Dr. Steven A. Johnson, CIU assistant professor of Ministry Care is the new president of The Albert Ellis Institute Board of Directors in New York City. The Institute promotes emotional and behavioral health in the use of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) as a...
The North Columbia Business Association has recognized Columbia International University with the Community Impact Organization of the Year Award for the school’s work on improving the Monticello Road corridor leading to the CIU campus.
CIU President Dr. Mark Smith accepted the award at the January meeting of the Mayor's Roundtable...
A new book by Columbia International University Professor Dr. David Croteau surveys 40 of the most commonly misinterpreted passages in the Old Testament. “Urban Legends of the Old Testament” is designed to help Christians avoid missteps in the interpretation of key biblical texts while modeling...
When Mitch Townley was in seminary at Columbia International University, he enrolled in a Christian songwriting class. The instructor was impressed with his lyrics, but added, “These are lyrics desperately in search of a melody.”
New headquarters a milestone in CIU’s Monticello Road revitalization
By Bob Holmes
Lawrie Sikkema has lived just down the road from Columbia International University for over 27 years. As she... Read More
Columbia International University President Dr. Mark Smith has been recognized for his support of U.S. military Guard and Reserve members.
At a CIU Chapel service on Dec. 3, Smith was surprised by... Read More
CIU Ram Reagan Cox teams up with her mom to create Body Chek Sports Essentials
By Bob Holmes
CIU Business major and freshman Reagan Cox and her mom Christy recall the day a couple years ago when a... Read More
Columbia International University and the University of South Carolina are collaborating to encourage entrepreneurship and economic development as they share expertise and resources.
In a memorandum... Read More
By Naomi Balk
CIU Student Writer
Columbia International University student Ezekiel Helmling, received an Operation Christmas Child (OCC) shoe box in Liberia when he was six or seven years old, which... Read More