1755 in Columbia history:
- The University of Pennsylvania opened as an institution of higher education.
- 15 May - The "Rectors et al. of the Church of England" (i.e. Trinity Church) deeded five acres of land to "the Governors et al. of the College of the Province of New York," which would become Columbia's Park Place campus
- 3 June - Governors of the College adopted a design prepared by Samuel Johnson for the seal of King's College
|History of Columbia University
| Succeeded by|