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Dalton West came to Nashville State with a bachelor’s, but needed additional instruction so he could apply for physical therapy school.
Every spring semester, Nashville State students in the Multimedia Practicum class work with a client on their end-of-the-year project. The Multimedia program is one of three concentrations offered in the Visual Communications’ two-year Associate...
The English, Humanities, and Creative Technologies Division at Nashville State Community College has a new dean. Dr. Michael Sundblad, former dean of Liberal Arts, Business, and Information Technology at Lewis and Clark Community College in Godfrey,...
Adele Miller has a sincere desire to help others. A combination of her upbringing and own experiences in life have shaped Adele’s outlook on life.
$34,080,000 for the renovation and expansion of Nashville State Community College’s Clarksville campus, creating a community-based Center for Higher Education, was appropriated in the recently approved state budget for the fiscal year 2022-23....
At Nashville State, Kimberly was able to complete her prerequisites at an affordable cost. She would go to her full-time job during the day and attend night courses, while trying to create a schedule that would still allow time with her growing family....
Nashville State unveiled its long-anticipated North Davidson campus in Madison during a ribbon-cutting ceremony. This is Nashville State’s fourth campus in Davidson County. The community and dignitaries from the Madison community were invited to...
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.
“I have always been a good student and the plan was to go college, but having children pushed it to the side,” she recently said.
Randy Rayburn School of Culinary Arts at Nashville State Earns American Culinary Federation Accreditation
The Randy Rayburn School of Culinary Arts at Nashville State Community College, located in the Southeast campus in Antioch, has received a four-year accreditation of its Associate Degree in Culinary Arts from the American Culinary Federation Education...