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Three students from Nashville State Community College’s Visual Communications program took home seven American Advertising Awards (ADDYs) during a recent local competition among several universities and colleges.
Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) and Nashville State Community College (NSCC) announced today they are strengthening their partnership in an unprecedented new joint venture to create even greater outcomes and opportunities for Nashville students...
Nashville State President Selected for Aspen Institute's New Presidents Fellowship for Community College Excellence
New leaders of colleges educating a half-million students tapped to participate in comprehensive program to advance student success.
To celebrate Nashville State Community College’s golden anniversary, it has created and released a commemorative logo, with the tagline “Building Bridges, Changing Lives.”
A $10,000 financial gift from Information Systems Security Association’s (ISSA) Middle Tennessee Chapter has been given to Nashville State.
Dr. Shanna L. Jackson has announced the hire of longtime communications professional Tom Hayden to lead Nashville State’s new public information and marketing department.
On Friday, September 20, the College was infected with a computer virus that compromised several of our servers. Our Technology Services Division immediately implemented our Cyber Incident Response Plan, and has been working tirelessly to restore...
The Tennessee Titans celebrated their inaugural “We Stand For” campaign luncheon where the Nashville State Community College Foundation was awarded a $50,000 grant in support of the Nashville GRAD program.
Today, the Nashville State Community College Foundation announced their 2019-2020 Board of Trustees. Beginning a three-year term, Greg Martz, Dr. Richard Rhoda, Deb Varallo, and Robert Sherill will join nineteen other board members.
Mayor David Briley announced today that a total of $450,000 in private sector donations have been given to the Nashville GRAD scholarship program to date, beating the program’s original fundraising goal of $300,000 by far.