Tennessee State University
Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University has grown dramatically from a small college to two campuses: the 500-acre main campus and the downtown Avon Williams campus, which is located in the heart of Nashville near the State Capitol. The diverse student population of more than 9,000 represents 46 states and 45 countries. TSU has been listed for 11 consecutive years in the U.S. News & World Report “Guide to America’s Best Colleges.”
Tennessee State University is a comprehensive, urban, coeducational land-grant university offering 45 bachelor’s degrees and 24 master degrees. Doctoral programs include biological sciences, psychology, public administration, computer information systems engineering, administration and supervision and curriculum and instruction.
Tennessee State competes in Division I of the NCAA with the exception of men's football (I-AA). Programs are available for men in basketball, football, golf, tennis and track and field. Programs are available for women in basketball, softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball. Take a look at TSU's profile or TSU's website.