Is your church sensitive to the physically disabled within the congregation? That’s a question raised by Dr. Johnny V. Miller, professor emeritus in the CIU Seminary & School of Ministry. Miller, who also served as CIU’s fourth president from 1991-1999, asks the question as one who is himself physically disabled.
In a guest editorial in The State newspaper in Columbia, South Carolina, Miller wrote:
Columbia International University alumnus Rob Settle oversees a haven for men with shattered lives. He is the executive director of Providence Home for men in Columbia, South Carolina. The mission of the ministry is simple:
"To help stabilize the living conditions of dislocated men and to encourage progress in realizing their full personal potential in self-sufficient living through the power of Jesus Christ."
By Dr. Shirl Schiffman
CIU Professor of Ministry Studies
After the death of former CIU President Robertson McQuilkin on June 2, 2016, many of his friends and colleagues paid tribute. Among them was Professor Shirl Schiffman of the CIU Seminary & School of Ministry. Her memories of McQuilkin included the following:
CIU Policies by Series
The Office of the Provost of Columbia International University manages a coordinated, institution-wide policy process that supports CIU and its mission. The Provost's office facilitates effective decision-making, promotes effective control over business process and flow, and prevents institutional exposure through a transparent, uniform and inclusive policy management process.
- 101 000 Agreements Policy
- 102 000 Athletics Preseason Practice
- 103 000 Dual-Listed Course Policy
- 104 000 Transfer Credit Policy
- 108 000 Withdrawal Policy
By Michael A. Lanier
CIU Student Writer
Columbia International University students gathered on The Quad in front of the campus library on Nov. 29, to celebrate the beginning of the Christmas season. Through a night of festivities, the student body welcomed the start of the holidays as a family.
“I love coming together with my brothers and sisters in Christ, celebrating the reason why we're here,” said sophomore Jennifer Craven.
There will be commencement celebrations on both sides of the Broad River on Dec. 9. The first will be on the Monticello Road main campus of Columbia International University at 10 a.m. Then, at 1:30 p.m., directly across the river from CIU, graduates of the CIU Prison Initiative will receive their diplomas at the Kirkland Correctional Institution.