Led by a friendly student ambassador, our daily tours also include a meeting with admissions counselors and a chance to chat with professors and coaches.
RSVP to attend an on-campus event, like our summer camps and competitions, to get details about our programs, professors, student life and more.
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Dulany Dining Hall offers full breakfast, lunch and dinner menus and meal plans, while the Cougar Café is perfect for grabbing a sandwich or coffee between classes.
You'll get free use of the state-of-the-art fitness center on campus, which features an extensive free-weight and resistance machine area, plus treadmills, stationary bikes and ellipticals to keep up your cardio.
In addition to a full calendar of campus activities, you can throw yourself into any of the 50+ student clubs and organizations on campus, covering everything from academic clubs to political, service and social groups.
With residence halls located right on our small campus, it'll only take you a minute or two to get to classes, the library, gym or Cougar athletic events. And downtown Columbia is only a five minute walk away!
The Atkins Holman Student Commons is where you'll find the bookstore, Cougar Café, student affairs and health services offices, plus a place to relax between classes.
With clubs, scholarships, English programs and activities for international students, Columbia College is the perfect place to experience American college life.
Around half of our students transfer from other institutions. Check out our transfer credit guides and transfer student scholarships.
Helping your child find the right college can be stressful. We've put together helpful guides that break down everything you need to know in each year of high school.
When you start at Columbia College, your tuition rate is locked for up to five academic years, so you don't have to worry about unexpected increases.
Many students also qualify for financial aid and scholarships.
Fill out and submit an application for acceptance to Columbia College.
Send all transcripts and test scores your program requires to the Office of the Registrar.
Get your education funding lined up by first completing financial aid and scholarship applications.
Made the Dean's list for the 2nd semester. I have to get these in now before my math classes are on the schedule! #deanslist #columbiacollege #straightas #oldlady
It's time to come home and retrace your tracks. https://my.ccis.edu/events/homecoming Get ready for a weekend of fun, family and friends on October 7.
#BetterTogether #WeAreCC @AMCSports record 2-0 AMC, 12-2 overall
Assistant Director Mark Clark presented this Certificate of Commendation to Kansas City student, Curtis Cattau, for achieving the Dean's List for Summer 2017. Congratulations on your achievement, Curtis! 👏👏👏
It's here!!!! #WeAreCC https://t.co/Z5fS7DTl5U
Columbia College of Missouri-Lake County Director, Lyndon Russell, presents a certificate of appreciation to student, Christina Jackson. Director Russell presented the certificate on behalf of Dr. Jeffrey Musgrove, the Vice President for Adult Higher Education. Christina was recognized for promoting higher education in the Naval Station Great Lakes community.
Only 7 more weeks until Women's Basketball has their first home game of the season. Keep putting that work in ladies 🏀💪🏻 #WeAreCC
Columbia College remembers the men and women who were killed in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The Columbia College community's thoughts and prayers are with the families who lost their loved ones on that terrible day. #neverforget
Always loving on this beautiful campus 💙
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College takes part in National Campus Safety Awareness Month
More than 600 people flock to campus Quad to celebrate eclipse
August 12, 2017 – via the eMissourian.com From walk-on to national champion. It’s the type of story every athlete dreams about. But, for Washington High School graduate Abby Stricker, it was no dream. Stricker, a 2015 Washington High School graduate, became Columbia College’s first-ever individual NAIA champion in May when she won the NAIA long…
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