Columbus State workshop brings cybersecurity curricula into Muscogee County schools.

A workshop at Columbus State University’s TSYS School of Computer Science is providing a select group of local teachers with the skills and knowledge...

Local educators meet for second E3 conference Monday at CSU

Building off a wildly successful year of partnerships, Columbus State University and the Muscogee County School District are taking their professional development efforts to...

Woodall’s GNETS Program reports 98 percent success rate from state

The Woodall Center's GNETS Program — a therapeutic program operated by the Muscogee County School District — has been recognized by the Georgia Department...

COLUMN: School security’s costly, but what’s the value of a child?

Less than 100 hours after 10 students were shot and killed at a high school in Texas, the Muscogee County School Board on Monday...

C-SPAN’s educational bus making two stops here on Thursday

C-SPAN’s state-of-the-art, 45-foot customized motor coach will be making two stops in Columbus on Thursday as part of a four-state tour designed to engage...

State honors Columbus High for its care of military students

Columbus High School is one of six schools across the state of Georgia that has been cited as a winner of the new Military...

Columbus Technical College holds job fair on Wednesday

Columbus Technical College students will get one-on-one time with area employers and community resource providers this Wednesday during a Career Expo & Community Resource...

Columbus State’s student newspaper wins prestigious national award

The Saber — Columbus State University’s student newspaper — has received its first Associated College Press Pacemaker Award. Out of 37 college newspapers that...

EXCLUSIVE: Police find no malice in Montravious’ injury but question his trip home in...

In a private internal memo obtained last week by All On Georgia, Columbus police Lt. Consuelo Askew explains why she did not push for...

Looking ahead to college, ninth graders will flood the campus of Columbus State

Hoping to prepare high school students for success in college, Columbus State University welcomes 900 local ninth-graders to campus on Tuesday as part of...