See here for all of the classes that are full so far in the Summer 2015 semester:
Below are two student employment opportunities. Interested candidates should submit a resume and a cover letter of application by e-mail to Rose Black, Student Services Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org. Remuneration for student positions is $16.00 per hour plus 4% vacation pay.
Please put ‘Employment’ as the Subject in the e-mail. Applications that do not include this in the title, as well as both a cover letter and resume, will be disregarded.
We thank you for your interest in these positions but only successful applicants will be contacted.
In the Winter semester, 2015, the following students achieved a GPA of 3.7 or greater while taking a full* course load in the University Transfer Program, or a GPA of 3.5 or greater while taking a full* course load in the Senior Secondary Program. Their names have been added to the Columbia College Honour Roll. Continue reading
Math 230: Differential Equations, which will next be offered in the Fall Semester, now has prerequisites of Math 114 and 252 and 12 credits.
If you want to take Math 230 in Fall and have not yet taken Math 252, then you need to take Math 252 in the Summer semester.
Why have some states successfully democratized, while others have tried and failed? Why is political participation higher in some democratic states than in others? Why does political violence occur in one state, but not in another? Continue reading
We would like to bring our most recent summer semester timetable to your attention and highlight a couple of changes that we have made.
We have introduced four classes that will meet on Wednesdays and Saturdays for two, 2-hour sessions. These are:
- Psyc 110 (sec 1): meets 8-10am on Wednesday and 9-11am on Saturday
- Chem 121 (sec 1): meets 10am-12pm on Wednesday and 9am-1pm on Saturday (including the Lab)
- Cmns 130 (sec 1): meets 10am-12pm on Wednesday and 11am – 1pm on Saturday
- Art 100 (sec 1): meets 12-2pm on Wednesday and 1-3pm on Saturday
- Engl 100 (sec 141): meets 14-16 on Wednesday and 1-4pm on Saturday (2-hour session on Wednesday, 3-hour session on Saturday)
Kayi, a Columbia College alumna, has a B.A. in English Literature, and a Diploma in Visual Communication. Aside from working as a tutor, she is also the editorial board member and contest coordinator at Room Magazine, a literary journal based out of Vancouver.
Kayi is available by appointment Monday to Friday between 3 to 6 pm for writing tips, and book recommendations. You can make an appointment by following this link: cctalks.com/tutoring.