Life in New York City is an exploration and education that can be replicated in few places on earth.
Student life at Columbia Journalism School is not strictly about class work. The school is a regular host to lecture series, workshops, conferences and receptions. The school’s Stabile Student Center serves as a social hub for students with a newly renovated space that includes a café, work stations, teaching labs, conference rooms and the school library. The Student Affairs and Career Services offices are also located in this wing of the building.
The student government of the Journalism School is run through the university chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, the world's largest journalism organization. An elected board of student officers organizes events throughout the school year with active participation from the student body. Events include parties, field trips, panels and community service projects.
Columbia Journalism School
Students interested in developing local chapters or liaising with a national journalism association are encouraged to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students interested in joining the student interest groups or Columbia chapters of national associations should contact the student representative or faculty adviser listed below. While we encourage membership to the national organizations, it is not something we require.
New York, New York
Journalism students' reporting is informed by living in New York City. From the Dominican bodegas of Manhattan’s Washington Heights to the Hasidic synagogues of Brooklyn’s Borough Park, from the Irish soccer leagues of Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx to the Guyanese chutney clubs of Richmond Hill, Queens, living here is an exploration and education that can be replicated in few places on earth.
Contact the Admissions Office
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
2950 Broadway (at 116th St.)
Room 203 (lobby)
New York, NY 10027