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 as successful as you:

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

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Prepare for the workforce.

Enroll in degree and certificate classes in programs that reflect the workforce demands of the region. Some career paths include:

Transfer to a university after you graduate.

Pursue any one of our Tennessee Transfer Pathways degrees, which transfer seamlessly to MTSU, Tennessee Tech, APSU, and other four-year universities. Degrees include:

Learn while on the job.

Apply to one of Nashville State's apprenticeship programs and get a hands-on learning experience.


Southeast Campus
5248 Hickory Hollow Pkwy.
Antioch, TN 37013

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For Admissions and Records appointments, contact:

Renee Johnston: Email Renee.Johnston@nscc.ed.

Register for New Student Orientation or Student Tours

Schedule a registration appointment.

For Bursar (Student Accounts) appointments, contact:

Email or call 615-353-3310.

For Financial Aid appointments, contact:

For Testing appointments:

Please note: Testing on all campuses requires an appointment. Students must register a minimum of two business days in advance.

The Southeast Testing Center is available to answer questions by emailing

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)