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202 Students Inducted into GS Honor Society

On Tuesday, November 9, faculty, staff, friends, and family gathered at Columbia’s Faculty House to celebrate the induction of 202 students into the School of General Studies Honor Society. The GS Honor Society was created in 1997 to recognize the exceptional academic achievements of GS students who have earned a cumulative GPA of at least 3.8 in more than 30 points of academic coursework at Columbia.

On Thursday, October 28, the Columbia University Center for Veteran Transition and Integration (CVTI) hosted a virtual college fair for active duty service members and military veterans interested in enrolling in two- and four- year institutions. At this event, students met virtually with representatives from 99 institutions of higher education and 4 non-profit organizations.

On Thursday, November 11, in honor of Veterans Day, the School of General Studies served as a major sponsor of the New York City Veterans Day Parade for the 13th consecutive year. Student veterans, including the U.S. Military Veterans of Columbia University (Milvets), were joined on the float by friends, family, Senior Assistant Dean of Student Veteran Initiatives, David Keefe, and Dean of the School of General Studies, Lisa Rosen-Metsch.

On Tuesday, November 9, faculty, staff, friends, and family gathered at Columbia’s Faculty House to celebrate the induction of 202 students into the School of General Studies Honor Society. The GS Honor Society was created in 1997 to recognize the exceptional academic achievements of GS students who have earned a cumulative GPA of at least 3.8 in more than 30 points of academic coursework at Columbia.

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