Links to Success

These tips can help you throughout your time at Columbia—and not just with health-related issues. From academics and finances, to relationships and more, this guide to campus resources will make it easier to find the information you need and stay on track.

Campus Resources

Contact the resident assistant on-duty in your building/area (cell number posted throughout building, 9:00 p.m. through 8:00 a.m. during the week and 24-hours on weekends.

  • Enhance your bedtime routine by taking the online sleep assessment.
  • Learn how to do more than count sheep with tips for getting a better night's rest.
  • Talk with a health care provider or mental health professional about your sleeping patterns.
  • Check out the Go Ask Alice! Q&As about sleep for more information.
  • Check out the nutrition resources on the Columbia Health website  to learn about making healthy choices at the grocery store, when planning meetings and events, and in your day-to-day life.
  • Make an appointment with a registered dietitian in Medical Services or Columbia Dining to talk through any special diets you may follow.
  • For support addressing concerns about eating or body image, contact a member of the Eating Disorders team at Counseling and Psychological Services.
  • Visit the Columbia Dining website for the dining hall and café menus.
  • Talk with a professional at the Center for Career Education to explore your career opportunities.
  • Check your department website for a list of faculty, peer advisors, and upcoming information sessions on identifying a career path.
  • Find an internship or part-time job through LionSHARE.
  • Talk with a career counselor about questions you may have about your job search as someone who identifies as LGBTQ.