Mark your calendars to attend events in early June in Philadelphia, south and central New Jersey, New York City and north Jersey and Albany.
Featuring a wide variety of music and food and fun, the Old Oak Festival will span across three days and have activities that everyone in the family can enjoy.
Four Tusculum students have been selected to present at the 2017 Southern Regional Honors Council Conference to be held in Asheville, North Carolina, March 30-April 1.
Dr. Nancy B. Moody, the first female to serve as president of Tusculum College, will continue to serve until December 31. She has served as president of Tusculum College since 2009.
Posted on 23 March 2017
Dollie Boyd, director of Museum Program and Studies of Tusculum, has been elected president-elect of the Tennessee Association of Museums. After a two-year term, she will become president of the statewide organization.
Posted on 14 March 2017
Nick Hatfield and Corey Neece accept a check along with Tusculum President Nancy B. Moody for $2,000 from Fishing League Worldwide. The money will be put into the Tusculum Fishing Club program. The financial gift came as a result of the team being one of the top 10 qualifiers at the February 25 YETI FLW College Fishing Southeastern Conference bass tournament on lake Guntersville. ['
Posted on 13 March 2017
The deadline for vendors to register to participate in the Tusculum Old Oak Festival is Friday, March 31.
There are limited spaces still available for artisan and crafter booths, and the deadline for reserving a booth is March 31, or until all spaces are filled. The Old Oak Festival returns to Tusculum campus April 21-23.
Posted on 10 March 2017
Students from the four county high schools were given information to help them prepare for the college application process during the annual College Summit at Tusculum on Friday, March 10.
Posted on 07 February 2017
Tusculum College has announced a new Master of Accountancy program beginning fall 2017, pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Graduates of the Master of Accountancy program have multiple career options including, but not limited to, forensic accounting, public accounting, auditing and compliance accounting, government accounting, and tax and payroll accounting.
Posted on 03 February 2017
There are still tickets remaining for the Tusculum College Pioneer Jazz Band Valentine’s Day Dinner/Swing Dance benefit on Tuesday, Feb. 14, at the General Morgan Inn. The reception begins at 6 p.m. and dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. The event includes dinner and a performance of the Pioneer Jazz Band, along with special guests. The [...]
Posted on 31 January 2017
Students in the Family Nurse Practitioner program celebrated a milestone with the official White Coat Ceremony. The white coats are bestowed to the students as they begin their clinical training. The cremony was held on Jan. 30, and the event was made possible through a generous gift from Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jessee.
Posted on 31 January 2017
Tusculum College has begun accepting applications for the new healthcare management degree program, which will begin fall 2017.
The Bachelor of Science in healthcare management is designed to prepare graduates for entry-level positions that manage day-to-day operations of healthcare organizations by giving them a firm foundation in the core disciplines of healthcare administration and management.
Posted on 30 January 2017
Tusculum College has announced two new programs to its academic catalog, the Master of Arts degree in education: talent development and the Bachelor of Arts degree in talent development.
Applications are being accepted now for both programs for the first semester of the programs, scheduled for fall 2017. The master’s program will be offered through the Graduate and Professional Studies program, while the bachelor’s degree program will be offered in both traditional and adult student programs.
Posted on 27 January 2017
A new program designed to improve the skills of area high school math and computer science teachers will kick-off at Tusculum College on Friday, Feb. 10.
This marks the first workshop of the Tusculum College Python TEAM2 Project and will include a full-day workshop for computer science and mathematics teachers from 20 area high schools who will spend the day in the new Ronald H. and Verna June Meen Center for Science and Math.