Columbia College graduate Rena Day was taught, "You go to college. Period." Using the skills she learned, she was able to offer advice and knowledge to help people during the economic crash of October 2007.
Higher education has a vast vocabulary. It seems like you need a degree just to understand what everyone's saying. Here's our guide to help you figure it all out.
You've earned your associate degree - a major accomplishment! But now what? We asked Charlie Mackey of Columbia College a few questions about your potential next steps.
Kate Rothwell shares what she does to help students find success in college. For non-traditional students, that means helping them balance going back to school with their other responsibilities.
The PIC and PiLE programs can help you get your degree faster using your academy training, whether you're in Criminal Justice or another field. "You can go into political science or business or art, and still use these programs."
Head shots: no longer just for performers and models. Today, more than ever, head shots are an important part of being a professional. Before you get yours taken, scroll through our guide of professional head shot best practices.
You've decided you want a career in nursing, but now what? Our handy infographic should help you decide which path is right for you based on certifications, education needed, salary, duties and projected employment.
Men's fashion choices for the workplace don't stop at the basic black suit. Learn how to better reflect your own personal style while staying business office appropriate.
Life can throw a lot of curveballs your way. That's true in both the literal and figurative senses for Randall Owens III who found an internship with U.S. Baseball when he came back to school after being out of high school for 20 years.
The Nursing Pinning Ceremony is steeped in tradition. It's a rite of passage for nursing students as they transition to their professional careers. Learn more about the celebratory ceremony that's been taking place for more than 100 years.