CIU News

A 1954 graduate of Columbia International University is the focus of a lifestyle news story in The Suffolk News Herald of Suffolk, Va. Jeanne Banks is featured for being “a giver, a provider, someone... Read More
Columbia International University and Crossover Communications International are sponsoring “Impacto Global,” a conference to mobilize the Hispanic community in the United States to effectively reach... Read More
A 1999 graduate of Columbia International University is using the sport of wrestling to teach character and present biblical values. Scott Szalwinski has founded Mats 2 Men in Lexington, S.C.  The... Read More
The third cohort of the Columbia International University Prison Initiative graduated on Aug. 26.  The commencement speaker was a key figure in the development of the Initiative - former South... Read More
Columbia International University upperclassmen are returning to Columbia for a new semester, and for many of them, a residence hall that doesn’t quite look like it did when they left in May. ... Read More
Dr. Bryan Beyer has been named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Columbia International University (CIU). Beyer has been a professor at CIU since 1985, and served as undergraduate dean from... Read More
In these days of the Wii, Game Boy and other high tech entertainment, a Columbia International University alumnus has discovered creating new board games is a hit in Germany.  Jeff Allers, a 1999... Read More
An editorial column in The State newspaper in Columbia featured perhaps one of Columbia International University’s most influential alumni in the world of sports.  Adrian Despres, a 1992 graduate of... Read More
Some came in hatchbacks stuffed to the roof.  Some came with U-Hauls in tow.  Some came in a taxi from the airport.  But all have one thing in common.  Their first year at Columbia International... Read More
By Abbey Le RoyCIU Student Writer After spending the summer bicycling up the East Coast, the Columbia International University 1More Tour team was welcomed home by a group of proud fans.A crowd of... Read More
Students step out of comfort zone on short-term mission tripBy Chanhyung Martin ChoiI had never thought about going to Africa before. I had learned and heard about Africa from some of my African... Read More
The first semi truck load of books returned home on July 19 to the G. Allen Fleece Library at Columbia International University, from their temporary housing in Atlanta.  The books were cleaned and... Read More

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