Columbia Southern University staffers raised $3,000 to donate to Feeding the Gulf Coast's backpack program to help feed needy schoolchildren in South Alabama.
CSU graduate and Birmingham police investigator Katrina Johnson has enjoyed working in law enforcement to make a difference for the past 25 years.
CSU graduate Synovia Dover-Harris is an entrepreneur, author, mother, educator who enjoys helping other reach their career dreams
Online MBA student Yolanda Breckenridge pursues degree in human resources to help others reach career and personal goals.
OSH graduate Patience Adagba likes solving workplace safety issues
South Alabama Scouts present Golden Eagle award and salute community efforts of university leader Robert Mayes at fundraising dinner.
LeMario Brown enjoys helping his community of Fort Valley, Ga., as a city official, farmer and director of a literacy group
CSU awards Navy wife Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship to help her achieve an education to provide for her family.
Columbia Southern University congratulates 2016 graduate Patrick Mazza, of Corona, Calif., on winning an Academic Excellence Scholarship with the National Society of Leadership and Success.
To help make Christmas merry for many children, Columbia Southern University (CSU) employees Friday donated several large boxes of toys and numerous bicycles to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program based in South Baldwin County.
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