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EA Sports supports Columbia College video game challenge
Columbia College is pleased to announce that EA Sports will support the President’s Inauguration Video Game Challenge.
Palmer named vice president of Enrollment and Marketing
Kevin Palmer has been named vice president of Enrollment and Marketing at Columbia College.
Columbia College names Musgrove as vice president for Adult Higher Education
Columbia College is pleased to announce Dr. Jeff Musgrove has been named vice president for Adult Higher Education.
Columbia College to hold commencement ceremony May 10
Columbia College will hold two commencement ceremonies at noon and 3:30 p.m., Saturday, May 10.
Columbia College employees make transformational gift to Tradition Meets Tomorrow campaign
Columbia College is pleased to announce an $111,000 gift from Barry Langford, assistant professor of criminal justice.
A new era for Columbia College
The Columbia College Board of Trustees has unanimously selected Dr. Scott Dalrymple to serve as the 17th president of Columbia College.
Two Columbia College presidential finalists named
Two Columbia College presidential finalists named Finalists to visit Columbia College campuses Jan. 12-14
Columbia College recognized by Military Times as a military-friendly school
Columbia College was recently named to Military Times’ “Best for Vets: Colleges 2014” list. This is the second year the college has received this ranking in the online and nontraditional category.
Columbia College to defer tuition costs for veterans affected by government shutdown
Columbia College recently announced it will expand tuition deferment for the term that begins Oct. 21 to veterans whose benefits have been suspended or delayed as a result of the federal government shutdown.
Columbia College to defer tuition costs for military service members affected by government shutdown
In light of the federal government shutdown that began Oct. 1, Columbia College will defer tuition charges for the term that begins Oct. 21 while military students seek other funding.
Columbia College named to the 2014 Military Friendly Schools list
Columbia College was recently named to the 2014 Military Friendly Schools list. With this recognition, Columbia College is ranked in the top 20 percent of colleges nationwide for being military friendly.
Columbia College partners with Coast Guard to serve military learners
Columbia College is pleased to announce that the college has been selected to participate in the Coast Guard Degree Pathways Program.
Columbia College's Adult Higher Education division celebrates 40th anniversary
Columbia College will celebrate the 40th anniversary of its Adult Higher Education program Aug. 29, which coincides with the anniversary of the college’s first Nationwide Campus location, based in St. Louis
Columbia College vice president announces retirement after 18-year 'illustrious career'
COLUMBIA, Mo., Aug. 21 -- David “Mike” Randerson, vice president for adult higher education at Columbia College announced his retirement effective Jan. 31, 2014.
Columbia College recognized by Forbes
Columbia College recently was recognized as a “financially sound” institution by Forbes, based on a study that evaluated more than 900 four-year, private, nonprofit institutions across the country.
Columbia College to defer tuition costs for military service members affected by Sequester
Columbia College to offer deferred tuition and payment plan to students whose military tuition assistance has been suspended
Columbia College names interim president, search committee
Daisy Grossnickle, chair of the Columbia College Board of Trustees, has announced the presidential search timeline for the college, including members of the search committee and the interim president
Columbia College recognized in U.S.News & World Report's Top Online Education Programs
Columbia College’s online bachelor’s degree programs and the MBA program were recognized in the second edition of Top Online Education Programs by U.S.News & World Report.
Columbia College president announces retirement
Dr. Gerald T. Brouder, president of Columbia College, announced his retirement as the 16th president of Columbia College.
Columbia College named one of fastest-growing campuses in the nation
Columbia College earned the No. 17 spot as one of the fastest-growing private nonprofit master’s institutions in the nation by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Columbia College celebrates 10-year anniversaries at Hunter Army Airfield and Fort Stewart
Columbia College will celebrate 10 years of educational excellence on Thursday, May 10, at both of its Georgia campuses.
Columbia College chosen for Obama-backed Project Win-Win
College part of nationwide effort to help more Americans obtain college degrees
Columbia College to hold commencement ceremony Dec. 18
Participants include largest group of master's degree students in college history.
Columbia College recognizes Debra Shrout with Frazier Moon Administrator of the Year award
Columbia College honored Debra Shrout, director of the St. Louis campus, with the Frazier Moon Administrator of the Year award.

