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Beginning at 12 p.m. tomorrow, February 14, access to the Morningside campus will be limited to CUID holders only with entry at the College Walk pedestrian gates at Broadway and 116th and Amsterdam and 116th, Wien Gate on 116th between Amsterdam and Morningside Drive, Earl Hall Gate at 117th and Broadway, and John Jay Gate on 114th Street near Amsterdam. 

Beginning at 11 a.m. Thursday, February 8, access to the Morningside campus will be limited to CUID holders only with entry at the College Walk pedestrian gates at Broadway and 116th and Amsterdam and 116th, Wien Gate on 116th between Amsterdam and Morningside Drive, Earl Hall Gate at 117th and Broadway, and John Jay Gate on 114th Street near Amsterdam.

Beginning at 12:00 p.m. Friday, February 2, the campus gates at 116th and Broadway will be closed and access to the Morningside campus will be limited to CUID holders only. This measure is being put in place out of an abundance of caution based on information received about a large planned demonstration at 116th and Broadway on Friday afternoon.

Beginning at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, February 1, access to the Morningside campus will be limited to CUID holders only with entry at the College Walk pedestrian gates at Broadway and 116th and Amsterdam and 116th, Wien Gate on 116th between Amsterdam and Morningside Drive, Earl Hall Gate at 117th and Broadway, and John Jay Gate on 114th Street near Amsterdam. All other campus gates will be closed.

Beginning at 12:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 24, access to the Morningside campus will be limited to CUID holders only with entry at the College Walk pedestrian gates at Broadway and 116th and Amsterdam and 116th, Wien Gate on 116th between Amsterdam and Morningside Drive, Earl Hall Gate at 117th and Broadway, and John Jay Gate on 114th Street near Amsterdam. All other campus gates will be closed.

Public Safety partnered with engineering students to update Lion Safe, the University’s mobile safety app. Input from students about how the app is used and which services are most popular helped shape the redesign of the free app.

An update on recent incidents in and around Morningside Park

A message related to recent incidents in Morningside Park and a reminder about safety resources available for the Columbia community.

Public Safety recently published its Annual Security and Fire Safety Report for 2023.

The Public Safety monthly e-newsletter offers the Columbia community valuable safety, security, and crime prevention information along with information about our comprehensive training programs and more.

Welcome to the start of a new academic year! As you begin to establish your schedules and routines for the new semester, Vice President of Public Safety Gerald Lewis Jr. shares important safety information and available University resources.

As part of the annual Back to School Supply Drive hosted by the West Harlem Development Corporation, the NYPD 26th Precinct, and the Manhattan Community Board 9, Public Safety teamed up with Columbia Community Services (CCS) to collect school supplies for students in the local community.