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Give Today The Tradition Meets Tomorrow campaign seeks the investment of gifts and grants from individuals, businesses and foundations to renew and strengthen education for students today and for generations of students to come. This investment will fuel Columbia College to provide the advanced teaching tools, technology, facilities, faculty and more required for student success. More about the campaign »

2013 Annual Report

Columbia College Annual Report 2013

The Science Building

Construction of our new 53,000 sq. ft. Science research and teaching facility is complete.

Gift Announcements

We Are CC Faculty & Staff Campaign Gift Announcement

April 8, 2014


Assistance League of Mid-Missouri

May 3, 2013


MFA Foundation / MFA Inc. / MFA Oil Gift Announcement

March 22, 2013


Steve '74 & Barbara '74 Fishman/Big Lots, Inc. Gift Announcement

September 27, 2012


Barnes and Noble Bookstore Gift Announcement

May 5, 2012


Jim D. Morris - Morris Oil Company Gift Announcement

September 23, 2011

Pictured: Dr. Gerald Brouder left, Jim D. Morris, right.

Judy Cunningham Gift Announcement

April 29, 2011


Gary Drewing Gift Announcement

January 21, 2011


Gene & Fran Koepke Gift Announcement

October 16, 2010


Administrative Council Gift Announcement

September 23, 2010


George Ousley Gift Announcement

May 27, 2010


Boone County National Bank Gift Announcement

April 29, 2010


Web Bixby and J.B. Reynolds Foundation Gift Announcements

January 15, 2010


Mary Agnes and Al McQuinn Gift Announcement

April 25, 2009


Kay Sells '38 and O.V. Sells Gift Announcement

December 30, 2008


Campaign News

Columbia College receives major gift from professor
May 5, 2014
from Columbia Business Times
A Columbia College assistant professor donated a record $111,000 to the college’s Tradition Meets Tomorrow campaign Thursday...Read More »
Faculty member gives $111,000 to Columbia College
May 1, 2014
from Columbia Daily Tribune
Columbia College President Scott Dalrymple announced an $111,000 gift from a faculty member during a short ceremony Thursday morning for the Tradition Meets Tomorrow campaign...Read More »
Columbia College science center houses new equipment, technology for hands-on learning
September 26, 2013
From Missourian article by Madison Alcedo
When Michael Himmel, a retired Columbia Police Department detective, was given a budget to buy equipment for a forensics lab in the new Brouder Science Center, he chose items used by law enforcement. Read Missourian article »