Collegewide News
Columbia College to host Kate Sweeney and Heather Dobbins
Columbia College will host authors Kate Sweeney and Heather Dobbins for a reading and book signing Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m. in the Jane Froman Studio in Dorsey Hall on the college’s campus.
Columbia College launches bachelor of nursing degree program
Fully online program allows students to earn their degree while they work as an RN
Columbia College executive director of Administrative Services announces retirement
Bob Hutton, executive director for Administrative Services at Columbia College announced his retirement effective September 26, 2014.
Columbia College's public relations and marketing departments receive Communicator Awards
Columbia College’s public relations and marketing departments recently received four Communicator Awards, which are presented and judged by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts.
Preul named associate director of Alumni Relations
Columbia College is pleased to announce the hiring of Carolyn Preul as associate director of Alumni Relations.
Columbia College names Fischer as executive director of Human Resources
Columbia College is pleased to announce Patty Fischer has been promoted to the position of executive director of Human Resources.
Columbia College professor earns Trustees Teaching Award
Dr. Ahoo Tabatabai, assistant professor of sociology, has been awarded the 2014 Columbia College Trustees Award for Teaching Excellence
Columbia College promotes Gray to assistant director
Columbia College is pleased to announce the promotion of Justin Gray from manager of digital marketing to assistant director of digital marketing.
Montgomery-Carberry named Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy
Columbia College director of development Melissa Montgomery-Carberry recently was recognized as a Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP) by the Irwin Graduate School of The American College.
Columbia College honored for marketing campaigns
Columbia College’s marketing department recently received two bronze Telly Awards for its “Young Americans” and “Worth It” broadcast campaigns at the 35th Annual Telly Awards.
Columbia College to assist Mid-Continent University students
Columbia College will offer the “Stay a Cougar” program, which is designed to help students affected by the recent closure of Mid-Continent University.
Columbia College professor helps fight hunger
Columbia College assistant professor Bo Bedilion is partnering with local artists and art students from Missouri Valley College and Columbia College to host “Empty Bowls,” an event to help curb hunger.
Compton elected regional president of Alpha Chi
Dr. Tonia Compton, assistant professor of history at Columbia College, was elected president of Region IV for Alpha Chi National College Honor Society.
Columbia College of Missouri student wins Startup Weekend Syracuse
Peter Michael Whalen, a Columbia College of Missouri-Hancock Field student, was part of the winning team at the recent Startup Weekend Syracuse competition
Columbia College’s alumni magazine wins two Marcom awards
Columbia College is pleased to announce that Affinity, the college’s alumni magazine, has won two Marcom awards.
Columbia College-Rolla receives donation from St. Louis Science Center
Columbia College-Rolla recently received a generous donation of rocks and minerals from the St. Louis Science Center. The donation, which includes more than 70 different types of rocks and minerals, will help bolster the college’s STEM offerings.
Columbia College kicks off LEAN initiative with help from zombies
Columbia College students, faculty and staff participated in a kick-off event to introduce a new initiative called LEAN, a widely used efficiency concept in which individuals identify and correct organizational inefficiency.
Columbia College hires Friederichs as director of Denver campus
Columbia College is pleased to announce the selection of Dr. Allison Friederichs to move from assistant director to director of Columbia College-Denver.
Columbia College student receives startup funding in pitch competition
Angela Houston recently received the $5,000 Fishman Entrepreneur Award to help launch her business, Visionality Consulting.
Columbia College Trustees honor Brouder with “emeritus” status
Today the Board of Trustees for Columbia College bestowed the title of President Emeritus on President Gerald T. Brouder.
Columbia College announces name of new science building
As construction on a state-of-the-art science center nears completion, the Columbia College Board of Trustees recently announced the building will be named the Gerald T. and Bonnie M. Brouder Science Center.
M.J. Walther Donnelly makes $572,000 gift to Columbia College
Columbia College is proud to announce a major gift of more than $500,000 to the Tradition Meets Tomorrow campaign from M.J. Walther Donnelly ’43.
Columbia College-Los Alamitos celebrates 15th anniversary
Columbia College-Los Alamitos is celebrating 15 years in the greater Los Angeles area and Orange County.
Columbia College to hold commencement ceremony Dec. 15
Columbia College will hold two winter commencement ceremonies at noon and 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15.
