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Columbia State Community College is a two-year college serving a nine-county area in southern Middle Tennessee with five campuses, including Columbia, Williamson, Lawrence, Lewisburg and Clifton. Columbia State was established in 1966 as Tennessee's fi...
Columbia State Community College announces Tamar Day of Spring Hill as one of 525 students named to the Dean's List for earning academic honors this spring. "As a tradition in higher education, th...Spring 2018
Columbia State Community College named Tamar Day of Spring Hill as one of 580 students on the dean's list for fall 2017. "The dean's list is a tradition in higher education to recognize scholarly ...Fall 2017
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Awards & Recognition
The Columbia State Community College Support Staff Council's "Chili/Soup Luncheon" fall fundraiser raised enough funds to award three student scholarships. Sixty-four students submitted scholarship essays as part of the application process which were judged by the Support Staff Council members. Other scholarship requirements required included that students were currently enrolled and attending Columbia State, have a 2.0 GPA or higher and an up-to-date and completed FAFSA. "It was an honor to lead the committee this year and be part of this project," said Kellie Gwin, Columbia State Enrollment Services processing clerk and support staff council chair. "The council had a tough time selecting the winners from this year's application pool." Scholarship winners, Sarah Houston (Franklin); Tamar Day (Spring Hill); and Christopher "Chase" Beard (Lawrenceburg) were appreciative of the $400 scholarship and all said that the funds will help pay for textbooks and other course fees.Fall 2017
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In the News
...larship recipients, from left are Sarah Houston (Franklin); Tamar Day (Spring Hill); and Christopher "Chase" Beard (Lawrenceburg). ... Read the full storyWinter 2017-2018Added by Columbia State Community College