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Columbia State Community College Foundation

Formed in 1971 as an institutionally related, yet independently chartered 501(c)(3), we support and partner with the college to positively impact student success and our communities.

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Supporting Columbia State

Discover different ways you can help students as well as how to donate.  
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Supporters and Recognition

These individuals and organizations have been recognized for their support of higher education. We love to thank and recognize donors  for their commitment.
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Board Members

Discover the men and women who are Foundation Board Members dedicated to pursuing the best for Columbia State Community College.

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Read the Mission, Vision & Values to see what governs the Foundation in its pursuit of the highest standards. Read more about our Foundation Bylaws.

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First Farmers Performance Series

The Performance Series brings diverse and engaging lineups of musical and theatrical entertainment. The Series is made possible through a generous and long-standing commitment with its naming sponsor, First Farmers and Merchants Bank, and long standing loyal Performance Series patrons.
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Pryor Art Gallery

The Pryor Art Gallery delights in bringing a wide range of art forms to the gallery exhibits. From traditional oil and watercolors to sculptures to photography, to folk art forms and digital art, the Gallery brings fine art to Columbia. Admission to the gallery is free.

 
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