• Tennessee Promise

    Tennessee Promise

    Did you know?

    High school and home school seniors may qualify for free tuition at a community or technical college through Tennessee Promise beginning with the Class of 2015.

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  • Pryor Gallery Welcomes Artists of Gallery 202

    Pryor Gallery Welcomes Artists of Gallery 202

    Exhibiting a variety of creative talent, Columbia State Community College’s Pryor Gallery welcomes the art and artists of Gallery 202.

    “We wanted to showcase a broad representation of artistic materials and mediums, so this diverse group of artists was selected from Gallery 202,” said Rusty Summerville, Pryor Gallery curator. “With the extent of varied works in the exhibit, there is something of interest for everyone to see.”

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  • Foundation Honors Scholarship Recipients

    Foundation Honors Scholarship Recipients

    Scholarship recipients and donors came together at a luncheon hosted by the Columbia State Community College Foundation.

    “Our scholarship donors were able to meet the students,” said Bethany Lay, Columbia State’s executive for advancement. “The donors were able to see their contributions at work within the lives of the students and were inspired by who they are and what they will become.”

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  • Center for Workforce Development

    Center for Workforce Development

    The Center for Workforce Development is offering a variety of courses during the month of September.

    Free Hospice Care Training Series

    Microsoft Office Courses

    Online Medical Coding
  • Columbia State Offers ACT Prep Courses

    Columbia State Offers ACT Prep Courses

    Columbia State Community College’s Center for Workforce Development is offering an ACT test prep course this fall for Middle Tennessee high school students who plan to take the required national college admissions exam this fall.

    Classes will meet one evening per week for five weeks. The course is fast-paced and covers the five areas of the ACT test: English, math, reading, science and writing. In addition, students will learn test-taking strategies and take practice tests. Fees are $140 per person, and each student will receive a prep guide on the first evening of class.

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  •  Breakfast Rotary Presents Scholarship Check to Foundation

    Breakfast Rotary Presents Scholarship Check to Foundation

    On Tuesday, Aug. 19, the Columbia Breakfast Rotary Club donated $1,000 to the Columbia State Community College Foundation in support of student scholarships.

    “We are glad Columbia Breakfast Rotary Club can provide these funds for student scholarships,” said Eddie Allred, CBRC president.

    Each year, the foundation awards the CBRC scholarship to a current full-time student in good standing who meets scholarship requirements and is a graduate of Maury County schools.

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  • Columbia State Announces Math Academy Winners

    Columbia State Announces Math Academy Winners

    Columbia State Community College’s Office of Access and Diversity recently announced the winners of the 2014 “Math for Life” Summer Math Academy, where approximately 100 sixth, seventh and eighth grade students participated in four-day events that took place at four campuses.

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  • Columbia State Announces 2014-15 Performance Series

    Columbia State Announces 2014-15 Performance Series

    Columbia State Community College announces its 2014-2015 First Farmers Performance Series season with some of the country’s best entertainers.

    October 2 - Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder
    November 6 - Evening in the Round with Linda Davis
    December 4 - Blue Sky Riders
    February 12 - Mac McAnally
    March 12 - Annie Moses Band
    April 23 - Columbia State Spring Musical

    Season ticket sales begin July 31 and individual tickets go on sale Aug. 19.

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  • Columbia State Breaks Ground on Williamson Campus

    Columbia State Breaks Ground on Williamson Campus

    Columbia State Community College faculty and staff, state and local officials, and community members gathered Friday, July 18 to celebrate the groundbreaking of the new Williamson Campus.

    Speakers for the event included Dr. Janet F. Smith, Columbia State president; John Morgan, chancellor of the Tennessee Board of Regents; Rogers Anderson, Williamson county mayor; Rep. Charles Sargent; and Dr. Ken Moore, Franklin mayor. Tom Lawrence of WAKM emceed the event.

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