List of Columbia University alumni and attendees

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This is a partial list of notable persons who have had ties to Columbia University. For further listings of notable Columbians see notable alumni at:

People[edit]

Politics, military and law[edit]

Business[edit]

See also: Notable alumni of Columbia Business School, Columbia Law School (Business and Philanthropy), Columbia College of Columbia University, School of Engineering and Applied Science (Columbia University) (Businesspeople) for separate listing of more than 155 businesspersons

Religion and ministry[edit]

See also: Notable alumni of Columbia College of Columbia University (Religious figures) for separate listing of more than 10 religious figures

Architecture, arts and literature[edit]

See also: Notable alumni of Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia College of Columbia University (Artists and architects; and Writers) and Columbia Law School (Arts and Letters) for separate listing of more than 90 architects, artists, and writers

Performing arts[edit]

See also: Notable alumni of Columbia College of Columbia University (Actors; Musicians, Composers, Lyricists; Playwrights, Screenwriters, and Directors) and Columbia University School of the Arts

Academy awards[edit]

Actors, directors, writers, composers, others[edit]

Journalism[edit]

See also: Notable alumni of Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia College of Columbia University (Journalism and media figures; and Publishers), and Columbia Law School (Journalists) for separate listing of more than 175 journalists, media figures, and publishers

National Book Awards[edit]

Pulitzer prizes[edit]

MacArthur Fellows[edit]

The following alumni are fellows of the MacArthur Fellows Program (known as the "genius grant") from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. As this is an interdisciplinary award, fellows are listed here as well as in their fields of accomplishment.

National Medal of Science[edit]

National Medal of Technology[edit]

Science, technology, engineering, mathematics[edit]

See also: Notable alumni of Columbia College of Columbia University (Scientists and inventors) for additional listing of more than 28 scientists and inventors, Columbia School of Engineering and Applied Science for additional listing of more than 55 scientists, engineers, computer scientists and inventors, and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons for additional listing of more than 100 physicians

Astronauts and aviators[edit]

Academia[edit]

Presidents, chancellors, founders[edit]

Theorists[edit]

See also: above at Nobel Laureates (Alumni) for separate listing of more than 43 academics and theorists, Notable alumni at Columbia College of Columbia University (Academicians), Columbia Law School (Academia: University presidents and Legal Academia), and Columbia Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (Economists-Natural Scientists, Social Scientists) for separate listing of more than 163 academics and theorists

Sports[edit]

Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig
Hall of Famer Sandy Koufax

Activists[edit]

See also: notable alumni of Columbia Law School (Activism) and Columbia College (Miscellaneous) for a separate listing of more than 50 activists

Fictional characters[edit]

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