Columbia State Students Spend Summer Abroad
Thirty-eight Columbia State students spent the summer with the world as their classroom, participating in a study abroad program provided by the Tennessee Consortium for International Studies.
Participants learned from Columbia State professors, as well as other Tennessee Board of Regents institutions. Students also earned college credit-all the while soaking in the culture and camaraderie of a foreign land. This summer, students traveled to multiple international destinations, including Galapagos Islands, England, India, South Africa and Greece.