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Jonathan and Gwendolyn Greer are first-year culinary students who have not been in school since the 1980s.
Nashville State Community College Clarksville campus recently celebrated its first Teacher Residency Program cohort of students to graduate.
Collaborative Launched to Expand Law Enforcement Career Exploration and Education Pathways for Students
The Tennessee Board of Regents, Mayor John Cooper, Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, Metro Nashville Public Schools, and Nashville State Community College today announced a partnership to increase student interest in law enforcement careers...
Cumberland University, Nashville State Community College Create Transfer Pathway for Business Students
Cumberland University and Nashville State Community College announced today a newly-established transfer pathway that allows Nashville State business students to transfer up to 70 credit hours to Cumberland University.
At the encouragement of friends who had attended Nashville State, he enrolled.
“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...
Programs in the Business, Management, and Hospitality Division at Nashville State Community College recently received reaccreditation and accreditation.
The Cane Ridge High School graduate and member of the National Honors Society, applied to and was accepted into several local 4-year universities, “but being the first in my family to attend college honestly really intimidated me.”
Sara Thaher, a graduate of Hillsboro High School, an International Baccalaureate World School, in the Marketing Pathway, is working toward her associate degree in Management at Nashville State.