAPP Student Affairs||GSAPP Department Chair, Dean, or Supervisor|
Upon satisfactory completion of one year in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, a leave of absence may be requested in writing. Requests must be made by December 15 for leaves beginning in January, and by July 15 for leaves beginning in September. Read the full policy at arch.columbia.edu/leave-of-absence.
The Leave of Absence and Withdrawal Form is found here.
Please also see the following University policies:
Read about the registration process including add/drop procedures and deadlines, waivers, and withdrawals at arch.columbia.edu/registration.
All GSAPP students (with the exception of Special Students) must complete their initial registration for courses through Student Services Online (SSOL)
Reference the GSAPP Course Listing.
Satisfactory academic progress (SAP) is used to define successful completion of coursework to maintain eligibility for student financial aid. Read the description of the qualitative and quantitative standards used to determine SAP at arch.columbia.edu/satisfactory-academic-progress.
As members of the Columbia University community, all students are expected to uphold the highest standards of respect, integrity, and civility. Read the Student Conduct Policy and related procedures at arch.columbia.edu/student-conduct.