Columbia University

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Faculty Resources

This section provides information on various policies on tenure and promotion, leaves, research and teaching. It also includes resources on funding support, awards and fellowship submissions, junior faculty support and work/life benefits. 

Faculty are invited to attend discussions on CC/SEAS expansion --  please use the below links to register for an indvidual discussion session (registration c

Submission information for various awards, honors and other opportunities for faculty.
Instructions for conducting online evaluations, policies and rules, a timeline of workflow due dates, FAQs and contact information for assistance.
Information about faculty housing and the housing assistance program, the lending program, and relocation assistance.
Resources for junior faculty including tenure clock information, mentoring, child care and schooling and other support.
Policies on various leaves and sabbatical guidelines.
Resources for Lecturers

The Arts and Sciences has a comprehensive review system for its full-time non-tenure-track faculty that is conducted by designation.

Information on the tenure review and promotion process.
Information on FRAP, TFRP, funding policies and opportunities and Sponsored Projects Administration and Finance.

Columbia University is committed to fostering intellectual inquiry in a climate of academic freedom and integrity.

On-campus resources that support teaching for both undergraduate and graduate courses.
New Faculty Resources

September 12, 2019

Dear New Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University,

The Work/Life Office fosters the well-being of the Columbia community and its people in their pursuit of meaningful and productive academic, personal and work lives.
Find A&S Faculty meeting dates and agendas, as well as meeting minutes and reports from past meetings.
Arts & Sciences IT provides select A&S faculty and staff with computing services and support. We deploy workstations, build websites, consult on research computing needs, assist with erooms, and handle all desktop support needs.