Postbac Premed Announcements

Dining with the Dean

GS students are invited to meet with Dean Rosen-Metsch to discuss their experiences, life at Columbia University, personal goals, concerns, and more.

    Undergraduate students interested in participating in student group leadership are invited to learn more about Columbia University Family Student Network (CUFSN) and Columbia Recovery Coalition (RC).

     

    Columbia Health is seeking students to work as peer educators. Peer Educators are an integral part of the Columbia community and student population as they serve as ambassadors in creating a community of care through prevention, education, and outreach for Sexual Violence Response. 

    On Tuesday, September 28, Dean of Students Marlyn Delva sent the following message to the GS community. 

    Students are invited to learn more about how to join the Getting Things Done Group (GTD) which will assist students with tips and techniques to learn ways to use time more effectively and efficiently.

    Columbia Health is providing no-cost flu vaccines to students, faculty, and staff on the Morningside Campus this Fall, free of charge. Please note that flu vaccination is mandatory for students eligible to access campus this academic year. 

    The Postbac Program is excited to announce that, for the third year in a row, we are partnering with Scott Roberts and ThinkMCAT to provide a discounted rate for GS students to his comprehensive MCAT preparation course for the fall 2021 and spring 2022 terms. This course is intended for GS students who are planning on taking the MCAT by the end of the spring term.

    The GS Mid-Semester Success Series (Mid-SSS) is a week-long program series designed to give students an opportunity to reflect on areas of personal growth, holistic wellness, and community building in preparation for the second half of the semester. With programming that is responsive to both GS undergraduates and Postbac Premed students, the series is both diverse and robust in responding to students at various stages in their academic and professional careers.

    Students interested in leading a 60-minute session should submit the idea by Friday, October 22. Sessions can be academic, centered around personal development, or something creative. Please email any questions to Ashley Johnson, Senior Assistant Director of Student Engagement.

    GS students are invited to meet with Dean Rosen-Metsch to discuss their experiences, life at Columbia University, personal goals, concerns, and more.

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