Class Day

May 15, 2020, 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Students who are completing the Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program in 2020 are cordially invited to a ceremony honoring their accomplishments. A reception will immediately follow the ceremony.

Students must register to attend Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program Class Day, and should wear business or business casual attire to this formal ceremony.


Registration details will be available in early Spring of 2020.

Students are welcome to bring up to two guests and must indicate this on the registration form. Students may also request additional guest seating by contacting after registration closes.

Students who are eligible to receive a Certificate in Premedical or Prehealth Sciences should update their address in SSOL, as certificates will be mailed within two months after completion of the Postbac Premed Program.  

Postbac Premed Class Day Speakers

To be announced.

To be announced.

Guest Information

Students may bring up to two guests. Students may request additional guests by emailing after the registration period closes.

Guests will begin being seated a half-hour prior to the beginning of the ceremony.

For information about traveling to campus, a campus map, parking, and accommodations, please consult the Visiting Campus section of the website. Guests may enter campus at the 116th Street and Broadway gates or the 116th Street and Amsterdam Avenue gates.

Columbia provides accessible entrances and seating for students and guests with disabilities and/or special needs. These services are coordinated through Disability Services. Please refer to the information below to help plan your visit, should a member of your party require any of the following services.

Wheelchairs and Accessible Entrances

The Office of Disability Services will have a limited number of wheelchairs available for use during Class Day. There is no rental fee associated. Students or guests should contact ODS to make a reservation.

Those guests or students with a wheelchair should enter through the 116th Street and Amsterdam Avenue gate and consult the Disability Accessibility Map for the best route to Low Memorial Library.


There is no on-campus public parking. Drivers are advised to drop off and pick up passengers with disabilities at the 116th Street and Amsterdam Avenue gate.

Office of Disability Services  

Disability Services
Morningside Campus
108A Wien Hall
411 West 116th Street, MC 3714
New York, NY 10027

(212) 854-2388 (Voice/TTY)

Office Hours

Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Faculty Information

Thank you for your interest in attending the Postbac Premed Class Day Ceremony!

Registration will open in Spring 2020.

The academic procession of faculty and administration will begin assembling in the Burden Room, 206 Low Memorial Library 30 minutes prior to the ceremony.

Faculty must provide their own academic regalia in order to participate in the academic procession and be seated on the stage.

Faculty are also welcome to attend without participating in the procession.