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Student-focused and tight-knit, CC is home to students across the nation.

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Classes are small, so your voice is heard, not just the lecturer's.

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How will I pay?

Don't be put off by the sticker price! there are tons of ways to pay for your education.

  • 160

    More than 160 years: That's how long we've been serving our students.

  • 70

    70% of Columbia College students receive federal grants to help pay for college.

  • 4.1

    $4.1 million: Amount of scholarships awarded by Columbia College each year.

Where can I take classes?

Take classes online or find evening classes near you.

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Though founded in Columbia, Missouri, Columbia College has since expanded to more than 35 locations around the country. With more than 15 locations on military bases, we excel at serving military members and veterans as well as civilians.

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What's going on in the CC community?

When can I start?

Next sessions begin:

Day classes in Columbia, Missouri begin:

August 28

All classes at the Day Campus take place over 16-week semesters.

Registration deadline:
August 30

Evening and online classes begin:

June 26

All evening and online class sessions last eight weeks.

Registration deadline:
June 28

Who will be teaching me?

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Janie Alexander
Instructor of Psychology, Columbia, Missouri

Fun Facts

  • Avid kayaker
  • Certified hypnotist
  • Whitewater rafter
Read about Janie Alexander
Portrait of Janie Alexander
“My favorite thing about my job is watching a student connect the dots to create that A-HA moment.”

Sports

Cougar Athletics
  • eSports

    The eSports team prepares for the Midwest Campus Clash Tournament and Gaming Expo on April 8.

  • Basketball

    Men’s basketball concludes the 2016-17 season with a 27-6 record.

  • Basketball

    A final tally of 26-7 settles the season for women’s basketball.

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