• Columbia State partners with Williamson County Schools

    Columbia State partners with Williamson County Schools

    Columbia State Community College and Williamson County Schools recently announced a new partnership that will benefit Nolensville High School students wanting to earn a technical certificate in hospitality and tourism management.

    Read More about the WCS partnership

  • Columbia State extends MTSU Promise to students

    Columbia State extends MTSU Promise to students

    Middle Tennessee State University signed an agreement  to extend the MTSU Promise to Columbia State Community College, the fifth such pathway established for students with associate degrees to move seamlessly to the four-year university.

    Read More about the MTSU partnership

  • Columbia State Receives Donation From African American Heritage Society

    Columbia State Receives Donation From African American Heritage Society

    The African American Heritage Society recently established a scholarship with the Columbia State Community College Foundation for Williamson County students. 

    Read More about the Donation to the Foundation

  • Fall 2018 Graduates, President

    Fall 2018 Graduates, President's and Dean's Lists Announced

    Columbia State is pleased to announce the fall 2018 graduates, president's and dean's lists.

    Fall 2018 Graduates

    Fall 2018 President's and Dean's Lists

    Congratulations to all!

  • Columbia State Receives Donation from Youth Education Foundation

    Columbia State Receives Donation from Youth Education Foundation

    The Youth Education Foundation recently presented a check to continue funding their scholarship through the Columbia State Community College Foundation.


    Learn more about the YEF Scholarship Donation

  • Pryor Art Gallery Hosts Symbols and Visions Exhibit

    Pryor Art Gallery Hosts Symbols and Visions Exhibit

    Columbia State Community College’s Pryor Art Gallery will host “Symbols and Visions” Jan. 10 – Feb. 21. The exhibit will feature monumental (large-scale) oil paintings by artist Greg Decker.

    Read more about the Symbols and Visions Exhibit

  • Marshall County Family Establishes Scholarship Endowment with Columbia State Foundation

    Marshall County Family Establishes Scholarship Endowment with Columbia State Foundation

    Columbia State Community College recently received a scholarship endowment from Marsha and W.H. (Billy) Coble Jr.


    Learn more about the Coble Scholarship Endowment

  • Brightwood College and Virginia College Students

    Brightwood College and Virginia College Students

    Columbia State is actively working to assist students that have been affected by the sudden closure of Brightwood College and Virginia College. 

    Columbia State representatives are available to discuss academic plans, evaluate transfer credit and get you back on the path to meeting your educational goals.

    Learn more about how we can help


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