Columbia GSAS-FLIP Network Mentor Form
The Columbia FLIP-GSAS Network connects graduate students from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) with members of Columbia’s First-Generation Low-Income Partnership (FLIP).

The mission of the FLIP-GSAS Network is to coordinate support for FLIP members and affiliates in such areas as undergraduate thesis writing, faculty and professional networking, and graduate and professional school applications.

In addition to hosting roundtable events, we intend to offer individual field-specific support for undergraduates in these areas.

If you are interested in serving as a mentor, please fill out the following online form and we will contact you with more information.

If you have any questions, contact Alexander de la Paz (ad3085 at columbia.edu).

Name
First and last name
Your answer
Columbia Email
Your answer
GSAS Department
Choose your GSAS program in the menu below.
Subfields
List your disciplinary subfields
Your answer
Research Interests
List your substantive and methodological research interests
Your answer
Other than your current field of study, are there other programs about which you are competent to offer advice? (e.g., law if you have a JD, public policy if you have a MPP, etc.)
As an undergraduate, did you qualify as a first-generation college student?
NOTE: A first-generation college student is defined as a student whose parents or legal guardians did not complete a college degree.
What year are you in your doctoral program?
Are you interested in serving as a department representative?
Department representatives are charged with publicizing events and encouraging peers to mentor within their departments.
Personal Website
Input the URL of your website (optional)
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