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ADMISSIONS APPLICATION – OFFLINE FOR SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE

Alert thumbnailPlease be aware that our admissions application will be offline for scheduled maintenance the week of February 23, 2015. The downtime is scheduled to be no longer than one week. During this period, new applications cannot be created and in-progress applications cannot be accessed. If you would like to talk with an Admissions Representative in order to prepare your application for submission once the system is back online, please scroll down to view contact information. We appreciate your patience while we make improvements to our process, and look forward to assisting you as you pursue your educational and career goals at Columbus State!

Admissions Representatives assist new students with the application process and provide information on programs of study and next steps for enrollment, including Next Steps Sessions for Accepted Students, placement testing, and applying for financial aid.

Meetings with Admissions Representatives are available on a walk-in basis Monday through Friday during regular business hours. Campus tours provide another opportunity to learn more about Columbus State.

Additional information about the enrollment process can be found in the Get Started Guide.

Columbus Campus

Madison Hall, lower level

(614) 287-2669
(800) 621-6407 x 2669

Monday, Tuesday, Thursdays 8 am - 5 pm

Wednesday 8 am - 6 pm

Friday 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Last Saturday of the month - 9 am - 12 pm.

*Last walk-in will be taken 1/2 hour before the Admissions Office closes

Delaware Campus

Moeller Hall
(740) 203-8345

Walk-in Advising Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9:00 am - 11 am and 2 pm to 5pm

Friday 10 am - 2:30 pm



Finding your Admissions Representative

1. Current Columbus State students

Find your Academic Representative here.


2. Returning Columbus State students

Follow these steps to guide you through the enrollment process.


3. New Students

Please follow these guidelines for contacting Admissions Representatives:

  • First, please review the Get Started Guide, which guides you step by step through the enrollment process at Columbus State.
  • Contact one admissions representative for assistance with questions not answered in the guide.
  • Provide your telephone number and address to assist us with responding to your questions.
  • Meetings with admissions representatives are available on a walk-in basis in the Admissions Office in the lower level of Madison Hall.
  • If you are a current CSCC student, please contact Advising Services.

Alternative Telephone Numbers:

Telephone Information Center, (614) 287-5353
Toll free in the U.S., 1-800-621-6407

 

Domestic and Immigrant Students

Students with last names

A-E

George Chatters

(614) 287-2690

gchatter@cscc.edu

 

F-J

Libby Straub

(614) 287-5706

estraub@cscc.edu  

K-O

Jason Dutrow

(614) 287-2051

jdutrow@cscc.edu

 
P-T

Jan Crozier

(614) 287-2673

jcrozier@cscc.edu

 

U-Z

John Sherwood

(614) 287-2205

jsherwood3@cscc.edu

 

 

4. International Students

Please contact the International Student Enrollment Services by telephone at (614) 287-2074, or toll free in the U.S. at 1-800-621-6407, extension 2074 or email istudent@cscc.edu.

F1 applicants may contact:

Thomas Giles

(614) 287-5884

tgiles5@cscc.edu

 

Other Non-immigrant visa holders and F1 transient applicants may contact:

Vanessa Kumar

(614) 287-5503

vkumar1@cscc.edu

Advisor to currently enrolled F1 international students:

Amy Bullock

(614) 287-2671

abulloc1@cscc.edu

 

5. PSEO/Dual Enrollment/Early College/Other High School Program Advisors

Before Applying for Admission to Columbus State Community College, please be sure to talk with your School Counselor about which program(s) you may be eligible to take. You will be asked on the application to select PSEO A (High School or Home School), PSEO B, Dual Enrollment, or None of the Above/Other Early College. Please do not guess on this section of the application, as it may delay processing time. Most questions regarding these programs be found by visiting the K-12 Website. If not, please contact us by e-mail at PSEO@cscc.edu.

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Get Started - A Step by Step Guide - Applying and Registering for Classes at Columbus State

Future Students, Applying for college doesn't have to be a chore. There are five steps you need to complete:

  • Step 1: Apply For Admission
  • Step 2: Apply For Financial Aid
  • Step 3: Getting Started Information Session (Orientation)
  • Step 4: COMPASS/ESL Placement Testing
  • Step 5: Registration Workshop
  • Step 6: Register and Pay Fees

View the full Get Started Guide