Counseling services are provided by the HEOP professional staff on an individual or group basis. HEOP students receive the following types of counseling:
Meet with a HEOP Scholars adviser to discuss issues that are academic, personal, and/or financial. We can help you plan your academic program, refer you to appropriate departments, or just listen.
Please call the HEOP office (212) 854-3583 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome.
The department in conjunction with the Dean of Studies Academic Assistance Program will provide tutorial support. For help with writing, please sign up for a Writing Fellow at the Erica Jong Writing Center, 18 Milbank Hall (http://writing.barnard.edu). For additional/supplemental help with writing please contact Pam Cobrin at x42424 or email@example.com.
Borrow books from the HEOP Scholars Office and HEOP Scholars Computer Room for the semester. Please note there are borrowing and sign out procedures.
Given at the beginning of the semester for first year students to purchase books from Columbia Bookstore or Book Culture Bookstore. Please bring a copy of your program, a copy of the syllabus for the class, and the cost of the books to be purchased.
Receive an optional book advance on the first day of registration. This loan is included in your bill.
Borrow graphing calculators for the semester. $10 deposit fee required. Must be returned at the end of the semester.
Use the computer stationed in the HEOP Scholars Office located in 001 Milbank Hall.
To complete papers, projects, and other school-related tasks. You will be billed for the cost of the computer if it is damaged or not returned. Twenty five ($25) dollar deposit required. Late fee of $25 per day applies. Computers are limited.
You can use the HEOP Scholars Office to fax and copy for job and/or education related purposes.
Only for first-years. This academic skills course is designed to provide tips for a successful first-year. Offered in the fall semester.
Meet with a HEOP Scholars adviser who can help you improve your study habits.
Offered twice a year, study breaks offer students an opportunity to relax and break away from the academic rigor.
Be a Little Sister (first-year/sophomore) or a Big Sister (junior/ senior). Alumnae are also welcome to participate.
Find out about educational and internship opportunities, scholarships, fellowships, and other important news. Check your e-mail for updates.
Spring celebration of the Senior Class accomplishments.