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Good but Could Be Better – The food at Columbia is not bad, and the staff in the dinning hall is always helpful and willing to try new things. However, the variety could be better. After a year at Columbia you come to know and expect when certain dishes will be offered. Sometimes this gives you something to look forward to, or something to dread.
Helpful but Could Be Better – Columbia is basically paying for my tuition, and in turn I am working in the dinning hall 3 times a week. It is a great deal. However, I wish that more general scholarships were available to more students.
A Great Variety – There are only 3 main degree programs at Columbia, but the faculty and staff are wonderful at working with you to choose courses that will be help your education.