Public disclosure and licensure information
Columbia College makes available certain disclosure information to the public.
Columbia College's authorization by state is listed under the state link on the state regulatory information page.
Consequences of residency change
Degree program availability varies by state based on state agency authorizations. Not all degree programs are available in all states or formats. As such, if a student changes their location this may impact their availability to continue in their degree program.
Students who relocate to a state where Columbia College does not meet state licensure or certification requirements for a program in a licensed career field may not be able to sit for a licensure exam in that state. Students are advised to contact their academic advisor to fully understand the impact that a location change has on the program they are currently enrolled in.
Description of complaint process
The process for submitting complaints to Columbia College main campus is located on the complaint process page. Information to make complaints to the state in which the student resides can be found on the state regulatory information page. Please note, that while Columbia College has a general student grievance policy, each state may have a different complaint process.
Historic adverse actions
Columbia College has not had any adverse actions taken by a state or accrediting agency against the institution related to distance education during the five calendar years prior to year of disclosure.
Columbia College as an institutional tuition refund policy. To find other state specific refund policies or right to cancel visit the state regulatory information page in the catalog.
Licensure and certification prerequisites
The listing below details if the College has or has not made a determination whether educational prerequisites for professional licensure or certification for a specific degree program are met in each state.