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  • Columbia University at New York

Visit the Ivy League NYC Campus of Columbia University

New York City's oldest academic institution of higher learning, Columbia University is an iconic Ivy League college and research university in Manhattan. Located just north of the Upper West Side on a sprawling 300-acre campus in Morningside Heights, Columbia University is less than 15 minutes away from Hotel Belleclaire, a preferred hotel of the college.
Visit the vibrant campus, which features incredible historical sites and architecture, explore the arts in galleries and exhibits, or stroll through the historic grounds, dating to 1754 when the university was established. Whether you're in New York City with a prospective student, in town for an alumni event, or celebrating a graduation, Hotel Belleclaire is the preferred choice among affordable hotels near Columbia University.
Columbia University at New York



  • Visitors Center: Monday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


  • Free

Events & Activities

  • Tours
  • Dining
  • Research
  • Academic Talks & Lectures

Historic Campus Landmarks

  • Low Memorial Library
  • Philosophy Hall
  • Pupin Hall
  • Havemeyer Hall




  • How do I get to Columbia University from the hotel?

    One of the closest hotels to Columbia University on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, getting from Hotel Belleclaire to the campus is a breeze on the subway. Take the 1 train uptown from the 79th Street station, located two blocks from the hotel, five stops (about 10-15 minutes) to 116th Street / Columbia University station; the university will be adjacent to the station.
  • How can I arrange a tour of the Columbia University campus?

    Visitors interested in the Historical Guided Tour of Columbia University must register and reserve a spot online or in person at the Visitors Center. Tours are free but fill up quickly, as the campus is filled with historic landmarks, so register as soon as possible to guarantee a spot.

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