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  • Major in English | Columbia International University
    will discover that many of these men and women began their careers with a degree in English That s because English majors can do exactly what employers need and value read and analyze texts communicate effectively in writing think critically and independently and use research properly Studying the English language equips graduates for effective use of the written word in mission and marketplace ministries At CIU we add one more important skill we help English majors filter what they learn and experience in the classroom through a biblical world lens Your Future Your career prospects as an English major are exciting broad and diverse A degree in English can lead you to employment in many fields advertising editing grant writing public relations publishing and teaching English as a foreign language A degree in English can also prepare you to pursue additional studies in English on the graduate level enter law school or gain certification as a high school English teacher Your Next Step Can you imagine yourself using your English skills to serve God and others Review our course requirements and suggested program of study Get started today Featured Faculty Steve Baarendse English Minor Program Coordinator B A Taylor University

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/academics/undergraduate-majors-and-programs/majors/english (2016-01-26)
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  • Facts and History | Columbia International University
    catalyst for preparing students for ministry and missions The Power of Prayer Emily Dick concerned for the spiritual needs of Columbia s mill workers and their families attended Moody Bible Institute in 1913 to better learn Scripture Five years later and now back home she and her circle of six other praying women saw their dream of a local Bible school come true The man of God who would lead the new work was Robert C McQuilkin CIU s first president What a mighty power for missions and for soul winning evangelism the school may be When Classes Began The school began classes in the fall of 1922 in rented rooms at the former Colonia Hotel in downtown Columbia and at the YMCA and officially became Columbia Bible School in 1923 Two hotel rooms served as the classroom and the office and the hotel s sunroom was used for popular Friday evening classes open to the public The School s Name In 1929 the school s name changed to Columbia Bible College and six years later the school began offering graduate courses The college moved to its current location on Monticello Road in 1960 and the name was changed again in 1994 to Columbia International University Quick Facts The Basics Founded 1923 Location Columbia South Carolina Our motto To Know Him and to Make Him Known Religious Affiliation Multidenominational School Colors Blue Gold Mascot Ram Student Body 1 100 students 54 46 male female ratio Average incoming ACT is 23 Average SAT is 1 114 Undergraduate student body is 76 Caucasian 14 African American 3 international Seminary Graduate student body is 61 Caucasian 24 African American 8 international Academics 19 undergraduate majors CIU offers degree and certificate programs Accreditation from SACS ABHE and ATS 17 1 student to professor ratio

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/about-ciu/facts-and-history (2016-01-26)
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  • Faculty | Columbia International University
    Candidate University of South Carolina Read More Bryan E Beyer Dean of the College of Arts Sciences B A Colorado State University M Div Denver Seminary Ph D Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion Read More Mark Bolte Counseling Professor B A Tennessee Temple University M S Loyola College Psy D Florida Tech Read More David G Cashin Professor of Intercultural Studies B A Gordon College M A Dhaka University Dhaka Bangladesh M A Ph D Stockholm University Sweden Read More Carrie Caudill Psychology Professor B S Columbia International University Ed S University of South Carolina Albert Ellis Institute South Carolina Licensed Professional Counselor 2007 present Ph D University of South Carolina Read More Karen Close Director of Christian Service Learning B A Ministry Western Christian College Canada M A M A C E Columbia International University D Min Palmer Theological Seminary Philadelphia Read More Anita J Cooper Bible Teaching Undergraduate and M A B T Program Director B S Columbia Bible College M Ed Reformed Theological Seminary Ph D University of South Carolina advanced biblical studies Reformed Theological Seminary and Columbia International University Read More David A Croteau Professor of New Testament Greek B A California State University Fresno M Div Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary Th M Ph D Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Read More John Crutchfield Middle Eastern Studies Program Director Certificate form Torchbearer Schools Capernwray Hall England and Tauernhof Austria B A Columbia Bible College M A Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions M Div Trinity Evangelical Divinity School Israel Study Tour 1990 M Phil D Phil Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion Cincinnati Read More Daniel F DeLozier Professional Studies Division Chair Communication Program Director B S Lancaster Bible College M S Temple University Ed D Temple University Read More Larry E Dixon Professor of Systematic Theology B A Northeastern Bible College M Div Biblical School of Theology M Phil Ph D Drew UniversityDr Dixon joined the faculty of CIU s Seminary School of Ministry in 1997 and has taught Systematic Theology from that date until the present Before coming to Columbia he taught at Northeastern Bible College from 1986 until 1988 and served as professor of biblical and Read More Helmuth Egelkraut Professor at Large M Div Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary Th D Princeton Theological Seminary Read More Stephen H Farra Psychology Program Director B A Wheaton College M A Wheaton College Ph D University of Minnesota Albert Ellis Institute Read More Brian P Gault Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew B A Cedarville University M Th Dallas Theological Seminary M A Ph D Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion Read More Glenn Gentry Humanities Program Director B S Multnomah Bible College M A Ph D Baylor University Read More Karen Grant Professor of Youth Ministry Family and Culture B A California State University Chico M A California State University Stanislaus M A Moody Bible Institute Bible Certificate D Min Columbia International UniversityDr Karen Grant joined the CIU faculty

