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.
Tennessee State University is a campus that is filled with opportunity and chances to change your life. The atmosphere is a family oriented, and a welcoming vibe for new students. The staff care about you as if you were their own.
Kiara from Ellenwood, GA
Tennessee State University is a comfortable environment were students can interact and share a bond with each other. They are committed to excellence that mold you into taking on responsibility to achieve your goals in life.