CSU News


4/10/2014
“Ever since I was a young boy, I always wanted to work within the fire service. In fact, if you look within my high school yearbook, there is a comment that I placed where it states that I would love to play guitar like Eric Clapton, but I would probably end up working within the fire department.”


2/27/2014
The Coastal Alabama Business Chamber honored Columbia Southern University (CSU) as the Business of the Year on Feb. 21 during its annual awards dinner and meeting.


2/24/2014
The Marketing Department of Columbia Southern Education Group won two silver ADDY awards at the 2014 AAF Pensacola American Advertising Awards gala on Feb. 21 at Pensacola Beach.


2/19/2014
Online university helping local Young Entrepreneurs Academy


1/31/2014

Columbia Southern University (CSU) recently launched its Learning Partner of the Month program and chose the Escambia County (Fla.) Sheriff’s Office as its first recipient of this special award.

CSU, an online university based in Orange Beach, Ala., forms partnerships with businesses and government agencies to offer special tuition discounts and scholarships.



1/15/2014
Columbia Southern Education (CSU) student Angie Keys understands that education is about creating and honing potential.


11/18/2013
Columbia Southern Education Group (CSEG) Vice President Chantell Cooley teamed with her daughter Brooke have just released an inspiring and spiritual guidebook called “Diving Deeper with God, Fully Surrendered.”


10/30/2013
CSU Students, Faculty Invited to Join New Criminal Justice Group


9/30/2013
Columbia Southern University (CSU), one of the nation’s top online universities, recently partnered with Gulf Shores (Ala.) Fire and Rescue to produce public service announcements for national Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 6-12, and Fire Prevention Month.


9/27/2013

For Columbia Southern University (CSU) occupational safety and health student Jeffrey Ramey, winning the Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship allows him a chance to pay it forward.


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