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Randy Rayburn School of Culinary Arts at Nashville State Earns American Culinary Federation Accreditation
The Randy Rayburn School of Culinary Arts at Nashville State Community College, located in the Southeast campus in Antioch, has received a four-year accreditation of its Associate Degree in Culinary Arts from the American Culinary Federation Education...
Four students from Nashville State Community College’s Visual Communications program took home five prestigious American Advertising Awards (ADDYs) in four categories during a local competition among several universities and colleges.
Through this statewide initiative, technical training and education mapped to in-demand skills will be available from participating public community and technical colleges across Tennessee.
To create more pathways into a good-paying job or to continue education after graduating, Nashville State's Humphreys County campus is now offering Waverly Central High School students a new dual enrollment opportunity.
Ayline Carachure-Delgado, who earned an Associate of Science in General Studies, University Parallel, is the latest graduate to receive an MTSU Blue Raider Scholarship.
Programs in the Business, Management, and Hospitality Division at Nashville State Community College recently received reaccreditation and accreditation.
The CEO of the Nashville Business Incubation Center says she wouldn’t be where she is today if it weren’t for Nashville State.
The Cane Ridge High School graduate and member of the National Honors Society, applied to and was accepted into several local 4-year universities, “but being the first in my family to attend college honestly really intimidated me.”
From her native West African country of Ghana to Nashville, Cecilia Nartey is leaving her mark through service to others and an optimistic attitude that challenges the sun’s brightness.
Nashville State announced that UBS, the leading global wealth manager, has committed funding for two strategic grants, aimed at local programs focused on increasing access to college and supporting students while in school.