Pricing & Policy
Learning & Development workshop participants will be required to provide a form of payment upon registering for a workshop or program.
Columbia faculty and staff are required to obtain approval form their manager to take any of the classroom learning courses. Employees should speak with their manager and department finance contact to secure the account and project information needed to process the internal chargeback in ARC, also known as a chartstring.
Affiliates and other members of the Columbia University community will be prompted to provide payment for workshops via credit card to confirm registration. It is important to also review associated payment procedures, cancellation and refund policies.
Workshop Pricing & Policy
Provide Payment as a Columbia Employee
When registering for a course online you will be prompted to provide your departmental chartstring. If you do not know this information, please reach out to your manager, DA or Finance contact within your school/department.
Your chartstring should consist of both your Department Number and your Project Number
- Department Numbers are seven digits; example: 1234576
- Project Numbers begin with UR/GG/PG/ or CP and are followed by six digits; example: UR009999
If you have questions, please email email@example.com for further assistance.
Registration Email Confirmation
Upon registering for a course, you will receive an email confirmation. If you have question or concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancellation and Refund
If you need to cancel after registering for a course, please submit your cancellation at least seven days before the course. Advance notification gives wait-listed participants the opportunity to attend.
A course registration must be canceled at least seven days prior to the scheduled course date to ensure the full cost of the course is waived. If the cancellation is not received within seven days, the full cost of the course will be charged to the registrant.
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As required by law, Columbia University HR Learning & Development does not disclose non-public personal information that we have obtained to any of our affiliates. We are committed to protecting the confidentiality of the personal information you provide. Access to your personal information is restricted to a small number of staff members to ensure effective service is provided to you. We maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that are reasonably designed to guard your non-public personal information.