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For more information about the dining hall and meal options, visit here.
Stay current with what's happening on campus at CIU Online. You'll find helpful resources including the CIU calendar, announcements, and Insider weekly newsletter.
CIU's Career Services for students is a continuing resource service, helping students with their career and employment needs, while also assisting Christian ministries and other agencies in making their personnel needs available to job seekers.
Chapel services (Tuesday through Friday, 11:00 - 11:45 a.m.) provide opportunity for inspiration, fellowship, and spiritual growth. Students enrolled for more than six credit hours are required to attend all chapels. For more information, visit here.
CIU Online gives students access to grades, course and fee statements, registration checklists, housing requests, and other important information. All students are given a username and password for this website which contains essential announcements and information.
The Curriculum Ministry Resources Department (CMRD), located in the lower level of the Ridderhof Building (below the Communications Department), has over 10,000 items for teaching the Bible to preschoolers through adults. Whether you want curriculum, worksheets, maps & charts, international flags & costumes, teaching boards, puppets, DVDs, or powerpoint, the MRD is the first place you should look. The CMRD has a die-cut machine with almost 100 shapes, numbers and letters (great for scrapbook-making and other crafts). You can also laminate for 50 cents per linear foot. Call (803) 807-5160 for information or visit the CRMD online.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), as amended, with which CIU fully complies, protects the privacy of educational records, establishes the rights of students to inspect these records, and provides guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data through informal hearings. Student records include financial accounts and financial aid records, practicum and internship assignments and evaluations, grades, veteran affairs, and Student Life files. Students have the right to file complaints concerning alleged institutional failure to comply with this Act. Copies of the institutional compliance policy are available in the Registrar’s Office.
Visit the FERPA website for more detailed information.
The Moore Fitness Center is located on CIU's campus behind the McQuilkin classroom building. Memberships are free for all full-time students and current faculty and staff. Part-time students and alumni may purchase memberships for a small fee. Amenities include an aerobics room, a free weights room, a full-size gymnasium, and a cardiovascular room with a full complement of circuit training, treadmills, recumbent bicycles and elliptical machines. Additionally, the Moore Fitness center has a small library of popular DVD and video-game based workouts. Sports equipment may be borrowed from the front desk for up to one week at no charge.
A variety of instructor-led classes are offered each semester. The Moore Fitness Center also hosts all of CIU's indoor intramural sports. Please note that you must sign up ahead of time to participate in intramural sports.
Check out the most current Graduate Studies course listing and program information in the Graduate Course Catalog.
Everything you need to know from CIU's mission and student policies to community life and student rights and responsibilities. View the current student handbook here.
Visit the G. Allen Fleece Library for schedule and resource information.
Visit publications for current corporate, alumni, and student publications.
Seminary course and program information can be found in the latest edition of the Seminary Course Catalog.
Submit a transcript request via this website.
TraveLearn is the study tour department of Columbia International University. TraveLearn offers unique experiences to travel overseas while achieving your educational, Christian fellowship or enrichment goals. You can gain cross-cultural exposure while spending time and building friendships with fellow Christians. Whether you’re a student, alumnus, or member of the general public, you can take advantage of this great opportunity no matter what your interests. Contact Elisabeth Davis, TraveLearn Coordinator, for more information.
Undergraduate courses, including all important information for majors and minors, are listed in the Undergraduate Course Catalog.