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Belmont University and Nashville State Announce Transfer Connection Scholarship Program for Graduating Nashville State Students
The newly created Bridges to Belmont – Nashville State Transfer Connection program will provide five graduating Nashville State students with a $15,000 scholarship toward a bachelor's degree from Belmont University.
Metro Nashville Public Schools and Nashville State announced that Glencliff High School will have an Early College program beginning fall 2024.
Celebrate Nashville State Community College’s Class of 2023 as Nashville Predators CEO, President, and Alternate Governor Sean Henry delivers its commencement address.
During the recent 58th annual American Advertising Federation Nashville Awards ceremony at Ascend Amphitheater, it was announced that nine Nashville State Community College Visual Communications A.A.S. students won a total of 12 student awards. This...
Nashville State Community College and Herzing University in Nashville have established a transfer pathway that allows graduates of the College’s Nursing A.A.S. degree program to be eligible for application for junior-grade level standing in the...
Nashville State, BGSF Partner to Launch Darrell Freeman Fellowship for Information Technology-Focused Students
The Darrell Freeman Fellowship at Nashville State Community College, in partnership with and financially supported by BGSF, will educate and support students who want to successfully enter the Information Technology field upon graduating with an...
Nashville State Community College has a new home in Dickson for at least the next three years, while it works to find a long-term solution for a permanent campus location.
“I lived the majority of my childhood being told I would never achieve anything,” said Nashville State Nursing student Elizabeth Arevalo, a New Jersey native.
Nashville State Community College’s Nursing program has a new director. Elizabeth Youngblood, RN, WHNP, BC, CNE, Ed.D., is leading the highly-respected associate degree-level program.