• Columbia State Transitions To Online Instruction

    Columbia State Transitions To Online Instruction

    As a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Columbia State has temporarily transitioned to online classes.

    All college campuses are closed. However, faculty and staff are working virtually to conduct regular college business and provide services to students.

    All college events are canceled for the immediate future.

    Students should continue to check their Columbia State email regularly for important updates.

    Coronavirus Information

  • Student Resources Center

    Student Resources Center

    Visit the Student Resources Center for important information and resources. You will find instructions on how to log in to Online Campus, Frequently Asked Questions, free broadband offers, local hotspots and more.


    Connect to Resources

  • Online Tutoring Available for Students 24/7

    Online Tutoring Available for Students 24/7

    Although the Tutoring and Learning Centers are closed and no in-person tutoring is available, the TLC does have online services available to assist students. 

    Smarthinking Online Tutoring is available 24/7 at no charge to our currently enrolled students. Click the link below for more information and detailed instructions.


    Smarthinking Online Tutoring

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    For frequently asked questions concerning the college during the COVID-19 pandemic, please see the FAQ page.


    See FAQs

  • Columbia State Donates Supplies for COVID-19 Relief in Maury County

    Columbia State Donates Supplies for COVID-19 Relief in Maury County

    Columbia State’s Health Sciences Division recently donated personal protective equipment to NHC Maury Regional Transitional Care Center.

    Learn more about the donation


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