Beginning with the Fall 2014 semester, Chattanooga State Community College began accepting high school freshmen into college-level classes along with their fellow sophomore, junior, and senior classmen.
Tennessee Tech University made the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for the fourth time in six years, and the number of students committed to volunteer service is higher than ever.
MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry is on an international list of acclaimed schools touted by The Hollywood Reporter that includes Juilliard, Berklee, Yale and even London’s Royal College of Music.
Tennessee State University Designated Certified Veterans Campus, as Students Form Association for Ex-Service Men and Women
Tennessee State University now has a variety of services specifically designed to help veterans succeed in college while transitioning from military life to civilian life.
The University has been designated a Certified Vets Campus, which designation comes on the heels of the formation of a TSU Student Veterans Association.
The publication announced its Best for Vets: Colleges 2015 rankings this week as the nation celebrates Veterans Day. In their fifth year, the rankings factor in a comprehensive school-by-school assessment of veteran and military students’ success rates.
The Grainger Tools for Tomorrow Scholarship supports technical education and promotes careers in technical areas of work. Grainger is an Illinois-based distributor of facilities maintenance supplies. Upon graduating, recipients also receive $2,500 worth of Grainger hand tools, each with a lifetime replacement guarantee.
TSU Business Incubation Center Builds Entrepreneurs Through Start-ups and Small Business Development
Three former college roommates, who dreamed up their moving business idea while still in school at TSU, only had a rented truck and the “grandiose” dream to build a successful moving company like no other. They have turned their three-man moving company into a thriving business with an expected revenue projection of $1.6 million by the end of the next business cycle.
The county will give $100,000 per year for 10 years. Commissioners voting in favor of the resolution cited the potential for economic and cultural benefits to the county and region as the reason for their support.
As Roane State Community College educators Jessica Fain and Bruce Cantrell pursue a world record for longest time spent living underwater, Fain has already made her mark.
Inside the newly named Liz and Creighton Rhea Atrium, a large crowd celebrated Middle Tennessee State University’s crown jewel — the new Science Building, considered the catalyst for a future in scientific endeavors.