Columbia College-Lake of the Ozarks Nursing Program to hold pinning ceremony Dec. 14
The Columbia College-Lake of the Ozarks Nursing Program will celebrate the hard work and perseverance of 14 of its nursing students with a pinning ceremony
Gerald Brouder receives tribute from higher education compact
Brouder receives the Phillip Sirotkin Award for exemplary leadership in advancing Midwestern higher education.
Columbia College faculty and staff receive PTSD training
Columbia College now offers an interactive training course designed to help college employees better understand the student veteran community.
Columbia College-St. Louis to hold commencement Dec. 1
Columbia College will recognize graduates at the St. Louis campus commencement ceremony Saturday, Dec. 1 at 2 p.m. The ceremony will take place at the St. Charles Convention Center.
Columbia College-Denver celebrates new location in Centennial
Due to its recent move from Aurora to the Denver Tech Center in Centennial, Columbia College-Denver hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 28.
Columbia College helps “get out the give” as part of #GivingTuesday
Columbia College will participate in the inaugural #GivingTuesday, a nationwide movement to transform how people think about, talk about and participate in the giving season.
Columbia College plays host to community leaders
Columbia College held a community leadership briefing breakfast Wednesday, Nov. 14 in Dulany Hall.
Columbia College of Missouri-Hancock Field to donate cell phones to troops deployed overseas
Columbia College of Missouri-Hancock Field donates more than 400 cell phones to soldiers for Veterans Day
Columbia College-Redstone Arsenal to hold commencement Nov. 10
Columbia College will recognize graduates at the Redstone Arsenal campus commencement ceremony Saturday, Nov. 10 at 1 p.m.
Columbia College-Jefferson City holds graduate information session Wednesday, Nov. 7
Columbia College-Jefferson City is holding a graduate information session Wednesday, Nov. 7 from 4-5 p.m. on the Columbia College-Jefferson City campus.
Columbia College-Orlando announces enrollment numbers
Orlando campus sees 26-percent increase in new students
Columbia College-Rolla announces enrollment numbers
Rolla campus sees 40-percent increase in new students
Columbia College-Springfield announces enrollment numbers
Campus sees 85-percent increase in new students
Columbia College announces enrollment numbers
The traditional Day Campus, the college saw a 24.9-percent increase in new students compared to fall 2011.
Incoming students to "Storm the Gate" at Columbia College
Upperclassmen will welcome new students to Columbia College with a cookout and music from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 19, at Rogers Gate Bass Commons.
Speed Mingle connects students with faculty
As part of the ongoing orientation celebrations, Columbia College will hold a “Faculty Speed Mingle.”
Columbia College's Relay for Life team raises more than $20,000
Throughout the past year, the Columbia College Relay for Life team raised $20,824 for the fight against cancer.
Columbia College hires Gielazauskas as director of marketing intelligence
Veronica Gielazauskas has been named director of marketing intelligence for Columbia College where she will oversee the marketing intelligence team in harnessing internal and external marketing research to guide business growth and marketing decisions.
Columbia College promotes Schenewerk to bursar and hires Schelp as controller
Columbia College is pleased to announce the promotion of Randy Schenewerk to bursar and the addition of Allen Schelp, CPA, as controller.
Columbia College honors four alumni with awards
The Columbia College Alumni Association (CCAA) honored four alumni at the college’s annual Reunion Weekend celebration in late April:
Columbia College announces new employees and promotions for the month of May
Columbia College is pleased to announce the addition of the following employees for the month of May:
Columbia College professor recognized as Advisor of the Year
Dr. Kenneth Felts, assistant professor of mathematics at Columbia College, recently received the Advisor of the Year award at the annual Student Affairs awards banquet.
Columbia College's alumni magazine, affinity, wins three awards
The summer 2011 issue of Columbia College’s alumni magazine, affinity, has won three awards:
Local student receives Columbia College Emerging Leader Award
Alicia Troesser of Bonnots Mill, Mo., recently received the Columbia College Emerging Leader Award at the annual Student Affairs awards banquet.
Local student receives Columbia College Servant Leadership Award
Ashley Bascio of Florissant, Mo., recently received the Columbia College Servant Leadership Award at the annual Student Affairs awards banquet.
Columbia College online course review specialist selected as presenter at distance teaching and learning conference
Columbia College Online Course Review Specialist Alicia Pigg has been selected as a presenter at the 28th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning held Aug. 8-10 in Madison, Wis.
