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Columbia Welcomes Karen Thiessen as Dean of Students

Thursday, June 18, 2020

~ Abbotsford, BC ~ Columbia Bible College is pleased to announce that Karen Heidebrecht Thiessen has accepted our invitation to serve as Columbia’s next Dean of Students. Columbia’s community will benefit from Karen’s extensive leadership and pastoral experience. After graduating from Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary with her Master of Divinity in 1990, Karen served for … Read More

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Columbia Appoints Tina Richardson as Educational Assistant Program Director

Thursday, June 4, 2020
Tina Richardson

~ Abbotsford, BC ~ Columbia Bible College is delighted to announce that Tina Richardson has been appointed to the role of Program Director for the Educational Assistant Program, effective May 1, 2020. Tina brings extensive experience from within the fields of child care, education, and post-secondary learning and administration. After graduating from Columbia Bible College … Read More

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How to Fund your College Education

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed at the thought of paying for post-secondary education. How much will it add up to? How will I pay for it? Is there financial aid I can access? At Columbia, we have a person on staff whose job is entirely focused on helping you answer these questions. Click the video … Read More

Categories: News, Student Success

Columbia Bible College Launches Health Care Assistant Program for Fall 2019

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

~ Abbotsford, BC ~ Columbia Bible College is delighted to announce the launch of its new Health Care Assistant program, which will qualify graduates to serve as care aides within health care settings across British Columbia. Recognized by the BC Care Aide and Community Health Worker Registry and BC’s Private Training Institutions Branch, Columbia’s eight-month … Read More

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Same Quest DNA: New Flexibility for Students

Monday, March 11, 2019

Starting in Fall 2019, Columbia’s longstanding Quest one-year discipleship program is adopting a more flexible approach to its academic requirements in order to provide a richer experience for incoming students. Rather than complete 31 credits hours over two semesters, the typical Quest student will now only need to complete 25 credit hours, with a course … Read More

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