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/about-ciu/leadership-and-administration/our-faculty/directory (2016-01-26)
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  • Financial Aid | Columbia International University
    in the world that may take you The Financial Aid Office is committed to providing students and their families with the information they need to navigate and understand the financial aid process We hope the information provided here will prove useful and convenient to access We are excited about your interest in continuing your education at CIU and want to assist you in any way possible Helpful information Nearly 90 percent of our undergraduates receive CIU grants and scholarships The average financial aid package is from 10 900 to 14 900 including institutional and federal grants and loans Graduate and seminary students also may apply for federal and institutional aid as well as outside scholarships and grants CIU s average graduate scholarship is 1 000 Merit scholarships are based on your college GPA received at the time of admission to CIU Take a moment to review the 2015 16 tuition and fees and details on CIU s payment plan Types of Aid Graduate Grants Scholarships Undergraduate Grants Scholarships Transfer Student Scholarships Donor Scholarships Church Matching Grants Federal Aid South Carolina State Aid Veterans Benefits Ready to get started Begin applying for aid now Use the net price calculator to help

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid (2016-01-26)
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  • Applying for Financial Aid | Columbia International University
    on campus 1 CIU Admissions Application Complete the application online 2 Complete the FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid The quickest way to apply for federal aid is online You ll need CIU s school code which is 003429 You will also need a new Federal Student Aid ID The FSA ID replaces the Federal Student Aid PIN previously used to access and sign the FAFSA apply for loans and complete loan entrance counseling promissory notes If you are a dependent student one parent whose information is on the FAFSA also will need an FSA ID to sign the application electronically We have a list of FAFSA tips to help you with this process Within approximately two weeks after completing the FAFSA you will receive an email from the CIU Financial Aid Office 3 Complete the Financial Aid File Financial Aid Questionnaire other documents Log in to MyCIU and go to Financial Aid The tab labeled Documents lists missing documents needed to complete your financial aid file Submit any missing documents Select the Financial Aid Questionnaire link to complete the questionnaire You do not need to submit loan documents entrance counseling and master promissory note if you don t

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/become-student/financial-aid/applying (2016-01-26)
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  • Federal Aid | Columbia International University
    do not have to be repaid The government offers two federal grants to qualified undergraduate students the Federal Pell Grant and the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant You must demonstrate financial need based on the information you or your parents provide on the FAFSA Only students who are eligible to receive a Federal Pell Grant may qualify to receive the Federal Education Opportunity Grant Federal Work Study The Federal Work Study Program allows you the opportunity for part time employment on or off campus Work study awards are based on financial need Undergraduate Federal Aid Options Award Eligibility Requirements Award Amount Renewal Policy Award Federal Direct Loan Subsidized Unsubsidized dependent student Eligibility Requirements For students with demonstrated need U S government pays the interest while student is in school unsubsidized loan is awarded if need is met Award Amount Loan Limits 5 500 freshmen 6 500 sophomores 7 500 juniors and seniors Renewal Policy Submit FAFSA annually Award Federal Direct Loan Subsidized Unsubsidized independent student Eligibility Requirements For students with demonstrated need U S government pays the interest while student is in school unsubsidized loan is awarded if need is met Award Amount Loan Limits 9 500 Freshman 10 500 Sophomore 12 500 Junior and Senior Renewal Policy Submit FAFSA annually Award Federal Direct Loan of Undergraduate Student PLUS Eligibility Requirements Parents of dependent undergraduate students Award Amount Cost of attendance minus other financial aid Renewal Policy Submit FAFSA annually Award Federal Pell Grant Eligibility Requirements Based on financial need awarded based on the financial information provided on your FAFSA You cannot already have a bachelor s degree Award Amount Maximum of 5 775 Renewal Policy Submit FAFSA annually Award Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant SEOG Eligibility Requirements Pell grant recipients with exceptional financial need Award Amount Up to 2

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid/types-of-aid/federal-aid (2016-01-26)
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  • Financial Certification | Columbia International University
    must understand the significant financial responsibility of attending a university in the United States CIU cannot guarantee financial aid We can provide a list of undergraduate and graduate scholarships available for international students but interested applicants also should pursue all other avenues of support If applying for a student F 1 visa or if you hold this visa already you are required to certify that you will have the sum for all expenses during your first year at CIU If you plan to bring your spouse and or children a proportionately larger amount of money must be certified The first year expenses include tuition living expenses books and incidentals Finances must be proven and the deposit received before a certifying I 20 can be issued Financial certification for non residential students including D Min Ed D M Ed is figured differently Non residential students come to campus for brief residency sessions and do not have to have an F 1 visa They do have to make deposits for each class they plan to take during summer and winterim sessions Financial Certification Undergraduate Graduate Seminary Undergraduate 29 000 Graduate 23 000 Seminary 20 000 Deposit Traditional Students Non Residential M Ed

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/application-process/international-students/financial-certification (2016-01-26)
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  • Types of Aid | Columbia International University
    Student Employment Terms and Conditions Veteran s Benefits International Students Net Price Calculator Types of Aid Financial Aid Options As a CIU student you may qualify for a variety of financial assistance to pursue your educational goals as you prepare for careers that build on your passion for Christian service whether in the marketplace or ministry That assistance can include a combination of public and private scholarships and grants loans as well as student employment opportunities on and off campus Scholarships CIU offers 10 different institutional scholarships ranging from 1 000 up to full tuition They re awarded based on a variety of criteria including academic achievement and test scores Federal Aid Federal aid includes Pell Grants and Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants as well as the Federal Work Study Program and subsidized loan programs Grants are based primarily on financial need Loans can range from 5 500 for a first year undergraduate up to 20 500 for graduate students State Aid CIU students from South Carolina may be eligible for state funded grants and scholarships that range from 2 800 to 7 500 per year Partnerships CIU has partnered with several Christian agencies to offer a tuition reduction to

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