Columbia College online instructor receives prestigious Sam Houston State University Award
Columbia College’s online graduate instructor Dr. Natalie Pearl recently received the 2012 Sam Houston State University Award from the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA).
Columbia College-Jefferson City inducts local students into Sigma Beta Delta honor society
The following students were inducted into the Columbia College Chapter of Sigma Beta Delta honor society at a ceremony on April 20 at the Columbia College-Jefferson City campus:
Columbia College hires Henry as director of NAS Jacksonville campus
Lori Henry has been named director of Columbia College-NAS Jacksonville.
Columbia College of Missouri-Elgin announces 2012 Excellence in Education Scholarship recipient
Columbia College of Missouri-Elgin has awarded the 2012 Elgin Campus Excellence in Education Scholarship to Cassondra Reichenbach of Genoa, Ill.
Columbia College's Tina McNeil receives statewide recognition for college admissions work
Admissions counselor Tina McNeil was named this year’s Rising Star by the Missouri Association of College Admission Counseling (MOACAC).
Three Columbia College students attend Alpha Chi honor society convention in Baltimore
Three Columbia College students and their faculty sponsor represented the Missouri Epsilon chapter of Alpha Chi at the super-regional convention in Baltimore, Md.
Columbia College announces new employees and promotions for the month of April
Columbia College is pleased to announce the addition of the following employees for the month of April:
Columbia College professor earns Trustees Teaching Award
Dr. Nathan Means, associate professor of biology, has been awarded the 2012 Columbia College Trustees Award for Teaching Excellence.
Columbia College awards scholarships to local students
Three local students were awarded a 2012 Columbia College-Jefferson City Scholarship worth $1,000:
Columbia College recognizes San Diego campus director with prestigious award
Columbia College honored Diana Schriefer, director of Columbia College-San Diego, with the Frazier Moon Administrator of the Year award during an annual employee appreciation luncheon held at the main campus in Columbia, Mo.
Columbia College employee, Marco Tapia, named Columbia’s volunteer of the month
Columbia College’s Serving the Public Servants Coordinator Marco Tapia has been named the April 2012 Volunteer of the Month by the city of Columbia, Mo.
Columbia College-Moberly student scores in 99th percentile on business Major Field Test
Columbia College-Moberly student, Jesse Alford, scored in the 99th percentile on the business Major Field Test (MFT).
Compton elected regional vice president of Alpha Chi
Dr. Tonia Compton, assistant professor of history, was elected vice president of Region IV for Alpha Chi National College Honor Society at the organization’s super-regional convention March 22-24 in Baltimore, Md.
Columbia College and Columbia Public Schools join forces
As part of its Partners in Education (PIE) program, Columbia Public Schools (CPS) recognized Columbia College as an official partner April 5 during a celebration held on the Columbia College campus.
Columbia College changes 10 lives in two weeks
Over the span of two weeks in March, admissions representatives from Columbia College changed the lives of 10 students personally surprising each of them with news that they had been chosen for a full-ride scholarship.
Columbia College announces new employees and promotions for the month of March
Columbia College is pleased to announce the addition of the following employees for the month of March:
Columbia College-Rolla to hold commencement March 31
Columbia College-Rolla will recognize graduates at a commencement ceremony on Saturday, March 31, at 2 p.m. at the Christian Life Center in Rolla, Mo.
Moberly and MACC sign reverse transfer agreement
Agreement expands opportunities for students to earn associate degree
Columbia College, MU partner on grad program
College Affordability Rankings: Get Educated Reveals Best Online Psychology Programs
Columbia College-Jefferson City brings judges to campus Thursday, April 13
Missouri judges will speak to Columbia College students about the judicial system, particularly selection and retention of judges.
Former Congressman and current National Endowment for the Humanities chairman, Jim Leach, to speak at Columbia College
Columbia College to host Preview Day on Saturday, March 12
High school and transfer students are invited to learn about Columbia College
Columbia College dean appointed to national military advisory committee
Columbia College's Ramona McAfee, assistant dean of military and federal programs and Adult Higher Education, has been appointed to the 2011-13 Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Army Degrees (SOCAD) Advisory Committee.
Missouri high school students recognized in Columbia College art show
Thirteen of Missouri's high school students received awards from Columbia College's art department faculty. Selected students from across the state displayed artwork in the Larson Gallery Missouri High School Art Show Jan. 11-23.
