Columbia College

Columbia College may refer to one of several institutions of higher education in North America:

In Canada

  • Columbia College (Alberta), in Calgary
  • Columbia College (British Columbia), a two-year liberal arts institution in Vancouver
  • Columbia International College, a private preparatory school in Hamilton, Ontario

In the United States

  • Columbia College Chicago, a large arts and communications college in Chicago, Illinois
  • Columbia College (California), a community college in Sonora
  • Columbia College (Florida), a historical college in Lake City, Florida, now merged with Stetson University
  • Columbia College (Missouri), a liberal arts college in Columbia
  • Columbia College (Oregon), a former college in Eugene, Oregon
  • Milton-Freewater City Hall, a building in Milton-Freewater, Oregon; listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Columbia College
  • Columbia College (South Carolina), a private women's liberal arts college in Columbia
  • Columbia College, Columbia University, an undergraduate college at Columbia University in the City of New York
  • Columbia College Hollywood, a film school in Los Angeles, California
  • Columbia College (Fairfax, Virginia), a private vocational college in Fairfax, Virginia

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