• June 24, 2021

    Columbia Southern University is pleased to have Professional Firefighters Association of Mississippi as a Learning Partner. As a member, this partnership provides a reduced tuition, plus many additional benefits. And, for your convenience, all programs are offered in an online format.

    The Learning Partner Program provides exclusive benefits to the employees/members of your organization, as well as all spouses and children. Benefits of the partnership include:

    • 10% tuition discount on all classes and waiver of the Application Fee.
    • Textbooks provided at no cost.
    • Exclusive Scholarship Opportunities for Learning Partner employees/members. Click here for more information.
    • A complimentary evaluation of previously earned college credits and training/professional certifications for consideration of transfer credit.
    • Complimentary access to our Writing and Math specialists through the Student Success Center.
    • A dedicated landing page for Learning Partners on the CSU website for prospective students and student enrollments.

    About CSU

    Columbia Southern University is a completely online university offering associate, bachelor and master degree programs in a wide variety of disciplines. For program information please contact Natasha Willett at Natasha.Willett@ColumbiaSouthern.edu.

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