Columbia College students present economic development plan on Cuba., Mo., to state officials
Class presented to Missouri Department of Economic Development Deputy Director on Dec. 9 on Columbia College campus
Columbia College expands its Development, Alumni and Public Relations team
Columbia College expands Marketing team
Columbia College evaluations department promotes Allen
Columbia College-Christian County honors those who served
Columbia College-Freeport to conduct commencement Nov. 6
Columbia College-Jefferson City names new director
Columbia College Evening Campus inducts new members into Alpha Sigma Lambda honor society
Dean's List for August to October posted online
The Dean's List for terms scheduled from August through October have been posted online.
Columbia College Online Campus celebrates 10th anniversary - Congratulations Columbia College for 10 years of global education!
Columbia College-Redstone Arsenal to conduct commencement Saturday, Oct. 30
Columbia College partners with Hallsville R-IV School District
Columbia College and the Hallsville R-IV School District have joined forces to create a unique partnership.
Columbia College-Redstone Arsenal celebrates 35 years
Columbia College-Redstone Arsenal has been educating students since 1975 and will celebrate its 35th anniversary with a celebration on Tuesday, Oct. 19 from 11 a.m-1 p.m. at Redstone Lanes, 3424 Hercules Road, Redstone Arsenal.
Columbia College—Salt Lake celebrates 35 years
Columbia College—Salt Lake has been educating students since 1975 and will celebrate its 35th anniversary with a celebration on Wednesday, Oct. 20, from 4-5:30 p.m.
Columbia College's Family Day and Homecoming schedule of events
A complete list of the Columbia College Family Day and Homecoming events can be found online http://www.ccis.edu/campuslife/familyday/events.asp.
Columbia College Athletic Hall of Fame inducts new members
Two outstanding female athletes and one outstanding team will be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame at 7:45 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 15, in Dulany Hall's banquet room on the Columbia College campus.
Schiffman Lecture Series to feature noted neurological, Zen authority
Columbia College's Schiffman Lecture in Religious Studies will feature Dr. James Austin, clinical neurologist, researcher and Zen practitioner.
Musical highlighting rural Missouri comes to Launer Auditorium
Columbia College, in conjunction with Turner Hall River Rats for the Arts, will present Gumbo Bottoms, a Big Muddy Musical, at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9 and 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 10.
Columbia College-Salt Lake to conduct commencement Oct. 9
Columbia College will confer associate, baccalaureate and master's degrees upon graduates at the Salt Lake campus commencement ceremony Saturday, Oct. 9.
Columbia College-Fort Leonard Wood to conduct commencement Oct. 2
Columbia College will confer degrees upon graduates as part of the Fort Leonard Wood joint commencement ceremony Saturday, Oct. 2.
Columbia College-St. Louis to conduct commencement Sept. 25
Columbia College will confer associate, baccalaureate and master's degrees upon graduates at the St. Louis campus commencement ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 25.
Columbia College named "Best Regional University" by U.S. News & World Report
Columbia College earned the No. 40 spot as one of America's "Best Regional Universities-Midwest" in the 2011 edition of Best Colleges by U.S. News & World Report.
Columbia College welcomes women's and small business guru Susan Wilson Solovic '80
Small business journalist and expert, award-winning entrepreneur, best-selling author, media personality and attorney Susan Wilson Solovic '80, will speak with faculty and students at Columbia College.
Columbia College awards eScholarships to online students
Seven Online Campus students receive $1,000 scholarships
Columbia College-Jacksonville and Columbia College-NAS Jacksonville to hold joint commencement July 17
Columbia College-Jacksonville and Columbia College-NAS Jacksonville will hold a joint commencement ceremony and recognize the 197 students who have completed degree requirements during the 2009-2010 academic year.
Columbia College-Orlando to hold commencement July 18
Columbia College-Orlando will recognize the 192 students who have completed degree requirements during the 2009-2010 academic year.
Columbia College-Patrick Air Force Base to hold commencement July 17
Columbia College will confer degrees upon graduates at the Patrick Air Force Base campus commencement ceremony on Saturday, July 17.
Columbia College hires Nyland as serving the public servants coordinator in Norfolk, Va.
Columbia College is pleased to announce the addition of Michelle "Shelley" Nyland as the new serving the public servants coordinator in Norfolk, Va.
