Columbia State Response to the Coronavirus

Latest Message:


Application Deadline:

  • Full Term, 1st 10 weeks, 1st 7 weeks - January 7

Registration Deadline:

  • Full Term, 1st 10 weeks, 1st 7 weeks - January 11

For more information, visit our Academic Calendar

Visit our Spring Registration page for more information.

Visit the Get Started for Spring 2022 Virtual Online Learning Guide , Spring 2022 Resources and  coronavirus webpages for important information.

Spring Class Schedule

The spring course schedule will include several instructional formats: on-ground classes, live-streaming Desktop Video Conferencing (DVC) via Zoom, online, and hybrid. Check out our  Get Started for Spring 2022 page for more information regarding class formats.

Go to Course Delivery Information to learn more about how your class will meet this spring.
Campus Access Requirements for Students
Guidelines for accessing Columbia State campuses during the fall semester:
• Individuals are encouraged to take their temperature before coming on campus.
• Masks are encouraged in buildings.
• Are asked to practice and promote the expectations of the Responsible Charger Promise.
• Practice social distancing of at least 6 feet.

Review Campus Access guidelines.

Employees should follow the campus access procedures outlined on the COVID-19 Employee Resources tab in ChargerNet.
student with laptop Get Started for Fall 2021 Check out our plans for Fall 2021 which include several instructional formats, such as live-streaming, hybrid, online and a limited number of small-group, on-ground classes. Get Started
student studying with laptop Fall 2021 Resources Visit the Fall 2021 Resources page for important information such as Campus Access Protocol, Computer Lab Access, Free Tutoring and more. Summer/Fall Resources

Columbia State is disbursing emergency student assistance provided by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to eligible students. 

For more information about the application and awarding of the Emergency Student Grant, go to CARES Act Emergency Grant

Learn more about the CARES Act
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COVID-19 and Your Mental Health
The Tennessee Recovery Project provides free resource connection and emotional support to Tennessee residents impacted by COVID-19. The helpline is answered Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Learn more about Free and Confidential Help
wooden card catalog Archived Messages Click the link below to see previous Coronavirus messages. Archived Messages
three people with masks We're Back on Campus In-person assistance is available on all campuses Monday-Friday from 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Drop-in Days
hand writing on clear board Preparedness Plan In conjunction with guidance from the Community College System of Tennessee, this preparedness plan was developed. Preparedness Plan
Handwashing Tips
Help prevent the spread of illness by taking steps to protect yourself and others: wash your hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol; avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth; avoid close contact with people who are sick.
Frequently Asked Questions
For questions concerning the college during the COVID-19 pandemic, please see our FAQ page.
FAQ Page
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