Technology Services' technical support page
If you have a question that is not answered here, feel free to contact Columbia College.
Look through the CougarTrack login
FAQ to get answers and solutions to common questions and problems
— such as login issues, login activation, account lockout, passwords,
Take a look at these solutions for common CougarTrack problems in the
CougarTrack troubleshooting page.
See the CougarMail
FAQ or visit the CougarMail User Guide.
See the eRegistration
FAQ to find answers to common questions.
If you are not able to access your online classes, contact our Online Campus here: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call: (573) 875-7246 or (800) 231-2391, ext. 7246.
If you are still having technical difficulties that are not answered in the CougarTrack/Cougarmail online help pages, call or email our CougarTrack Help Desk. Call (573) 875-7369 or (800) 231-2391 ext. 7369.
Choose the appropriate admission application on the apply page.
Please visit the Transcripts webpage for instructions and forms.
You can change your address online in CougarTrack or by completing and returning the Change of address form. Completed forms can be returned to your local campus, or to the Enrollment Service Center located in MOH 205. You can also return the form to:
Please see International Admissions pages for more information.
These services are provided to all Columbia College students and alumni by Career Services Center.
Yes, in Human Resources area.
Yes, see the Online Campus pages
for more information.
Columbia College bookstore has their own Web site at http://ccis.bncollege.com/. We also have an online vendor that supplies textbooks for students of Online Campus and some Nationwide campuses.
Alumni merchandise is not currently sold over the Internet. However, we are looking into the possibility. In the meantime, please contact Development and Alumni Office to request a catalog or place an order.The online bookstore also has some merchandise for sale.
Yes, we do. See it under Columbia, MO section.
All freshmen and sophomores and any students receiving institutional aid are required to live on campus. Exceptions are: students age 22 or older; if living with parents in Boone County; married; have a child; or military veteran. Appeals should be addressed to Assistant Dean for Student Affairs.
Residence Halls do not have curfews or check-in times.
Student Affairs has a voluntary program in which students sign up directly with the company. Price varies with
the coverage desired. For more information regarding student health contact Student Affairs.
The Columbia College Cougars' Web site is located at www.columbiacougars.com.
Go to that nationwide campus' Web site,
and click "Directory" at the top of any page on that