Columbia University in New York
Columbia University was founded in 1754 under the name King’s College. Thirty years later it was renamed Columbia College, and became Columbia University in 1896. It is officially known as Columbia University in New York City, but it is more commonly referred to simply as Columbia. It is a private, non-sectarian institution.
Columbia has over six thousand courses covering medicine, law, journalism, dentistry, engineering, teaching, architecture and business, as well as the sciences and humanities. There are over a hundred research centers and institutes.
|University Name||Columbia University in New York|
|Motto||In lumine tuo videbimus lumen|
|Motto in English||In Thy light shall we see light|
|Colors||Columbia blue and white|
|Address||116 St and Broadway, New York City, New York, United States|
|Phone||+1 (212) 854 1754|
|Fax||+1 (212) 854-9509|
Find information below on admission to Columbia University in New York.
|International Students Allowed||Yes|
|Student Body||Men and Women|
|Admission Info||Click here|
|Undergraduate Admission Info||Click here|
Scholarship and Financial Aids
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|Financial Aid Info||Click here|
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