The course is rigorous, but the teachers really care and are so willing to help and they want you to succeed. The education is well-rounded so that it's practical for life and creates a nice learning experience with different methods and fun classes, like the Theology of Harry Potter that actually counts towards a general education course under religion.
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CC is a wonderful Liberal Arts college focused on women's needs. As an all women's college, the distraction of having men in the classroom isn't there, which permits a better learning environment! I am a freshman and while adapting to college has been tricky, the campus makes it impossible to be bored!» Read More
Columbia College is a great liberal arts, small, all-women's college if your personality suits that type of environment. Professors are willing to help you, and you can truly grow if you take advantage of all of the great opportunities offered. I've enjoyed my last three years and look forward to my last year, with bittersweet thoughts about graduation.» Read More
It's a great school. It is a small campus, but filled with a huge support system and a great success rate. The staff are serious about helping you with your future and attending the school by itself is a great start for networking.» Read More
Columbia College is a good school, I love it here! I have made a lot of new friends. Here at CC the especially emphasize the importance of leadership, service and the 4 C's: Courage, Commitment, Confidence, and Competence in order to build strong Women Leaders.» Read More