A team of Tusculum students earned national recognition for their efforts to educate their fellow students about the national debt.
The Old Oak Festival will feature something for everyone - crafts, music, art shows, theater, children’s activities, festival food and much, much more.
Summer offerings include a variety of courses in education, business and general studies and allow students to get ahead in their degree program or take a core course they need.
Students have made significant contributions to the latest updates to the Paul E. Hayden Education Wetland on campus.
Posted on 02 May 2016
Heritage Home Scholars will host a regional home-school conference at Tusculum College on Monday, May 16, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The goal of the day is to promote college readiness and provide valuable information to current and prospective homeschoolers. There will be a variety of home-school related vendors, including education materials and textbooks. [...]
Posted on 27 April 2016
Tusculum student Matt Pierce has been awarded a research fellowship for his achievements in the Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program at East Tennessee State University. Pierce, a senior creative writing and political science major from Elizabethton, served as a McNair scholar this past summer, and having completed the program, applied and received the [...]
Posted on 25 April 2016
Tusculum College student Jennie Frost has received a scholarship to attend a creative writing workshop in Auvillar, France. Frost will leave in mid-May to attend the Auvillar Writers’ Workshop. She was introduced to the workshop through Marilyn Kallet, the director of creative writing at the University of Tennessee, who suggested she apply. Frost’s scholarship entry [...]
Posted on 22 April 2016
Tusculum student Amy Hodge was recently received the Lifelong Learner Award from the East Tennessee College Alliance. The Alliance hosted the annual Lifelong Learning awards ceremony and luncheon at the Foundry on the World’s Fair Site in Knoxville.
Posted on 15 April 2016
On Wednesday, April 13, 29 biology/service-learning students from Tusculum College participated in a stream clean-up of College Creek and the Paul E. Hayden Educational Wetland. The Hayden Wetland is a man-made, stormwater wetland that filters out nutrients and pollutants, catches stormwater runoff and litter and helps clean the water before it goes into College Creek. [...]
Posted on 14 April 2016
Tusculum College’s nursing program has been awarded a $116,159 grant from the BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Health Foundation for expansion of the nursing simulation lab.
Posted on 12 April 2016
The Old Oak Festival will return this weekend to the Tusculum College campus April 15-17, featuring crafts, music, art shows, theater, children’s activities, festival food and more. Music headliners include Fiddlin’ Carson Peters, just off his appearance on the “Steve Harvey Show.” Peters will play twice on Saturday, at the Doak House Museum at 11 [...]
Posted on 07 April 2016
“They Don’t Make ‘em Anymore: Those Fabulous Cars of the Fifties” will be presented by Librarian Charles Tunstall on Tuesday, April 26, at 6 p.m. in the Thomas J. Garland Library. The event will include a presentation and discussion of the American automobile industry during the 1950s. Through a series of slides and commentary, the [...]
Posted on 07 April 2016
On Tuesday, April 5, 2016, three service-learning students from Tusculum College conducted a student-led wetland tour of the Paul E. Hayden Educational Wetland on the Greeneville campus, under the direction of the Middle Nolichucky Watershed Alliance. Samantha Cochran, Chris Hutson, and Preston Tucker provided attendees with information on stormwater wetlands, history of the on-campus wetland, [...]
Posted on 04 April 2016
The Old Oak Festival will return to Tusculum College campus April 15-17, featuring crafts, music, art shows, theater, kids activities, festival food and much, much more.
As part of the entertainment, Old Oak attendees will have the opportunity to see GLAWPIGT (Great Literature Alive & Well, Playing In Greeneville, Tennessee) as they present a one-hour showcase during each day of the Festival. Show times are Friday, April 15, at 7 p.m., Saturday, April 16, at 2 p.m. and Sunday, April 17, at 2 p.m.