During this period of social distancing the Office of Religious Life is open both in person and online. Learn about out our virtual resources and connect with members of our team below for counseling.
Religious Life Resources
Email Rev. Dr. Ian Rottenberg or call 646-906-5913. He is available for interfaith counseling and can also direct you to counseling from a leader in your faith tradition.
During this period of social-distancing and virtual education, the Office of Religious Life has organized virtual resources to help nurture the spiritual and religious health of our community.
See the Office of the University Chaplain website for information on Kraft Global Fellows trips, Chaplain's Tea, and counseling.
Find prayer and meditation spaces on the Morningside, Barnard, and Medical campus.
Learn about and attend the meetings and services of different faith communities on campus.
Our Religious Life Advisers represent a number of faith traditions across campus and work with students within and outside of their own tradition and group.
Review the Columbia University LGBTQ+ Guide: Resources to Foster an Affirming Community for LGBTQ+ Faculty, Students and Staff.
Email us to learn how Earl Hall and St. Paul's Chapel can be used for meeting spaces for recognized student groups at Columbia.
For additional campus resources, please visit the University Life Student Resources Directory.
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