Volunteer State Community College is set up in 1971 situated in Gallatin, Tennessee, United States. The leader of the school is Dr. Jerry Faulkner. Volunteer State has five divisions Health Sciences, Humanities, Business and Technology, Social Science and Education, and Math and Science. The College is authorize by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to grant the partner of expressions, partner of science, partner of connected science, partner of science in instructing and partner of expressive arts degrees. Volunteer State at Livingston is a full administration degree-allowing area of Volunteer State Community College. It highlights 15 classrooms with the most recent showing innovation; ITV intelligent TV classroom, science-science lab, PC lab, library, 18 personnel workplaces, organization workplaces, outside and indoor review territories. A few of the classrooms are set up for Allied Health classes. The athletic groups at Volunteer State Community College incorporate Baseball, Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, and Women's Fast Pitch Softball. The intercollegiate groups have been profoundly effective and broadly positioned. The Volunteer State Softball group won the TCCAA Region 7 Championship in 2011.