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many of which are full text, is available through

the library website. The library participates in an

interlibrary loan program through the Online

Computer Library Center network of over 60,000

libraries worldwide, as well as in a statewide aca-

demic library delivery system.

Moore Fitness Center:

The Moore Fitness

Center is a corporate facility shared by students,

faculty, staff and alumni. Additional recreational

facilities include lighted outdoor tennis, basketball

and volleyball courts, soccer and softball fields, a

track, and area trails.

Rossi Student Center/Dining Complex:


building provides multipurpose recreational and

relaxation areas in addition to a modern cafeteria,

snack machines, post office and campus book-


On-Campus Residential Facilities:

Over 400

students live on the CIU campus. Each on-cam-

pus residence hall includes a community kitchen,

laundry room and lounge.

Pine View Apartments:

Conveniently located at

the center of campus, the apartments offer the

convenience and safety that comes with living on

campus, and an atmosphere that encourages

spiritual formation.

CIU Village:

Approximately 80 families live in the

“CIU Village,” a comfortable mobile home com-

munity on the campus.

Ben Lippen School

Ben Lippen, a Scottish phrase meaning “moun-

tain of trust,” is the name for an evangelical

Christian school for grades Pre-K to 12. Founded

in 1940 by Robert C. McQuilkin, CIU’s first presi-

dent, Ben Lippen continues to strive toward Dr.

McQuilkin’s goal of teaching young people that

there is “life in abundance” (John 10:10) for those

who follow Jesus Christ as Lord. The school is

college preparatory, coeducational, and receives

both resident and day students. The Ben Lippen

family consists of students from a wide range of

cultures and backgrounds. As many as 30 foreign

countries and 25 states have been represented in

a single year. Some students come from homes

of missionaries, pastors and other full-time

Christian workers. Others come from families rep-

resenting all areas of professional and education-

al careers. This “melting pot” of young men and

women offers an educational experience in itself.

The proximity of Ben Lippen School to Columbia

International University provides an opportunity

for convenient Christian schooling for children of

CIU students.

Radio Stations

WMHK Radio (89.7 FM)

This 100,000-watt sta-

tion broadcasts Bible-centered programming and

music to Columbia and central South Carolina 24

hours a day.

WRCM Radio (91.9 FM)

This 30,000-watt station

broadcasts Bible-centered programming and

music to the Charlotte/Wingate, N.C. area 24

hours a day.

2012-2013 Graduate Programs Academic Catalog