Whether you need technology or transfer classes, plan to take them on campus or online, or need the academic resources to help you succeed in your educational goals, one thing is certain. You need Nashville State.
Nashville State offers a high quality, technical education as you prepare to enter the work force, or gives you a strong foundation as you plan to move on to a four-year school. Students earn Associate’s degrees and technical certificates in over 80 programs of study. Business and industry professional get short-term training and participate in continuing education through the Workforce and Community Development.
You can earn your degree and take your classes at any of Nashville State’s six campuses and Centers in Nashville, Clarksville, Dickson, Humphreys County, and Cookeville. Taking traditional, on-campus classes may not fit with your daily schedule. Nashville State has online and hybrid courses that can be taken from anywhere, on your time table.
Nashville State’s Mayfield Library facilitates learning and research for Nashville State students, staff, and faculty. It houses over 100,000 titles that are accessible through an online catalog. The Learning Center provides NSCC students free, drop-in academic assistance with courses in which they are currently enrolled at the college.
Check your satellite campus for open computer lab availability and hours.