College launches new television campaign in Missouri
View the latest television ads for Columbia College.
Students graduate from Summer Expeditions program at Columbia College June 25
Local Fourth and Fifth grade students will graduate from the Summer Expeditions program, held this week at Columbia College.
Columbia College's Relay for Life team raises more than $18,000
Throughout the past year, the Columbia College Relay for Life team raised $18,645 for the fight against cancer.
Columbia College-Crystal Lake and Columbia College-Elgin to hold joint commencement June 19
Columbia College-Crystal Lake and Columbia College-Elgin will hold a joint commencement ceremony and recognize the 149 students who have completed degree requirements during the 2009-2010 academic year.
Columbia College names Michael Grissom assistant dean for Adult Higher Education and the Online Campus
Columbia College has named Michael Grissom assistant dean for Adult Higher Education and the Online Campus.
Columbia College grad, Wayne Nero, hired as Georgetown, Texas police chief
Wayne Nero was sworn in as the new chief of police for Georgetown, Texas on April 13. Nero graduated from Columbia College-Fort Worth in 2002 with a bachelor's degree in criminal justice.
Columbia College-Aurora to hold commencement May 1
Columbia College will confer undergraduate and graduate degrees upon graduates at the Aurora campus commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 1. The ceremony will take place at 2:30 p.m. at the Red Lion Hotel, 3200 South Parker Road, Aurora, Colo.
Columbia College recognizes Boone County National Bank for generous gift
Columbia College is hosting a special gift ceremony on Thursday, April 29 at 1:30 p.m. in Dorsey Chapel to recognize Boone County National Bank for their science initiative gift.
Columbia College-Marysville/Everett adds two new degree programs
Columbia College-Marysville/Everett recently added two new programs to its degree offerings: an associate and a bachelor's degree in human services.
Columbia College hires new director for Fort Sill
Oklahoma campus welcomes Robert Pine
Columbia College recognizes employees of the year
During the annual employee appreciation luncheon on April 6, Columbia College awarded Rebecca Bennett, administrative assistant, and Brian Whitlow, HVAC/mechanical specialist with the Harold E. Nichols Plant and Facilities Employee of the Year award.
Columbia College-Lake Ozark graduates record number of students during commencement April 25
Columbia College-Lake Ozark will graduate a record number of students during its commencement ceremony on Sunday, April 25, conferring a total of 76 degrees upon 90 graduates.
Columbia College-Fort Drum to hold commencement April 23
Columbia College will confer undergraduate and graduate degrees at the Fort Drum campus commencement ceremony on Friday, April 23.
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Columbia College names Musgrove as vice president for Adult Higher Education
Columbia College is pleased to announce Dr. Jeff Musgrove has been named vice president for Adult Higher Education.
Columbia College to defer tuition costs for veterans affected by government shutdown
Columbia College recently announced it will expand tuition deferment for the term that begins Oct. 21 to veterans whose benefits have been suspended or delayed as a result of the federal government shutdown.
Columbia College to defer tuition costs for military service members affected by government shutdown
In light of the federal government shutdown that began Oct. 1, Columbia College will defer tuition charges for the term that begins Oct. 21 while military students seek other funding.
Columbia College named to the 2014 Military Friendly Schools list
Columbia College was recently named to the 2014 Military Friendly Schools list. With this recognition, Columbia College is ranked in the top 20 percent of colleges nationwide for being military friendly.
Columbia College names interim president, search committee
Daisy Grossnickle, chair of the Columbia College Board of Trustees, has announced the presidential search timeline for the college, including members of the search committee and the interim president
Columbia College recognized in U.S.News & World Report's Top Online Education Programs
Columbia College’s online bachelor’s degree programs and the MBA program were recognized in the second edition of Top Online Education Programs by U.S.News & World Report.
Columbia College president announces retirement
Dr. Gerald T. Brouder, president of Columbia College, announced his retirement as the 16th president of Columbia College.
Athletic scholarship endowed to recognize Bob Burchard
Surprise announcement recognizes Burchard’s work at Columbia College
Columbia College's Tevlin wins NAIA award
Columbia College to recognize Gene & Fran Koepke Oct. 16
The Columbia College fitness center will be dedicated and named the Gene and Fran Koepke Fitness Center