CIU News

Columbia International University Professor Dr. Warren Larson is often called on for his expertise when it comes to issues related to Islam. Two recent hot topics have brought Larson into the news on... Read More
Should faith inform our vote?  That was the question being probed by Columbia TV station WLTX recently.  South Carolina is an early presidential primary state, so many South Carolinians are already ... Read More
By Jacob Given,CIU Student Writer and Bob HolmesThe Columbia International University campus map calls the men’s housing unit that was renovated over the summer, West Residence Hall.  Matt Densky, an... Read More
As Columbia International University gears up for intercollegiate athletics for the first time in its 88-year history, the school has hired its first men’s and women’s cross country coach.   Judson “... Read More
“I heard that (CIU) professors interact with the students and are involved in their lives.  Now I’ve seen it for myself and am captivated by it.”That was the reaction from a high school junior at... Read More
The former director of the South Carolina Department of Corrections joined the president of Columbia International University for a television interview to talk about the impact of the CIU Prison... Read More
Columbia businessman Jeffrey B. Wheeler has been named to the position of Ministry Coordinator at Columbia International University beginning Oct. 1.  Wheeler’s primary responsibilities at CIU are... Read More
By Abbey Le RoyCIU Student WriterOne of Columbia International University’s five core values is the Victorious Christian Life – “the dynamic of the Holy Spirit to make us like Christ in daily living... Read More
By Abbey Le RoyCIU Student WriterThe Hispanic world is no longer just receiving missionaries it is sending missionaries and giving to missions.That was the message at Impacto Global, a conference... Read More
A 1981 graduate of Columbia International University is returning to his roots in law enforcement - ministerinig to the needs of first responders.  Robert Michaels, who also used to be an announcer... Read More
Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson raised eyebrows when he told his TV audience on “The 700 Club” on Sept. 14 that divorce is OK if a person’s spouse has Alzheimer’s disease.Pat Robertson’s views... Read More
By Abbey Le RoyCIU Student Writer  A diverse group of mostly 800 teenage girls, gathered on the campus of Columbia International University for “Worthy” – a one-day conference focused on how to... Read More