Columbia College Chicago was founded in 1890 as the Columbia School of Oratory by Mary A. Blood and Ida Morey Riley, both graduates of the Monroe Conservatory of Oratory (now Emerson College), in Boston, Massachusetts.
We believe a solid foundation in the liberal arts and sciences is essential to any creative career. That’s why every undergraduate must complete the requirements of the Liberal Arts and Sciences Core.
The Center for Black Music Research (CBMR) is an independent research unit of Columbia College Chicago devoted to documentation, research, preservation, and dissemination of information about the history of black music on a global scale.
International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) mission is to provide a nurturing and supportive living and learning environment for Columbia College Chicago's international student community through advocacy, services, programming and advising.
Live in the middle of it all. Our residence halls are conveniently located steps from the main campus buildings and close to public transportation. Features and room types vary by building—read below for more info about each residence hall. New freshmen are encouraged to live in on-campus housing their first year.
The mission of the Columbia College Chicago Library is to support Columbia College Chicago and its academic programs by providing access to information resources and teaching students to evaluate and use them. Our Library has a teaching mission, and is committed to preparing our users to be lifelong learners in an information rich society.
The aspiration of the Columbia College Chicago Information Technology department is to provide students with functional technological resources that will act as a catalyst to their academic success. The IT department will provide students with important information on how to access items such as campus Wifi, Loopmail, MyColumbia, Canvas, LinkedIn Learning, and technical support.
The Columbia College Chicago Health Center is able to provide outpatient care and diagnosis of the following conditions:
Columbia's campus is an accessible, safe place to live and learn. We take seriously our responsibility to keep our students safe, healthy and happy.
The Acoustical Society of America is a national organization centered around the study and practice of professional acoustics
Ad Club is open to all disciplines and will enable students to work on campaigns and collaborate creatively.
AlphaLab is a club devoted to the furthering of the Columbia College Chicago game-making community
Columbia Chi Chapter of SPJ is devoted to engaging students in freedom of the press issues, learning of ethical problems and upholding of professional standards within the field of journalism.
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