• Pryor Art Gallery Announces "Cuba: People in Transition" Exhibit

    Pryor Art Gallery Announces "Cuba: People in Transition" Exhibit

    Columbia State Community College’s Pryor Art Gallery will host the “Cuba: People in Transition” exhibit Sept. 13 – Oct. 11. An artist’s reception will be held Sept. 13 from 5 – 8 p.m.

    Learn more about the Cuba Exhibit

  • Columbia State and TSC Team Up to Provide Experience

    Columbia State and TSC Team Up to Provide Experience

    Columbia State Community College teamed up with Tractor Supply Company (NASDAQ: TSCO), the largest rural lifestyle retail chain in the United States, to develop a capstone course in emerging technologies, which two students recently completed at the Company’s Store Support Center in Brentwood, Tenn.


    Read more about the TSC Partnership

  • Columbia State Hits Record-Breaking Enrollment for Second Year

    Columbia State Hits Record-Breaking Enrollment for Second Year

    Columbia State Community College reached its largest enrollment for the second year in a row. Fall 2018 preliminary census data shows a college-wide headcount enrollment of 6,252 students — up 5.3 percent from last year.

    Learn more about this year's enrollment

  • NHC Makes Donation to Nursing Program

    NHC Makes Donation to Nursing Program

    The NHC Place at Cool Springs in Franklin, in partnership with the Foundation for Geriatric Education, recently presented a donation check to the Columbia State Community College nursing program.

    Read more about the NHC Donation

  • Columbia State Hosts Annual College Fair for Maury County Students

    Columbia State Hosts Annual College Fair for Maury County Students

    Approximately 1,000 public and private high school sophomores, juniors and seniors were in attendance for Columbia State Community College’s annual Maury County College Fair hosted in partnership with Maury County Public Schools.

    Read more about the 2018 Annual College Fair

  • Cheathem to Deliver Presentation on Martin Van Buren

    Cheathem to Deliver Presentation on Martin Van Buren

    Columbia State Community College welcomes Dr. Mark Cheathem, Cumberland University professor of history, to the Ledbetter Auditorium Oct. 2 at 4 p.m. to deliver a lecture on Martin Van Buren, United States eighth president.

    Learn more about the Martin Van Buren Lecture

  • Columbia State Announces Healthcare Workforce Development Courses

    Columbia State Announces Healthcare Workforce Development Courses

    Columbia State Community College’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development is offering the Pharmacy Technician Program” at the Columbia Campus beginning Oct. 16, the Pharmacy Technician Program” at the Williamson Campus beginning Oct. 23, the Clinical Medical Assistant” program at the Williamson Campus beginning Sept. 10 and the "Clinical Medical Assistant" program at the Columbia Campus beginning Oct. 1.


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