Columbia Nursing is dedicated to working with nonprofit organizations that support the communities in proximity to the school and other communities throught the city and state.
Columbia Nursing has signed a Memorandum of Understanding and is partnering with Jewish Home Lifecare, Geriatric Career Development (GCD) Program.
In addition, the school has collaborated with
- Bread and Roses High School
- Bronx Community Board #10 Community Fair
- Citizens Against Recidivism, Inc.
- City College of New York (CUNY): Diversity and Inclusive Excellence Workshop
- College and Community Fellowship
- Community Impact at Columbia University
- Coop City College and Career Fair
- CUMC Summer Medical and Dental Education Program (SMDEP) - Public Health Symposium; Tri-State Recruitment Fair
- CUMC Summer Public Health Scholars Program (SPHSP)
- Fordham University STEP (Science Technology Entry Program)
- Fordham University C-STEP (College Level Science Technology Entry Program)
- Goddard Riverside Community Center
- Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement Inc.
- Harlem Hospital School of Radiologic Technology
- Health Now New York – NOTE: Dr. Taylor is an advisory member
- HEOP/STEP Program, Barnard College (Higher Education Opportunity Program]/Science Technology Entry Program)
- Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing Center for Multicultural Education and Health Disparities, Multicultural Education Conference
- National Association of Hispanic Nurses
- National Black Nurses Association
- New York Cares
- New York City Mission Society Preventive Services: Harlem SNUG Program
- Tanenbaum Organization
- Teachers College REACH Program (Raising Educational Achievement Coalition of Harlem)
- The Balm in Gilead, Inc.
- The Center for Justice at Columbia University
- Venerable Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Fund, Archdiocese of New York
- Visiting Nurse Service: Seminar Mentoring the Next Generation of Nurse Leaders