The finishing touches are underway on the construction of the Ronald H. and Verna June Meen Center for Science and Math.
For the seventh year in a row, Tusculum College has been named to the Military Friendly Schools® list.
Certified-IRS volunteers at Tusculum College will be available to provide income tax assistance through Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
Posted on 07 December 2016
Prescription eyeglasses, reading glasses and financial donations are being collected at Tusculum College to support a mission trip to Cambodia through the Asia’s Hope organization.
Posted on 06 December 2016
LeAnne Anderson has been promoted to district director of community supervision with the Tennessee Department of Correction. Additionally, she was selected to be one of six representatives from TDOC to be part of LEAD TN in 2017.
Posted on 01 December 2016
At the November 21 meeting of the Greene County Heritage Trust, Museums of Tusculum Director Dollie Boyd accepted a copy of “Civil War Soldiers of Greene County, Tennessee: Vol. I,” a Civil War Sesquicentennial project of the Greene County Genealogical Society. The book was donated to the Tusculum College Library by the Heritage Trust. Its inclusion [...]
Posted on 16 November 2016
Dr. Paul Pinckley has been named vice president of enrollment management and marketing for Tusculum College effective January 1, 2017. He will also serve as assistant professor of education. Dr. Pinckley comes to Tusculum with experience in marketing, fundraising, strategic planning and working with students through the enrollment process. Most recently he has served the [...]
Posted on 11 November 2016
Tusculum College has received a $74,991 grant from the Tennessee Higher Education Commission to fund a regional educational effort to improve skills of high school mathematics and computer science teachers. The grant will be used to fund the Tusculum College Python TEAM2 project, which is designed to enhance the content knowledge, pedagogical skills and pedagogical [...]
Posted on 08 November 2016
Dr. Ron May, vice president of academic affairs at Tusculum College and a 1968 graduate, will be the speaker at Tusculum College’s winter commencement exercises on Saturday, Dec. 10.
Posted on 04 November 2016
Making sure students have access to affordable health insurance is the primary focus of Tusculum College’s participation in the White House Healthy Campus Challenge.
The Healthy Campus Challenge aims to engage college and university campuses, and in particular community college campuses, across the country in enrollment efforts of the Affordable Health Care Act.
Posted on 03 November 2016
Finishing college and heading into the world of work is a different experience for each of Tusculum’s alumni, but for many, such as Kristen Lane ’14, the transition was organic in its development and in her continued work with Tusculum College’s environmental science program. Lane, currently serves as an AmeriCorps intern for the Middle Nolichucky [...]
Posted on 03 November 2016
Kim Kidwell has been named director of the Tusculum Fund at Tusculum College. She will assume her new duties on Dec. 1.
Kidwell joined Tusculum College in 2007. Her office is located in McCormick Hall on the Greeneville campus. As director of the Tusculum Fund, Kidwell will be responsible for planning, execution and oversight of the college’s annual fund. She will be responsible for identifying, cultivating and soliciting prospective donors for various campaigns that provide funding support for the institution.
Posted on 02 November 2016
Fans of the Tusculum Pioneers and Carson-Newman Eagles can support their team while aiding the East Tennessee Medic Regional Blood Center by participating in the 14th annual Blood Drive Bowl next week. The event is part of the festivities leading up to the Nov. 12th football game between the Pioneers and Eagles, which kicks off [...]