Alumni Benefits and Services
All College of Dental Medicine alumni receive a 10% discount on tuition for dental continuing education courses, and young alumni graduating within the past five years receive a 20% discount. View the CE Course Schedule to see current offerings.
Alumni Email is available to all Columbia degree holders three months after graduation. Columbia offers a web-based email option through YOURNAME@caa.columbia.edu and lifetime e-mail forwarding through your UNI@columbia.edu.
Diplomas & Transcripts
Alumni may replace diplomas for a fee or request a transcript through the Office of the University Registrar.
Columbia University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to act as our agent to perform degree verifications.
You may contact them at:
Phone: 703 742 4200
Fax: 703 742 4239
For letters for postdoctoral programs or licensing requirements, please send an email to: email@example.com
The Columbia Alumni Community portal is an exclusive resource and collective hub--accessible only to Columbians. Be sure to update your profile and use it to find a classmate, network with fellow alumni, start or join a discussion group, and much, much more.
The Columbia Alumni Center on West 113th Street offers Columbia's growing alumni community access to University resources and a healthy dose of hospitality. Alumni visiting Columbia's Morningside Heights campus can stop by the Center to catch up on the latest University news, check e-mail, explore alumni benefits, peruse a yearbook, or just have a cup of coffee. The Center includes a lounge, library, seminar room, and courtesy office.
CAA Arts Access connects artists, scholars, producers and audiences through dynamic programs and resources.
Alumni may apply for a University Alumni Identification Card that grants renewable reading privileges at Butler Library and the Health Sciences Library. To borrow books, alumni may obtain borrowing privileges for a monthly fee. To obtain your University Alumni Library Card, you must visit the Library Information Office in person in room 201 in the Butler Library. Alumni must present a valid government issued photo ID card in order to obtain an alumni card. For more information, please contact (212) 854-7309 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership is available to alumni and their families. The Dodge Physical Fitness Center is located at the northwest corner of the Columbia University Morningside Heights Campus in Manhattan.
The Faculty House offers dining, catering, and conference facilities. Weekdays during the academic year, the Dining Room is open for lunch from 12 to 2 PM. Event rooms are available for University events and private affairs every day, year-round.
From grand celebrations to intimate gatherings, Columbians can participate in a variety of special events to meet new folks or create fun memories at the Columbia University Club of New York.
The Columbia University Club of New York is now affiliated with The Penn Club of New York and is no longer housed in the Princeton Club. The Penn Club of New York is located at 30 West 44th Street, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues.
To join the Columbia Club at The Penn Club, go to www.columbiaclub.org to apply for membership. If you are already a member and wish to renew your membership for 2017-2018, contact email@example.com.
Children ages 6 - 12 can register for Columbia Cubs Camp during spring break and over the summer. In addition, various sports camps for ages 8 - 18 are led by Columbia head and assistant coaches and have weekly sessions throughout the spring and summer. Call 212-854-2233 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Alumni visiting the New York City area have access to a variety of university-based lodging options, as well as off-campus accommodations.
The Columbia Alumni Association (CAA), in partnership with GovConnection, Inc. now offers Columbia alumni discounted computers (notebooks, desktops, and tablets) and peripherals.