I have done a ton of research on Columbia's School of General Studies, and am, for the most part, convinced that it is the school I will attend in the fall. However, I've stumbled upon a few posts on various forums here that cast some doubt on my decision. Though these posts (and there are very few) are mainly centered on employers' perceptions of GS, I am concerned mainly with how graduate schools view this program. Again, I've done some research and have read about GS students going on to attend prestigious law schools, medical schools, etc. I guess I'm just looking for some final confirmation from users here that this is certainly the case. I'm fairly confident that GS is an excellent program, but remain a bit skeptical about the notable differences in admissions standards between the other two undergraduate schools at Columbia. On that note, has anyone that has attended GS ever had any issues with prospective employers or graduate schools? Have any of you also faced any discrimination from other Columbia students, or heard of any anti-GS sentiment on campus?