Hooray for Alumni Mentors! (Want to become one?)

Friday, April 28, 2017

This past 2016-17 Academic school year launched the third year of the Alumni Mentorship Program here at Columbia Bible College. This program entails previous Alumni investing in current students, walking with them down a road they too once walked. The results have been richly rewarding as God had worked within these relationships to guide, challenge, … Read More

Categories: Student Stories

Calling Q & A: BC Paramedic

Friday, April 21, 2017

Nathan Friesen graduated with a Diploma in Outdoor Leadership (2014) and went on to become a paramedic with BC’s Ambulance Service. We asked him about his journey and for advice on following a similar career path. What initially drew you into Columbia’s Outdoor Leadership program? I knew that after I graduated, I wanted to do … Read More

Categories: Calling & Career Q & A

Columbia Announces New Academic Dean

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Columbia Bible College is extremely pleased to announce that Gil Dueck (Ph.D candidate, Vrije Universiteit [Amsterdam, NL]) has accepted our invitation to assume the role of Academic Dean beginning August 1, 2017. Gil has considerable experience in a Bible College setting having served as an Associate Dean of Students, Instructor in Theology and Academic Dean … Read More

Categories: News

Do Course Evals Really Matter?

Monday, April 10, 2017

Does anyone actually pay attention to course evaluations? Ashley Funk, Sr Admissions Advisor, says ‘Yes.’ And like any excellent writer, she backs up what she says with great examples. (In this case, actual quotes from our instructors!) If you’ve been at Columbia for a year or more, you know that with the end of the … Read More

Categories: Life at Columbia

New Budget-Friendly On-Campus Accommodations for Fall 2017

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Starting September 2017, students at Columbia Bible College will have a new option for affordable, on-campus housing. Twenty small tent platforms will be built along the edges of the sports field, with each platform renting at a rate of $300 per semester. “We’re delighted to offer students this new budget-friendly option for accommodations,” says Columbia … Read More

Categories: Life at Columbia, News