Columbia College announced today it will be suspending all on-campus classes for students nationwide and transitioning to a virtual learning platform through the end of the Spring Semester, which concludes on April 25. While the college does not have any known COVID-19 cases among its faculty, staff or students at this time, college leadership is taking a preventative stance in accordance with public-health recommendations.
Out of an abundance of caution in regards to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in the state of Washington, Columbia College announced today that it is taking precautionary measures to ensure the safety of its students, faculty and staff. There has been no reported cases of COVID-19 among members of the Columbia College community.
Below is the list of the employees who joined the college or transitioned positions during the month of January. Welcome to the new employees and congratulations to those who changed roles! For a complete list of employment opportunities currently available, visit https://ccis.edu/jobs.
The NFL will salute four 100-year-old World War II Veterans at Super Bowl LIV tomorrow, Sunday, Feb. 2.
Col. Charles E. McGee (Ret.), a 1978 graduate of Columbia College, will flip the coin, in the official on-field Coin Toss ceremony before the Chiefs-49ers game.