The 27 Colleges of Applied Technology are the state’s premier providers of technical training for workers to obtain the technical skills and professional training necessary for advancement in today’s job market.
Welcome to the Tennessee Board of Regents
The 13 community colleges in the Tennessee Board of Regents system comprise all two-year public institutions in Tennessee. Each community college has a specific service area.
The Tennessee Board of Regents system includes six universities. Located throughout Tennessee, these institutions are focused on excellence in academic programming, research endeavors and public service initiatives.
From the Board
The Finance and Business Operations Committee of the Tennessee Board of Regents will meet at the TBR System Office in Nashville at 9:30 a.m. CDT on Thursday, May 7.
Four finalists have been named to the short list of candidates in line to become the next president of Chattanooga State Community College. Each will participate in campus forums and community receptions next week.
The finalists are
Interviews Week of April 27 for 4 Southwest Tennessee Community College President Search FinalistsThe finalists’ application materials are available to view on the Presidential/Executive Searches website at TBR.edu/Southwest2015. Detailed campus visit schedules will be posted on the website as soon as they are finalized.
Four finalists have been selected to possibly become the next president of Motlow State Community College. Each will participate in interviews, campus forums and community receptions next week.
Art students recently pitched their dreams for their work to a panel of judges instead of taking a traditional final at Tennessee Tech University.
Pellissippi State Community College students Carly Baskette and Petr Stephanovich Bulkhak were recognized for outstanding academic achievement as part of the 2015 All-Tennessee Academic Team.
$10,000 donation for the W.H. Swain Scholarship Endowment provides scholarships for adult students enrolled at Roane State Community College’s Scott County campus.
The recently completed program will help children and others to understand the effects of different human activities, including construction sites and farms.