Far away has never felt closer

INFORM. CONNECT. ALWAYS.

We bring students and parents closer together

Whether you’re separated by a country or a continent, the miles between home and school can seem endless. Columbia International College’s Total Care Communication® approach gives parents peace of mind that their children are healthy, safe, happy and receiving the support they need to excel in their studies. Using Columbia’s state-of-the-art communication tools, parents can continue to offer their children guidance and emotional support, regardless of the distance, and extended family and friends “back home” can stay in touch across the miles. Parents can keep track of student progress using Columbia’s online report card. And Columbia’s caring and experienced staff—many of whom speak more than one language—are only a phone call or email away, helping parents stay informed of their children’s personal and academic achievements and needs.

EZ Report Cards

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Stay connected

Parents can contact their children privately and conveniently. A telephone with voicemail is in every residence room and wired and wireless Internet—available both at school and in residence—is ideal for Skype, Face Time and more.

We speak your language

Our multilingual staff help parents receive regular updates on their child’s progress, understand school policies and procedures, translate their correspondence with the school, and communicate any concerns.

View our multilingual staff directory

Keep track of progress

Only Columbia offers an online tool for parents to stay constantly informed of their child’s progress. Using the ezReport Care tool, you can view your child’s Personal Success Plan, extracurricular activities and academic results.

Learn about the ezReport Card

Total Care Communication® is a single point of contact for parents, students,  school departments, translation services, and guidance. 

The parent of a student checking grades from their tablet in their backyard.
A group of students in a computer lab using Apple computers
2 students taking a break from class, using their phones