There are many resources available to faculty that provide assistance with teaching, course evaluations and student guidance. Resources below include links to training by the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning, which provide assistance with using CourseWorks for a class, information for electronic classrooms, pedagogical guidance for graduate student instructors, various outlets that assist in course reading production, and links for faculty that provide information on student well-being, tutoring help, student advising and academic integrity.
The resources available to faculty are separated below into three categories of support: teaching, course evaluations and student resources.
- Office of the Registrar
Academic calendars, directory of classes, exam schedules, class rosters, grading option
- ASIT provides helpdesk support for PCs, Macs, and Mobile devices as well as certain classroom technology support within A&S.
- Center for Teaching and Learning
The CTL provides a range of free services including teaching consultations and observations, and educational technology training and support; programs and events, including workshops, orientations, and institutes, and the development of digital innovations in teaching and learning.
Online course management system
- Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT)
Computing and communications services
- Electronic Classrooms
Locations, reservations, guidelines, software, tutorial
- Language Resource Center
Instruction in less commonly taught languages
- Computing, Network and Information Policies
Use and security of computer systems and networks
- Printing Quotas
All students and faculty receive a printing quota on public network printers
Faculty/Student Interaction Dinners
Pedagogical Support for Graduate Student Instructors
- GSAS Teaching Center (Login required)
- Butler Library Reserves
- Print Services
- Columbia University Bookstore
- Book Culture (formerly Labyrinth Books)
Academic Programs & Bulletins
Overview of degree programs including prerequisites and requirements for the six schools in the Arts and Sciences.
Resources to assist students in the areas of academics and personal development.
Facts About Columbia Essential to Students
- Columbia College and School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
- School of General Studies
- School of Professional Studies
- Barnard College
- Tutoring Services in Columbia College
- Academic Support Services in the School of General Studies
- The Writing Center
- Language Resource Center
- Math Help Rooms
- Health Services
- Office of the University Chaplain
- Student Emergencies
Academic Integrity Policies
Classroom Committee Reports
The Classroom Committee was convened in 2011-2012 to study how best to utilize and improve classroom stock and to create optimal scheduling procedures. A report summarizing those findings was created with recommendations issued.
A follow-up study was convened in 2014 and the report is published here, with the appendices, which includes the first report from 2011-2012, below.