Columbia University is a private Ivy League research university in New York City. Established in 1754 as King's College on the grounds of Trinity Church in Manhattan, Columbia is the oldest institution of higher education in New York and the fifth-oldest institution of higher learning in the United States.
Academically, Columbia University is home to 21 schools, 120 academic departments and 20 colleges which offer over 500+ courses at all levels of study.
Phone : +1 212-854-1754
Its reputation is predicated upon its commitment to research and innovation. The school boasts more Nobel Prize laureates than any other American university (84 to be exact). In addition, four U.S. presidents, 90+ Pulitzer Prize recipients, and 46 Olympians all called Columbia home at one point.
Rankings,Fee,Courses,Adminission, Reviews, Scholarship,International Scholarship
Columbia University Fees, Expenses, and Financial Aid
There is a flat tuition charge for all Columbia College students, including visitors, regardless of the number of credits a student is taking. Students who are enrolled for eight terms must pay the flat tuition, regardless of the number of credits they are taking. The charge for 2022–2023 is $31,285 a term.
Postgraduate special students and degree candidates enrolled for a ninth term are billed according to the per-point system; the per-point cost is $2,092.
Late Registration Fee
Students who register after the scheduled period (see Academic Calendar) are charged a late registration fee of $100.
Student Life Fee* $1,646
Columbia Health and
Related Services Fee $1,308
*Students registered in Columbia College (Fall Term): $823; Students registered in Columbia College (Spring Term): $823
All first-time registrants at Columbia University are charged a one-time document fee of $105, which thereafter allows them to order transcripts and enrollment and degree certifications, and to receive the mailing of the original diploma at no additional charge. This fee appears on the first Student Account Statement of the Fall term.
International Services Charge
All students holding a non-resident visa are charged an international services charge of $135 each term, totaling $270 for academic year 2022-2023. This fee supports the University's services to international students.
more Columbia University - Tuition and Financial Aid
Columbia College Donor Relations
Columbia Alumni Center
622 West 113th Street, MC 4530
New York, NY 10025
Phone : 212-851-7488
Columbia University financial Aid
Columbia is committed to meeting the full demonstrated financial need for all applicants admitted as first-year students or transfer students pursuing their first degree. Financial aid is available for all four undergraduate years, provided that students continue to demonstrate financial need.
All applicants who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States, who are students granted refugee visas by the United States, or who are undocumented students in the United States, are considered for admission in a need-blind manner.
International students who did not apply for financial aid in their first year are not eligible to apply for financial aid in any subsequent years. Foreign transfer candidates applying for aid must understand that such aid is awarded on an extremely limited basis. Columbia does not give any scholarships for academic, athletic, or artistic merit.
Financial Aid and Educational Financing, Columbia College
1130 Amsterdam Avenue
100 Hamilton Hall, Mail Code 2802
New York, NY 10027
618 Alfred Lerner Hall
New York, NY 10027
Office Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
USA : University rankings to assess university performance on the global stage and to provide a resource for readers to understand the different missions and successes of higher education institutions.