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Southeast Campus

Southeast Campus

Take college classes in Southeast Davidson County.

Reach your educational goals at Nashville State’s Southeast Campus. Take general education core classes leading to Nashville State degrees, and fulfill Tennessee Transfer Pathway requirements for easy transfer to four-year universities after you graduate. Prepare for the workforce with programs and classes in high-demand fields like culinary arts, accounting, and criminal justice. Make your college experience a success as you:

  • Attend smaller classes.
  • Learn from expert faculty.
  • Get helpful student services.
  • Pay lower tuition for more affordable education.
  • Qualify for financial aid.

Student Resource Manager

It is understandable that issues outside the classroom can severely impact a student's success within the classroom. In an effort to ensure student success, the Nashville State Student Success Center now offers students non-academic assistance. A Student Resource Manager is available at the Southeast Campus to assist students with:

  • Housing
  • Childcare
  • Transportation
  • Food Insecurity
  • Healthcare
  • Mental Health
  • Wellness
  • Personal Finances
  • And More

If you need assistance, contact:
April Robinson, MSSW
Student Resource Manager
Southeast Campus, Room 1005


Southeast Campus
5248 Hickory Hollow Pkwy.
Antioch, TN 37013

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For Admissions and Records appointments, contact:

Renee Johnston: Email or schedule online.

For Bursar (Student Accounts) appointments, contact:

Delphia Green: Email or schedule online.

For Financial Aid appointments, contact:

For Computer Lab appointments:

Call 615-916-5865 or schedule online.

For Testing appointments:

Call 615-916-5854 or email

Student Success Advisors:

Student WiFi Zones

Nashville State students have access to WiFi in the designated parking areas outside of campus (there are signs in the designated areas)