Graduate Student Resources
At Columbia College Chicago, you'll get excellent instruction from skilled professional artists. But you'll also have access to free services that will help you make the most out of every learning opportunity.
Is a free online resource that houses employment opportunities for the Columbia College Community. You can search leads from the following categories: full time, part time, internships, freelance, volunteer, and on-campus employment.
If you're looking for help with research or advice on how to get the most out of Columbia's library resources, Library Services is the place to go!
Columbia College Chicago's Multicultural Affairs Office is a division of Student Affairs that exists to foster and support the intellectual, social and cultural development of all students, especially those from diverse cultural backgrounds and lifestyles. Offices within Multicultural Affairs include African American Cultural Affairs, Latino Cultural Affairs, LGBTQ, Office of Culture and CommunityInternational Student Affairs and Asian American Cultural Affairs.
The Portfolio Center offers help to seniors who are compiling their portfolios, as well as online resources on how to develop an impressive portfolio.
Services for Students with Disabilities offers accommodations, such as note-taking assistance and private testing rooms, to Columbia students with documented disabilities.
The SEO administers on-campus part-time student employment programs. Students seeking on-campus jobs should review information on the Student Employment page. The office posts a variety of on and off-campus jobs on ColumbiaWorks, a free online resource that houses employment opportunities for students and alumni.
The College offers several Wellness Support services including Counseling Services, Fitness Centers, Health Services and Health Insurance.
Bring your writing projects and questions to Columbia Writing Center! Writing Consultants are on-hand to help at any stage of the writing process - even non-academic writing. They also offer special assistance for learning-disabled students, non-native speakers of English, and students with difficulty reading.