Parents and relatives invited to campus for Family Weekend 2017
More than 700 put in day of service as part of ‘Nettie Day’
Dr. James Hurley named 28th president of Tusculum College
2017-18 Acts, Arts, Academia series to feature a variety of stage and musical performances
Tusculum Alumni Night at the Astros scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 22

Nicole Rader named to alumni position at Tusculum College

Posted on 20 September 2017

Nicole Rader has been named director of alumni engagement for Tusculum College. Rader, a 2017 graduate of Tusculum College, began serving in this new capacity on Aug. 28. She comes to Tusculum having served as the resource development coordinator and webmaster for Holston United Methodist Home for Children, also in Greeneville. While at Holston Home, [...]
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Tusculum College “Rocks the Vote”

Posted on 19 September 2017

As a Civic Arts institution, Tusculum College’s mission is to engage the community and to encourage students to become engaged citizens of the world. To support this mission, the Tusculum College Rock the Vote event will provide avenues for students and members of the community to register to vote. The event will be held on September 18-21.
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Tusculum College nursing program officials pleased with accreditation visit

Posted on 19 September 2017

Three representatives of the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education visited the Tusculum College campus on Monday, Sept. 11, to conduct an on-site visit of the graduate programs in nursing – the Master of Science in nursing and the post master’s degree certificate in nursing.
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Tusculum College’s Center for Civic Advancement and Tusculum View Elementary School form partnership

Posted on 15 September 2017

Providing resources, programs and support are the focus points of a partnership agreement signed by Tusculum College’s Center for Civic Advancement and Tusculum View Elementary School. The partnership agreement became official on Friday, Sept. 15, at a signing ceremony at Tusculum View Elementary School.  The agreement was established for one year, after which time it [...]
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Tusculum’s Doak House Museum to host Fennel Harvest Party

Posted on 15 September 2017

Tusculum College’s Doak House Museum will be hosting a Fennel Harvest Party free to the community on Friday, Sept. 22.
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Tusculum College grant available for high school dual enrollment program

Posted on 12 September 2017

Students who have already taken or who will complete two dual enrollment courses through Tusculum College are now eligible for additional financial assistance of up to $400 with the help of the Tusculum Access Grant offered through the college.
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Tusculum College sees record-breaking year with new students

Posted on 08 September 2017

Tusculum College reached a historic milestone with the entrance of its 2017-2018 residential student class, with 405 new students, an increase of 7.1 percent over the 2016-2017 academic year new student enrollment. This is also the highest number in recorded history for an entering class.
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Tusculum College, Appalachian Community Federal Credit Union strengthening partnership with installation of virtual teller machine on campus

Posted on 05 September 2017

Tusculum College and Appalachian Community Federal Credit Union continue to strengthen their partnership with the installation of a virtual teller machine on the Greeneville campus. The virtual teller machine was unveiled during a ceremony Tuesday by officials from Tusculum and ACFCU. The partnership between the college and ACFCU began last fall and initially focused on [...]
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Two new department chairs named

Posted on 22 August 2017

Two new department chairs have been named in the Tusculum College School of Arts and Sciences beginning with the 2017-2018 academic year. Dr. Debra McGinn has been appointed Chair of the Department of Natural Sciences, and Professor Shannon Brewer has been appointed chair of the Department of Mathematics.
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Tusculum to be host site for interfaith storytelling program

Posted on 18 August 2017

Tusculum College will be a host site for Appalachian Storybridge to Peace’s Interfaith Conference and Workshop on Friday, Sept. 15. The Tusculum event will feature Muslim storyteller Arif Choudhury and Jewish storyteller Noa Baum and will be held in the Behan Arena Theatre in the Annie Hogan Fine Arts Building on the Greeneville campus from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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