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  1. University main gate is on right. The main gate is not open to vehicular traffic. By Car From Southern Manhattan or Brooklyn. Take the Henry Hudson Parkway (Route 9A) north. Exit the Parkway at 125th Street. Turn right onto 125th Street. Turn right onto Broadway and continue south to 116th Street. University main gate is on the left.

  2. Turn left onto West 41st Street. Turn right onto 12th Avenue, the Henry Hudson Parkway. From the Parkway, take the West 96th Street exit. Merge onto 96th Street and turn left onto Broadway. Continue to West 116th Street. University main gate is on right. The main gate is not open to vehicular traffic.

    • Existing External Gates
    • Internal Historical Gates
    • Former Gates

    Gates are found at the following locations and are open 24-hours, unless otherwise noted: The university sometimes closes select gates during inclement weather, though the 116th Street gates are virtually always open, closing once a year during University Commencement. The gates also close during citywide emergencies such as September 11th. The pair of gates donated by the Class of 1929 that flank Butler Library on 114th Street were erected in June of 1954, a gift of the Class of 1929 on its 25th anniversary in honor of Columbia's Bicentennial.

    The North Dutch Church Gates

    The oldest gates on Columbia's campus flank the courtyard in front of St. Paul's Chapel and stand on steps leading from St. Paul's to Fayerweather Hall. The three sets of gates originally stood outside the North Dutch Church on the corner of Fulton and William Streets. The church stood from 1769 until its demolition in 1875, and had served as the site of Columbia's Commencement in 1809. The gates, along with the Midtown Campus gate were donated and erected in memory of Abram S. Hewitt CC 1842.

    The Midtown Campus Gate

    Standing innocuously between Butler Library and John Jay Hall is one of the few relics of Columbia's Midtown campus. The solid looking free standing gates that open onto Weston Plazaonce stood on a 49th Street entrance onto campus, just east of Madison Avenue. Like the North Dutch Church Gates, the Midtown campus gate was erected in memory of Abram S. Hewitt.

    The Grove Gates

    Long before the 116th Street gates were erected, the 'gates' on Columbia's campus referred to the three gates that stood around the Grove on the northern part of campus. The only one remaining today is the Class of 1882 gate on 120th Street, hidden behind CEPSR, and designed by Charles McKim. The other 2 gates, among the most ornate gates to grace Columbia's Morningside Heights campus are a distant memory. The Mapes Memorial Gate, erected by the Classes of 1890-1892 in memory of Herbert Mapes...

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  4. Columbia University Preparedness Morningside Campus: 212-854-2797 535 West 116th Street, 101 Low Library, MC 4301, New York, NY Manhattanville Campus: 212-853-3301 3270 Broadway, New York, 10027

    • 3270 Broadway, New York, 10027
  5. The GPS address of the Visitors Center, Morningside Heights campus, is 535 West 116th Street New York, New York 10027 . From Riverside Drive and West 95th Street. Go north on Riverside Drive to 116th Street. Turn right and go two blocks to Broadway and the University’s main gate (which is not open to traffic).

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