Aug 18, 2019  
Undergraduate Catalog 2019-2020 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2019-2020

Student Affairs


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Athletics, Bookstore Information, Counseling Services, Dining Services, Grossnickle Career Services, Honor Societies, Housing Requirement, Immunization Policy, Mail Services, Parking Permits, Residence Halls, Student Engagement and Leadership Development, Student Health Services, Student Organizations, Testing Services

Bookstore Information, Counseling Services, Grossnickle Career Services, Honor Societies, Parking Permits, Student Development, Student Health Services, Testing Services

Grossnickle Career Services, Honor Societies, Textbook Information


Student Affairs Mission Statement

Student Affairs provides quality, student-focused programs and services that encourage the development of an inclusive, involved and educated community.

Career Services Center

The Grossnickle Career Services Center has trained personnel to assist students with all aspects of career planning and development. Specific services are designed to promote professional and personal success including a carefully guided assessment of student’s skills, abilities, values, achievements and interests which can aid in effective career planning. Additionally, the Career Center meets with students and alumni in person, over the telephone or electronically to advise on a broad range of topics from job materials preparation, job search techniques, interview practice, and much more. The Career Center also organizes programs which provide students with opportunities to network with professionals, learn about career paths, and prepare for the job search.

In addition to the Career Center on the main campus, Columbia College offers an online career opportunities database, Handshake. This system is free to all students and alumni. Columbia College offers career assistance to all graduates and works to help students conduct successful job searches; however, employment upon program completion is not guaranteed. For more information contact the Grossnickle Career Services Center or visit our website at www.ccis.edu/careercenter.

Student Accessibility Resources

Student Accessibility Resources (SAR) leads the campus in the creation of inclusive learning environments and facilitates access through innovative services, programs, and partnerships. Disability is an aspect of diversity that is integral to our society and to the Columbia College community.  The SAR office collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to create a campus environment that is usable, equitable, sustainable and inclusive of all members of the college community.

After admission to the college, students who want to explore reasonable academic accommodations are encouraged to contact SAR to explore the possibilities and options without feeling a need to commit to utilizing any resources. 

Student Accessibility Resources can be reached at (573) 875-7626 or by emailing SAR@ccis.edu. The office is located in the Student Affairs suite on the second floor of Atkins-Holman Student Commons. For more information please visit Student Accessibility Resources .