REGIONALLY ACCREDITED.

Columbia College strives for greatness every day by maintaining the highest level of accreditation possible. Columbia College is a private, nonprofit institution accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association.

AFFORDABLE.

If you examine tuition at other private and state schools, you'll find Columbia College offers an affordable private education at a cost comparable to a public university. Transfer opportunities also help students avoid retaking (and repaying for) classes they have already completed at another university. Find out more about Columbia College-Kansas City's tuition.

RESPECTED.

Nationally ranked for quality and value. Numerous academic programs at Columbia College have been named "Best Buys" by GetEducated.com.

GO FOR GREATER CONVENIENCE

Conveniently located just off I-70 only 10 miles east of downtown Kansas City, Columbia College-Kansas City is in a very accessible location for all people in the Kansas City metro area. Columbia College-Kansas City also features a student lounge, the latest education equipment in classrooms and computer lab as well as free advising by appointment, phone, fax or email.

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Kansas City Campus

Blue Ridge Tower
4240 Blue Ridge Blvd., Ste. 400
Kansas City, MO 64133
Phone: (816) 795-1515
E-mail: kansascity@ccis.edu

Register now to begin classes at Columbia College-Kansas City. Visit our Kansas City campus webpage to learn more about our degree programs and the application process.

NEED A FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE?

Flexibility allows you to take classes at Columbia College-Kansas City in one of three ways: at our campus located in Kansas City, online or a hybrid of both on-campus and online classes. If you don't have the time or means for a full-time college schedule, you can still further your education at Columbia College-Kansas City.

Online classes are available in eight-week sessions, five times per year. Taking a maximum of two classes per 8-week session helps focus your studies. Start pursuing a new degree or pick up your studies where you left off years ago.