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Admissions checklist

  • Step 1:

    Complete the application and arrange for your high school or college transcripts (if applicable) to be sent to the Office of the Registrar at 1001 Rogers St., Columbia, MO 65216.

  • Step 2:

    Authenticate your identity in the campus office or online with your webcam.

  • Step 3:

    Submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) with school code 002456.

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What's happening at Columbia College?

  • Who wants to graduate faster?

    A Columbia College degree could change your life. The great news is that you can now complete your degree even faster, with six class sessions available each year.

  • Springfield CC 360 March Edition

    Why go to college? Ask our students  By Kathy Gress, director, Columbia College-Springfield Going to college changes a person, no matter who they are. I was reflecting back to when I went to college for the first time in my 30s. I was a first generation college student and went home for Thanksgiving, textbooks in…

  • Springfield campus presents scholarship to Struttman

    Columbia College-Springfield Campus Director Kathy Gress recently announced that student Joanna Struttman has been awarded the campus’ scholarship for the 2016 academic year. Struttman is a senior student working toward a bachelor’s degree in general studies. The $850 scholarship is presented annually to a current Columbia College-Springfield student. “We are pleased to present this scholarship…

Contact us

Address: 3271 E Battlefield Rd Suite 250
Springfield, MO 65804

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Phone: (417) 881-4466
Fax: (417) 881-8926

Office hours:
M.-Th.: 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Fri.: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Appointments after hours are available.

Student services

  • Career services

    The staff at the Grossnickle Career Services Center can help you make the most of your degree and career. They'll help you write a great resumé, perfect your interview skills and find a job. These services are free for life.

  • Local advising

    Whether you're starting a degree for the first time or transferring from another institution, your academic advisor will help you map out your degree courses to get you to graduation as efficiently as possible.

  • Military services

    The expert staff in the Ousley Family Veterans Service Center can help you access and manage your GI Bill benefits, and connect you with a range of support services to help you succeed at Columbia College.