COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE BLOG

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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Caregiving & Counselling Program Receives New Title

Friday, March 31, 2017

Columbia Bible College is pleased to announce that two of our closely-related programs are receiving new titles. Starting in September 2017, the Diploma in Caregiving will be known as the Diploma in Human Services, and the BA in Caregiving & Counselling will be rechristened the BA in Counselling & Human Services. We asked Darrin Derksen, … Read More

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Five Reasons to Love Service Practicum

Monday, March 13, 2017

If you’re like the vast majority of Columbia students, you’ll be completing at least two (possibly four!)  semesters of “service prac” during your time here. You probably have questions! And you may be feeling like service practicum is going to be one more thing in your packed college schedule. Service Practicum is like UMD weekend, … Read More

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Congratulations to Jesse Nickel, PhD!

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Columbia is thrilled to congratulate Jesse Nickel, the newest member of our biblical studies faculty, on the successful submission and defense of his doctoral disseration. Jesse spent four years writing his thesis under the supervision of eminent New Testament scholar Dr. N.T. Wright, at University of St. Andrews, in Scotland.

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