With two campuses in Nashville, Tennessee State University is the only state-funded Historically Black College and University in the state of Tennessee and part of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. TSU grants bachelor’s and graduate degrees in 77 academic fields of study. Every year, TSU celebrates its HBCU legacy through the university’s annual Founder’s Day Convocation. During the spring, undergraduates are invited to take part in the annual Tennessee State University-Wide Research Symposium to learn about having their research evaluated by faculty and professionals.
TSU is an great school, full of educational opportunities, networking, and fun. You will become apart of the family. It is vital to stay on top of your work and paperwork at Tennessee State University.
Mikayla Austin from Cincinnati, OH
Tennessee State University is truly a school for everyone. My experiences so far have been amazing and I haven't regretted a single one of them. If you're interested in a beautiful school with great and involved teachers, friendly students and faculty, and plenty of school spirit; TSU is the school for you. GO BIG BLUE!