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The Nashville State Community College Foundation is proud to announce the Mary Elizabeth Williams Endowed Scholarship.
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.
Nashville State Community College Selected as an Education Partner for Amazon’s Career Choice Program
Amazon’s Career Choice program provides pre-paid tuition to learn new skills for career success at Amazon or elsewhere Nashville State Community College has been selected as an education partner for Amazon’s Career Choice program. This allows...
Eligible employees of Middle Tennessee area Moe's – a locally owned and operated burrito joint – now have a $1,000 per year scholarship opportunity to assist with funding tuition, textbooks, supplies, or fees correlated to their associate degree...
Students pursuing a degree or technical certificate at Nashville State Community College who were formerly incarcerated have access to bridge scholarships and microgrants that will pay costs directly associated with attending college such as textbooks,...
Travis White came to Nashville State to change his career path and increase his earnings. Using the Tennessee Reconnect tuition assistance grant, White studied Electrical Engineering Technology.
The 2016 graduate of Nashville State’s Health Sciences program transferred to MTSU, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science (Kinesiology) and after a little time off is now pursuing her master’s degree in occupational therapy.
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.
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.”
“After talking with multiple faculty, I knew Nashville State could offer me the transition I needed in ensuring my road to success.”