75th Anniversary

Class of 1946

The Columbia Programs in Occupational Therapy are celebrating our 75th Anniversary in 2017.

Join us on April 22-23, 2017 for a variety of activities, including social get-togethers, a retrospective of the Programs, and a tour of our new and expanding facilities.  Feel free to join us for the entire weekend, or you can register for Saturday and Sunday separately.


Saturday, April 22nd: Alumni and friends happy hour from 5-7pm at the Empire Hotel on the Upper West Side (44 W. 63rd Street).

Sunday, April 23rd: Main anniversary celebration at the Columbia University Medical Campus, 104 Haven Avenue.

9:00am Registration and continental breakfast

10:00am Anniversary program featuring our Keynote Speaker, Lauren Manning, a 9/11 survivor and author of Unmeasured Strength.

12:00pm Lunch and time to spend with your classmates and fellow alumni

Student led tours will be available after lunch.



$45 ticket price includes open bar and hors d’oeuvres.

To register online for Saturday, please visit https://events.columbia.edu/go/OTParty


Registration is closed for Sunday.

If you are unable to register online or have any questions, please call Eileen Lloyd at 212-305-7038.

Transportation and Parking

How to get to the Medical Campus: http://www.cumc.columbia.edu/about/transportation

Parking is available at the NYPH visitor garage at 115 Ft. Washington Avenue (between 164th and 165th Streets) or at commercial garages in the area.  Parking alternatives and some commercial lots can also be found here: http://www.cumc.columbia.edu/facilities-management/parking/alternatives


If you have not received any communication about our anniversary, please update your contact information here: Alumni Contact Information Update Form

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