COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE BLOG

Columbia Launches Diploma in Social Entrepreneurship

Monday, June 26, 2017

  ~ Abbotsford, BC ~ Columbia Bible College is pleased to announce the launch of its newest academic program: the Diploma in Social Entrepreneurship. This two-year program brings together Christian faith formation classes with a series of foundational business courses, with the goal of equipping students with the passion, entrepreneurial spirit, and marketplace skills to … Read More

Categories: News

Introducing John Sherk: New Male Residence Director

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Columbia’s newest team-member is John Sherk, who starts his new role as male residence director this summer. We sat down with him and found out he’s an alum of Columbia’s Quest (2006) program and likes interesting/weird things like camping in his backyard in -40 Celsius.  Here’s John – in his own words: What is a … Read More

Categories: News

A Good Heart for Business

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Courtney Baker was not looking forward to taking Intro to Business. It was 2014, and Courtney was in her third year at Columbia Bible College. Halfway through her BA in Caregiving & Counselling, she had opted to hit ‘pause’ on her degree to complete an intensive certificate in Applied Leadership. “I’ve always been interested in … Read More

Categories: Student Stories, Student Success

Calling & Career Q & A: Pediatric Nurse

Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Candice Balis - Nurse

Have you ever wondered whether God is calling you to become a nurse? Candice Balis graduated with a Diploma in Early Childhood Education in 2004, and then returned to Columbia Bible College to complete her BA in Intercultural Studies in 2007. Today, she works as a Registered Nurse at the Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary. … Read More

Categories: Calling & Career Q & A

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

Categories: Life at Columbia