- Students attending women's colleges are generally more engaged and report higher levels of academic challenge than women at coed institutions.
- Women's college students score higher on active and collaborative learning and student-faculty interaction.
- Women's colleges create a climate where students are regularly encouraged to realize their potential.
- Women's college advantages include more female mentors and role models and greater opportunities for leadership roles.
- Students at women's colleges interact more frequently with faculty both in and outside the classroom.
- Women at single-gender institutions assume leadership roles on campus and take charge in classroom discussions.
- Single gender learning environments foster leadership skills that support greater career and personal success later in life.
- Students at women's colleges report greater gains in self-understanding, including independent learning and collaboration skills.
Located in Columbia, South Carolina, Columbia College is a four-year liberal arts women’s college founded in 1854. The Columbia College experience is known for their women’s leadership development and includes: the 4C’s: Courage, Commitment, Confidence, and Competence.
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For an overview of Columbia College's programs, click here.
Below is a video created by a Columbia College student.