Please join Columbia College for an Open House Program! Complete the Open House Registration Form to let us know which program you would like to attend. Confirmation about Open House will be sent via email and mailing address provided in the registration form.
Open House programs are designed for students interested in the Women’s College at Columbia College. Please note that Open House events are programmed days, and not drop-ins. The day begins at 10:00AM and ends around 2:30PM.
Your visit will include interaction with our faculty, staff, current students, and other prospective students as you learn about academics, student life, and the overall atmosphere of Columbia College.
We will provide lunch at no cost to you, but we ask that you limit your guests to two.
We look forward to having you on our campus soon!
Register for an Open House event today! Upcoming Open House dates are:
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Friday, April 21, 2017 (High School Junior Day)
Make your reservation to attend an Open House by completing the Register for Open House online form. Or you may call the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 803.786.3871 or 800.277.1301.
Columbia College Open House events provide a wealth of information for students and parents. We guarantee a fun, active day with plenty of opportunities to explore the campus, and get your questions answered.
We recommend attending a scheduled Open House event, but if the above dates are not convenient for you, we are happy to schedule a private campus visit. Just call the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to schedule a day that works for you.
Seeing Is Believing!
One of the best ways to learn about all that Columbia College has to offer is to attend an Open House event.
Talk to our students about campus life. Meet with our faculty and learn about college classes. Take a walk around campus. Eat a meal in the Student Union. Get your questions answered about undergraduate majors, financial aid and more.
Open house gives you the opportunity to meet other prospective students, to attend a class, to learn about scholarships, to tour the campus, to hear from some of our students and more.