Did you know?
Since Dr. Gerald Brouder’s arrival as
Columbia College president 10 years ago,
12 extended campuses have been added
to Columbia College. They include:
• Freeport, Ill.
• Moberly, Mo.
• Los Alamitos, Calif.
• Christian County, Mo.
• Elgin, Ill.
• Patrick Air Force Base, Fla.
• Whidbey Island, Wash.
• Lemoore, Calif.
• San Luis Obispo, Calif.
• Hunter Army Airfield, Ga.
• Fort Stewart, Ga.
• Guantanamo Bay
Columbia College now has 30 extended
campuses, including one in Guantanamo
1001 Rogers Street
Columbia, MO 65216
Phone: (573) 875-7246
Fax: (573) 875-7445
Dates to remember
July 11, 2005
Registration for August session
July 15, 2005
Last day to withdraw from June
July 30, 2005
June session ends
Aug. 15, 2005
Online and on-campus
August session begins
Aug. 22, 2005
Last day to drop/add August
session classes without financial
Sept. 5, 2005
A newsletter for students
and friends of the college
O F M I S S O U R I
But is it really worth the sowing?
Have you ever sat in class and watched
as the second hand ticked away? Is there
anyone among us who hasn’t wondered
what else they could be doing with their
time other than going to class?
With all the demands of work, family
and school, it’s easy to lose sight of what
everyone always says: sowing the seeds of
education will reap a bountiful harvest. But
who hasn’t questioned whether the sowing
is actually worth it?
While the day-to-day obligation of attending
class may seem overwhelming at times, the
pay off — in terms of personal satisfaction,
growth and profitability — is definitely worth
According to the Postsecondary Education
Opportunity Research Letter, the lifetime
income of families headed by individuals
with a bac