Community Programming

Community Programming

Alongside academic studies in the classroom, Teachers College students have many out-of-class opportunities to engage peers and persons with diverse cultural experiences, to examine new philosophies, to develop new interests and skills. Check out some of our community programming initatives, including annual and recurring initiatives!

Community Programming

Annual Traditions

Annual programs include: 
  • Take a Break Series
  • Student Locker Rentals
  • Graduate Student Appreciation Week
  • Taste of Harlem 
  • Walks & Marches 
  • Pop-up & Events (including craft corner/knitting circles, speed friending, and study breaks)



Learning and Development

Learning and Development initiatves include: 
  • Social Justice Book Club 
  • Anti-racism Podcast Club 
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratorical & Spoken Word Competition (co-sponsorship) 
  • Casual Conversations 
  • Empower Hour 
  • Doctoral Student Engagement 

Provost's Student Excellence Awards

Interested in watching the 2020-2021 Provost's Student Excellence Awards?

Check out the virtual ceremony at the link here

Additional Student Activities & Resources

University Life

Explore student across Columbia University and engage with other students!

Passport to Museums

Get free and/or discounted admission through CU Arts Initiative, who generously provides this experience to current TC/Columbia students.

Student Discounts

Get discounted/free tickets to performances in the New York City area as a TC/Columbia student! 

Physical Fitness

Registered students have access to Dodge Fitness Center at Columbia University

Discounted Movie Tickets

Purchase discounted AMC movie and snack vouchers through the TC Bursar during normal business hours. 

Student Lockers

Learn more about our annual locker rental program.

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