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The scholarships application deadline has been extended to May 15, 2016.
Apply to Columbus State now to take advantage of this opportunity and see what scholarships you qualify for. 

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Columbus Campus Admissions Contact Info & Hours

Student Central,
Upper Level of Madison Hall

(614) 287-2669
(800) 621-6407 x 2669

OFFICE HOURS &
WALK-IN COLLEGE COACH HOURS

  Office Hours College Coach Hours
Mon. 8am-5pm

10am-12pm

3pm-5pm*

Tues. 8am-5pm

10am-12pm

3pm-5pm*

Wed. 8am-6pm  

10am-12pm

3pm-6pm*

Thurs. 8am-5pm  

10am-12pm

3pm-5pm*

Fri. 9:30am-4:30pm  

10am-12pm

3pm-4:30pm*

Last Saturday 
of each month
9am-12pm  9am-12pm*
  • * Final walk-in's are accepted 1 hour prior to close.
  • Check the Academic Calendar for dates campus and offices are closed.  
  • Check the Event Calendar for upcoming opportunities to visit Columbus State.


Delaware Campus
 Admissions
Contact Info & Hours

Moeller Hall
(740) 203-8345

OFFICE HOURS &
WALK-IN ADVISING HOURS

  Office Hours Advising Hours
Mon. 9am-5pm

9am-11am

2pm-5pm

Tues. 9am-5pm

9am-11am

2pm-5pm

Wed. 9am-5pm

9am-11am

2pm-5pm

Thurs. 9am-5pm

9am-11am

2pm-5pm

Fri. 10am-2:30pm 10am-2:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

 


Find Yourself at Columbus State

1. FUTURE STUDENTS
(Have Not Applied To Columbus State Yet)

College Coaches assist future students with the application process, provide information on programs of study and next steps for enrollment, placement testing, and applying for financial aid.

  • First, please review the Get Started Guide, which guides you step-by-step through the enrollment process at Columbus State.
  • Your College Coach is based off of your current high school and/or the area of Columbus in which you currently reside. For information on walk-in times to visit with a College Coach or to find your College Coach, please click here.
  • If you are a current Columbus State student who has already applied and been accepted, please contact Advising Services to speak with an Academic Advisor.


2. NEW / CURRENT COLUMBUS STATE STUDENTS
(Have Applied and Have Been Accepted)

Once you have applied and been accepted, please review the Get Started Guide to discover your next steps. If you are needing assistance with creating your class schedule or deciding on a major, find your Academic Advisor here.


3. RETURNING COLUMBUS STATE STUDENTS
(Have Applied and Been Accepted In The Past)

Follow these steps to guide you through your returning enrollment process.

If you are needing additional assistance, please call:
Telephone Information Center, (614) 287-5353
Toll free in the U.S., 1-800-621-6407


4. NEW DOMESTIC & IMMIGRANT STUDENTS
(Have Not Applied To Columbus State Yet)

Your College Coach is based off of your current high school and/or the area of Columbus in which you currently reside. Click here to find your College Coach.


5. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
(New and Currently Enrolled)

New and currently enrolled F1, F1 transient, and DACA students, as well as holders of other non-immigrant visas (such as J1) should contact International Enrollment Services by telephone at (614) 287-2074 or toll-free in the US at 1-800-621-6407 (extension 2074), or by email at istudent@cscc.edu.

 


6. DUAL CREDIT / COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS STUDENTS
(Taking College Courses While You Are In High School)

What you may have known before as "dual enrollment," "post-secondary enrollment," or "concurrent enrollment" is all part of the College Credit Plus (CCP) legislation that we, at Columbus State, call Dual Credit. If you are interested in taking classes while you are in high school, please visit the Dual Credit/College Credit Plus CSCC page for more details to help you get started.

  • If you are currently enrolled in College Credit Plus and wish to continue on at Columbus State after completing high school, you will need to apply for admission even though you have already applied for College Credit Plus admission. 

All College Credit Plus participants must complete a new application. Create your new login credentials using your current Columbus State student email address as both your email and your user name – this will ensure that you do not receive the “already have an account” error message when applying.