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ADVISING: UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
•    Early Childhood Education BA degree - To make an initial appointment with the Director of ECE, contact Ms. Yolunda Kincade at ykincade@colum.edu or 312.369.7990.

•    Early Childhood Education BA degree – Early Head Start and Head Start
Contact Ms. Yolunda Kincade at ykincade@colum.edu or 312.369.7990. 

•    Infant/Toddler Credential Program - Contact Ms. Larissa Mulholland at lmulholland@colum.edu or 312.369.8826.

•    Education Minor - Contact Ms. Larissa Mulholland at lmulholland@colum.edu or 312.369.8826.

•    Teaching Artist Minor - Contact Ms. Larissa Mulholland at lmulholland@colum.edu or 312.369.8826.

ADVISING: GRADUATE PROGRAMS
•    Elementary Education Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
Contact Ms. Sheila Brady at sbrady@colum.edu or 312.369.8147.

•    Visual Art Education Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
Contact Ms. Sheila Brady at sbrady@colum.edu or 312.369.8147.


ECE STUDIO SCHEDULE *new
The studio will be open for students to use during the scheduled times below.  The studio is located in room C'105, on the first floor of the 33 E. Congress building.  If the studio is not open for use, please see someone in our office for assistance. 

Day Availability
Mondays 12pm-5pm
Wednesdays 12pm-5pm
Fridays 12pm-3pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS
Undergraduate

Graduate



TUTORING & OTHER ACADEMIC SUPPORT
Education Lab Hours *new 
The Education department's computer lab is open to all students majoring in one of our undergraduate or graduate programs.  Below you will find a timetable listing its availability, including times for TAP (Test of Academic Profciency) tutoring.  If you need access to the lab, please see someone in our department.

Day Availability
Monday - Thursday 9am-6pm
Fridays  9am-5pm
Weekends Closed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Visit the Learning Studio for assistance.


LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES (LAS) CORE CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS
The LAS Core Curriculum is a set of curricular requirements for all undergraduate students seeking a degree at Columbia. These engaging courses in literature, history, humanities, languages, mathematics, and the sciences complement any major field of study and challenge students to think in independent, critical, and diverse ways.

Please visit the LAS Core Curriculum page for more information.