About Fort Sill campus
Columbia College-Fort Sill was established in 2007 to meet the higher education needs of the personnel at one of the Army’s largest installations and serve the civilians in Lawton, Okla. The campus offers high-tech classrooms, qualified academic advisors and faculty and high-speed, online access to library resources and free parking.
The Fort Sill campus provides a unique educational opportunity to working adults through its degree offerings and eight-week course format. As part of a network of campuses across the country and a robust online program, the college offers convenient courses to civilians as well as military adult learners.
Students take a mix of in-seat and online classes.
Columbia College-Fort Sill has an agreement with Central Texas College, also located at Fort Sill, to allow students a seamless transition from an associate degree through a bachelor’s degree, and beyond, at Columbia College.
Columbia College-Fort Sill was established in 2007 to meet the higher education needs of the personnel at one of the Army's largest installations and to serve the civilian population in one of the state's most thriving and fastest growing cities.
We know there's more to life than studying. When you're ready to take a break from the books, you'll find plenty of recreational, cultural and sports opportunities.
Fort Sill is the only active Army installation of all the forts built on the South Plains during the Indian Wars. Fort Sill is designated as a national historic landmark and is home to the U.S. Army Field Artillery and the Field Artillery Training Center. Fort Sill is at the forefront of tremendous technological advances and is steeped in natural, living history.
The School of Fire for the Field Artillery was founded at Fort Sill in 1911 and continues to operate today as the world renowned U.S. Army Field Artillery School. At various times Fort Sill also has been home to the Infantry school of Musketry, the School for Aerial Observers, the Air Service Flying School and the Army Aviation School. Fort Sill's mission is to train artillery soldiers, and its three-pronged approach to training makes it one of the best training posts in the Army.