Columbia State Community College
Rendering of the Arts and Technology building

Community college in Tennessee breaks ground on Arts and Technology building

Aug. 12, 2021
Columbia State Community College is expanding its Williamson County campus in Franklin, Tenn.

Columbia State Community College has broken ground on an Arts and Technology building on its Williamson campus in Franklin, Tenn. 

The new structure will be the first expansion on the campus since the original three buildings opened in 2016 in Franklin, reports the Columbia Daily Herald

The 41,000-square-foot building will house classrooms, labs and a student engagement space for existing and new workforce-oriented programs. 

The facility will offer programs in information technology, networking, cyber defense, data analytics, art and graphic design. 

It also will host a licensed practical nursing program in partnership with the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Dickson campus.

Plans call for the building to have a 150-seat flexible instructional space with theater-style seating and a small stage.

The college plans to open the building in spring 2023.

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