Since the COVID-19 pandemic began in the spring, MTSU faculty, staff, and students have been finding new ways to teach and learn. Dr. Ryan Korstange,..
With many classes being taught in a hybrid, online or remote environment because of COVID-19, many people are finding this unique semester a little more..
An adult learner who came back to MTSU to finish his bachelor’s degree after almost two decades is climbing the ladder at one of the..
Every parent of a high school student knows that college visits can play a pivotal role in shaping their child’s future. Phil Roberts, a 54-year-old..
MTSU’s University College recently recognized several winners at its inaugural awards program. The University College’s award recipients were nominated by their peers in the MTSU..
With social distancing guidelines still in place at Middle Tennessee State University and beyond, faculty and staff are using technology to their outreach advantage. Beginning..
When Middle Tennessee State University leadership decided to finish the Spring semester with remote learning, many faculty members worked long hours to ensure their students..
Michelle Bradley started college as a 30-year-old adult student, but raising young children took precedent over her studies. Now, 10 years later, Bradley is back..
TULLAHOMA, Tenn. — Tullahoma-area residents who attended an informational event organized by MTSU’s University College are a few steps closer to finishing their degree. At the Finish Your..
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