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Spring 2021 Student Resources


Plans for Spring 2021 Semester

Academic Calendar

Spring Registration has been extended until January 14. Classes begin January 19 and final exams will be held May 1-7. View the Academic Calendar for Spring 2021.

Spring Class Schedule

The spring course schedule will include several instructional formats: live-streaming Desktop Video Conferencing (DVC) via Zoom, online, hybrid, and a limited number of small-group, on-ground classes. Check out our Get Started for Spring 2021 page for more information regarding class formats.

Virtual Advising Hotline

Need Help Registering for Classes or Changing Your Schedule?

Advisors will be available via a Virtual Advising Hotline to assist students with registering for classes or changing your schedule.

If you haven't registered, don't wait. You can also book an advising appointment through Navigate.

Learn More About Virtual Advising
Virtual Online Learning Guide

Check out this Virtual Online Learning Guide that will give you a brief overview of what you need to know for fall such as what to expect in online classes, how to log in to Online Campus, technology requirements and more!

Learn More About Online Learning Guide
Campus Access Requirements for Students
Campus Protocol for safety measures for Covid-19

Guidelines for accessing Columbia State campuses during the spring semester.
  • Complete the Safe Health Questionnaire and receive an "APPROVED" confirmation for campus access.
  • Must have a temperature less than 100.4 to access campus.
  • Face masks are required while on campus.
  • Are asked to practice and promote the expectations of the Responsible Charger Promise.
  • Make an appointment to access campus or be a member of a class that is scheduled to meet on campus.
  • Make appointments for computer labs 24 hours prior to use.
  • Check in at the specified campus check-in desk when arriving on campus.
  • Practice social distancing of at least 6 feet.
Read the full list of requirements
Technology Loan Program
If you don't have access to a computer and/or internet, please complete the Technology Access Form so that we can try to provide assistance in identifying potential solutions.
Technology Access Form
testing lab Testing Services Limited testing services are available by appointment only at the Columbia Campus. Students/clients must comply with CDC guidelines outlined in Columbia State's COVID-19 Plan. On-Ground Testing Services
computer lab Computer Lab Access Students will have limited access (by appointment only) to computers on each campus. Students must make appointments via EAB Navigate by selecting the campus and an available time on that campus. Times & Locations
online tutoring available for students Zoom and Online Tutoring Free Zoom tutoring, facilitated by Columbia State's full-time TLC staff and adjunct faculty, is available during the semester. Free real-time, online tutoring is available 24/7 through Smarthinking. Online Tutoring
Columbia State shield with words Online Campus How to Log in to Online Campus Learn how to log on to your Online Campus, display all courses, view course announcements, find assignments, discussions, quizzes and access grades. Online Campus Instructions
student worker helping someone on the phone Get Started with Zoom Check out this helpful document on getting started using Zoom. Zoom Instructions
mental health & self-care tips Mental Health & Self-Care Tips The Counseling Center at Columbia State understands this is a very apprehensive time for many. We offer appointments, tips and suggestions that might be helpful during this time. Appointments, Tips and Suggestions
Technology Related Problem?
If you're having trouble logging onto Online Campus or accessing your email, please contact Information Technology Helpdesk.
IT Helpdesk

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Schedule a Virtual Appointment

Need an appointment with an advisor?
Virtual appointments are available now.

You are not required to make an appointment with your assigned advisor. However, you should make an appointment with an advisor from the appropriate academic division.

If you need to make a first-time advising appointment, watch First-time Appointment Video.