Columbia State along with other Tennessee Board of Regents institutions, participates in online course offerings through TN eCampus. The online education offered through TN eCampus mirrors the same education offered at the physical campus locations. All campuses in the partnership are regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC You can learn more about TNeCampus classes, including the academic calendar, support services, contact information and more at TNeCampus.org. Students can be enrolled in TN eCampus and traditionally structured classes at the same time; however, TN eCampus courses have an additional per-credit-hour fee in addition of Columbia State course fees. TNeCampus courses are entirely asynchronous, which means there is never a day or time requirement to meet. Instead, these classes offers 24/7 flexibility to fit into students’ busy schedules. Also, courses are completely transferable among all the participating institutions. All TN eCampus courses are accessed through D2L, a start-of-the-art, yet user-friendly online learning management system (LMS). Before the semester starts, take some time to become acquainted with D2L features and tools that you'll be using on a regular basis. Online learning requires that you possess certain skills, behavior, study habits, computer equipment, and discipline in order to be successful. Please note that in order to take TNeCampus courses via Columbia State, you will need to complete the admissions process and become an enrolled student here. More information on those steps is located at the Columbia State website: columbiastate.edu/admissions, email email@example.com or call: 931-540-2790 for details.
For more information, visit tnecampus.org or contact our TN eCampus student liaison located in Warf 128 on the Columbia Campus 7:45 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. Monday - Friday or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view the most current TN eCampus courses offered via Columbia State, check the dynamic schedule and select “TNeCampus” as the Instructional Method.