A City Campus Built for People and Ideas

The first new buildings on Columbia’s Manhattanville campus have come to life—the first stage of a sustainable urban design that will unfold over decades. The campus will provide innovative spaces for teaching, pioneering research, artistic expression and the shared human experiences of a great city defined by openness and diversity.

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An Invitation to Connect, Engage, Explore

A onetime industrial zone five blocks north of Columbia’s historic Morningside Heights campus is being reimagined for the next century as an open, welcoming place of tree-lined sidewalks, accessible green spaces, art galleries and performance venues, lively storefronts and community education centers, connecting West Harlem to a revitalized Hudson River waterfront.

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Knowledge Across Traditional Boundaries

Like New York City itself, Columbia thrives as a meeting place where people come together and new ideas can flourish. Fulfilling a great university’s mission of discovering solutions to our society’s most pressing challenges requires a new kind of shared space where creative minds across many academic disciplines can collaborate in research and study, in shared inspiration and experimentation.

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On Exhibit: Arthur Mitchell, Harlem's Ballet Trailblazer

Columbia’s Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery will celebrate the life and accomplishments in the first exhibition for dance pioneer and political activist, Arthur Mitchell.

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Columbia’s Manhattanville Campus Awarded LEED Gold Certification for First Two New Buildings

The Jerome L. Greene Science Center and Lenfest Center for the Arts – the first two new buildings constructed at Columbia’s Manhattanville campus – have been awarded LEED® Gold certification from the

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Construction and Renovation Across Columbia's Campuses

The Manhattanville campus is part of an ongoing investment in new and renovated facilities throughout the University.

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