Founded in 1851, Carson-Newman University is a liberal arts institution associated with the Tennessee Baptist Convention and located in Jefferson City, Tennessee. Carson-Newman runs the Bonner Center, which promotes justice, social change, and faith, as well as an honors program for gifted students that features team-oriented multidisciplinary classes and travel to regional cultural events. Favored majors include nursing, elementary education, and religious studies. Admissions are rated as “selective.”
It's a full-blown University of Christians, yet with an open liberal arts understanding and atmosphere with a true affection of caring for each student. Every professor can remember the students name and can become his or her mentor. It's a college with a friendly staff and student body.
Muchael from Oliver Springs, TN
Carson-Newman is a place where students are not a number; they are part of the family. It is small, so students have the opportunity to become really involved in campus life and in classes.