NEH Pilot Grant - Columbus College Proposal for a Three-Quarter Sequence of Interdisciplinary Humanities Courses for General Students

  • Virginia White
Part of the Nonprofit Management and Finance book series (NOMA)


Columbus College, begun in 1958, achieved senior status in the University System of Georgia in 1965. It has grown to a size of 5500 students, primarily out of an urban community interest in an institution which can provide a comprehensive education beyond the limits of the traditional two-year community college. Its philosophy is essentially practical if not technical, and the student body tends to seek out majors in professional and pre-professional disciplines such as Education, Business Administration, and Criminal Justice, more than in the liberal arts. The Humanities Division, while sponsoring about eighty majors, acts primarily as a service unit for other academic divisions.


Columbus College Program Faculty Creative Writing Interdisciplinary Program Guest Lecturer 
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