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Local and regional food and beverage artisans will gather once again for the annual Tennessee Flavors presented by Amazon on Tuesday, May 16, in the Student Services Building at the White Bridge campus of Nashville State Community College.
Nashville State Community College Student Success Veteran Advisor Presented with Tennessee Board of Regents Award
Dawne Moore, a retired U.S. Army Master Sergeant and current Nashville State Community College student success veteran advisor at the Clarksville campus, has been awarded a Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) Chancellor’s Commendation for Military...
Nashville State Community College Selected as an Education Partner for Amazon’s Career Choice Program
Amazon’s Career Choice program provides pre-paid tuition to learn new skills for career success at Amazon or elsewhere Nashville State Community College has been selected as an education partner for Amazon’s Career Choice program. This allows...
Bass, Berry & Sims, and GSRM Law Partner with Nashville State Community College Foundation to provide pro bono legal clinics for students.
Students pursuing a degree or technical certificate at Nashville State Community College who were formerly incarcerated have access to bridge scholarships and microgrants that will pay costs directly associated with attending college such as textbooks,...
Nashville State Community College welcomes Jonathan Beaty as director and Elizabeth Jerrolds as coordinator.
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.
Nashville State announced that UBS, the leading global wealth manager, has committed funding for two strategic grants, aimed at local programs focused on increasing access to college and supporting students while in school.
The Tennessee College Access and Success Network announced today that it was awarded a $299,575 grant from The Kresge Foundation to implement Nashville Flex.
The College’s Clarksville campus, through a generous donation by Kroger, has food and personal items available for students to order in-person or online.