Evening Campus

Choose from more than 40 degree programs at Columbia College and take in-seat classes on our traditional campus at night, or combine in-seat and online options for even greater flexibility.


Thrive with a flexible schedule

Online classes relocate if you do. We also offer in-seat classes at military venues across the country. See the Columbia College course schedule to find classes that work around your military duties.

Get ready for the next session

Columbia College class sessions last eight weeks and six sessions are available each year. The next CC session begins January 8, 2024 and the registration deadline for the following session is January 7, 2024.

No book costs. Plus, reduced tuition!

Columbia College now offers a special military-affiliated tuition rate for currently serving military members, and their spouses and dependents. Plus, books are provided at no cost!




1001 Rogers St
Missouri Hall 111
Columbia, MO 65216


(573) 875-7629


Mon. - Thurs.: 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Fri.: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


What can I study?

Columbia College Global offers traditional classroom instruction for many courses at nationwide locations. Students at nationwide locations are expected to engage with multiple learning methods, including online and virtual while completing their degree. Not all degrees listed are available to students with F1 visa.

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Columbia College is a leader in higher education. We serve students on our residential campus, online and at more than 25 educational venues across the country. Our programs equip learners of all ages with the skills needed to succeed in the workforce of today and tomorrow.


Get started at Columbia College

  1. Complete the admission process

    Complete the application with proof of high school completion. An Enrollment Counselor can help you every step of the way.

  2. Connect with an academic advisor

    Once admitted, an academic advisor will help you make decisions about your major, coursework and career goals.

  3. Apply for financial aid

    Leverage scholarship opportunities or find out if you’re eligible for financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

  4. Transfer credit

    Transfer coursework, military training and licensures, and save time and money on your degree

  5. Register for classes

    Select your courses for the upcoming term


About Evening Campus

Columbia College’s traditional campus was established in 1851. The venue offers high-tech classrooms and qualified academic advisors and faculty, high-speed online access, library resources, a full range of organizations and activities, on-campus housing, an athletics program, dining halls, and more. Columbia College was recently named to Military Times’ “Best for Vets: Colleges 2020” list. If you’re attending in-seat classes, you can feel safe knowing Columbia College was ranked 3rd most secure campus in the country. While our online students take pride that our online programs were ranked among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report two years running.

Founded in 1851, Columbia College has been helping students advance their lives through higher education for more than 160 years. Located in Columbia, Missouri—which many people refer to as College Town, USA—Columbia College offers convenient courses to civilians and military learners, utilizing its national network and robust online program. The college offers a unique educational opportunity to working adults through its diverse degree offerings and eight-week course format. Students take a mix of in-seat and online classes.

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