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Life at Columbia

How to Be the World’s Best College Roommate

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Fall 2017 is launched and Columbia’s two residence buildings are full of new and continuing students! We asked Columbia students and alumni for their best advice on how to be an awesome roommate and they delivered. Here’s the list – with first-hand quotes from your fellow students.  Communicate. Start things off right with a “Let’s … Read More

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Q & A with Worship Arts Director, Stacey Gleddiesmith

Friday, August 4, 2017

Stacey Gleddiesmith became the Director of Columbia’s Worship Arts program in 2014. She’s known for her theological depth, her musical talent & skill, her artistic sensibility, and her love for her students. We sat down with Stacey to hear more of her story, why she continues to love her role at Columbia, and her convictions … Read More

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Tips for Conquering the Transition to College Student

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Making the jump from high school to college-level studies can feel like quite a shift. On the one hand, it’s awesome: you have way more freedom in the courses you choose, more flexibility in your schedule, and you get to learn at a deeper level. On the other hand, it’s challenging: there’s more to juggle … Read More

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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

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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

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