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Don't miss the Advising and Registration Event near you! 

Your chance to get enrolled in classes for January!

  • Learn about degrees and transfer credit
  • Apply for admission
  • Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Build a class schedule that works for you and register for classes
  • Get assistance with G.I. Bill® benefit applications or guidance on Military Tuition Assistance

To accelerate your admission to Columbia College, bring:

  • Government-issued ID (for identity authentication)
  • Official or unofficial high school or college transcripts
  • Joint Services Transcripts (JST)
  • Any score reports (CLEP, DSST, AP, IB, etc.)

If you are still exploring your options or have already been admitted, stop by during one of our events to speak to an advisor!

Select your Columbia College location from the list below for specific event details.



Start today!

Classes begin January 8th, but the time to act is now. Apply for admission and take the first step toward your accredited degree.

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Talk to an admissions counselor

Columbia College experts are happy to answer your questions at (833) 843-3225. 

Find your program

Which program are you interested in? Choose from 35+ program options. 


Why Columbia College? 

Graduate faster

You can take up to nine credit hours per session, helping you to complete your degree quickly. How quickly?

  • 14 months for an associate degree
  • 2 years and 4 months for a bachelor’s degree
  • 12 months for a master’s degree

Fit your degree around your life

You can take classes in-seat, online or both.

  • Evening classes that meet once or twice per week to fit your schedule
  • Online classes that allow you to work on your degree on your time
  • Instructors with real-world experience

Financial aid to help you pay for college

Financial aid may be available to help you cover the cost of your education. Typical types of aid include:

  • Federal Pell Grants – these typically do not need to be repaid.
  • Federal Student Loans – these need to be repaid with interest.
  • Columbia College scholarships – these do not need to be repaid.

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