Columbia University School of the Arts Students

This group was created by the Columbia University School of the Arts Office of Student Affairs as a place for students of the School of the Arts MA and MFA programs to get to know each other, exchange ideas, publicize events, ask questions, and talk about what's on their minds. This is a closed group. Therefore, only current students in our Film, Theatre Arts, Visual Arts, and Writing programs will be approved for membership and only members see posts.

While the School of the Arts will, at times, share information with you here, all official emails from the Office of Student Affairs will be sent to your Columbia University email address. For ongoing information about the School of the Arts, please visit our website at www.arts.columbia.edu. Newly admitted students can find a checklist of what to do (and when) on the Columbia University New Students website at www.columbia.edu/cu/studentservices/newstudents/.

Now for the "small print:"
While the School of the Arts encourages open and vibrant discussion, it is also dedicated to maintaining a safe and vital online community. As a member of this group, you agree to abide by Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities (www.facebook.com/terms.php) and Columbia University policies (www.essential-policies.columbia.edu). The School of the Arts is not responsible for comments or any other content posted to this page by users, and reserves the right to remove any user-generated content for any reason. This includes commercial solicitations, spam, links, posts that are off-topic, as well as content that is abusive, threatening, or hateful. Columbia reserves the right to block users who violate the terms stated here. Members of the School of the Arts Students Facebook group take personal responsibility for their comments, user name and any information or other content they post. The School of the Arts is not responsible for the content of any website linked to from this page. Comments made on this site do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the School of the Arts or the University as a whole.