Whether you are a high school graduate attending college for the first time or a seasoned professional needing to update job skills, one thing is certain. You need Nashville State.

First Steps

Applying for admission is the first step to attending Nashville State. You can tour our campuses that are located throughout middle Tennessee and talk to an advisor as you pursue your educational goals. Our new student orientations provide a good start to your college experience.

Checklist for Attending Nashville State

Costs and Services
Nashville State has an affordable tuition. We offer financial aid to those who qualify. There are high school programs, Veterans’ benefits, ESL studies, and disability services available.

Programs of Study
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. For complete information, please see Degrees and Certificates or the NSCC Catalog and click Programs of Study.

Nashville State has locations in Southeast Nashville, Clarksville, Cookeville, Dickson, and Humphreys County. On the main campus, Nashville State’s Student Services Center houses Admissions, Financial Aid, and other student services offices. The Student Services Center can be accessed from the back of the campus.

On the satellite campuses, go to the main offices or reception areas for assistance.

Dual Admissions

Nashville State has partnered with surrounding universities to offer Dual Admission programs. The purpose of the Dual Admission program is to offer a structured, guaranteed pathway for progressing from an Associate’s degree directly to a Bachelor’s degree. Students get personal contact with advisors at both institutions during the program.

Participating Universities:
Austin Peay State University
Lipscomb University
Middle Tennessee State University
Tennessee State University

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