Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security contributes $2.2 million in new communications equipment to TBR colleges’ campus police
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security (TDOSHS) contributed $2.2 million in new state-of-the-art police radios and related equipment to Tennessee Board of Regents colleges’ campus police departments – a major improvement for the safety and security of our students and campus communities.
The new radios – one for each of the more than 200 campus police officers across TBR community and technical colleges – are part of a new partnership between TDOSHS and TBR - the College System of Tennessee to improve campus safety and security.
Tennessee College of Applied Technology Jacksboro earns VETS Campus certification for its services to help veterans succeed
Three finalists selected for next president of Cleveland State Community College. Public forums set for Feb. 13-15.
Three finalists selected for next president of Tennessee College of Applied Technology Harriman. Campus public interviews set for Jan. 31
Volunteer State Community College Presidential Search Advisory Committee appointed. Public forum set for Jan. 26.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is now available for Tennessee students, including recent changes to make it easier than ever to apply for financial aid to support a college education, the Tennessee Higher Education Commission announced today (Jan. 8, 2023).
Tennessee's community and technical colleges collected 128,039 food items and cash in their 25th Annual Food Drive Challenge
Students, faculty and staff at Tennessee’s public community and technical colleges collected and donated the equivalent of 128,039 food items during the College System of Tennessee’s 25th Annual Food Drive Challenge, which wrapped up last week. The food and cash donations collected during the six-week challenge go to campus food pantries for students and to local organizations, programs and food banks serving their communities.
Three finalists selected for next president of TCAT Henry/Carroll. Campus public interviews set for Jan. 9
Construction has begun on the new $45.4 million Bedford County Higher Education Center in Shelbyville, the Tennessee Board of Regents Office of Facilities Development announced today.
With a projected completion by late 2025, the center will be the new main campus of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Shelbyville. American Constructors Inc. of Brentwood was awarded the construction contract and Bauer Askew Architecture of Nashville is the project’s design firm.