MTSU will briefly test its campus emergency alert system Wednesday, Oct. 28, with a special message for the university’s 25,000-plus registered users via email, text..
MTSU police officers recently received advanced medical training on campus as part of the department’s ongoing efforts to be better prepared for emergency response. Administered..
For the MTSU Police Department’s K-9 handler and patrol specialist Zachery Brooker, the “loyalty” he receives from his K-9, Bobby, “can’t be compared.” This month marks the..
MTSU will briefly test its campus emergency alert system Wednesday, June 24, with a special message for the university’s 24,800-plus registered users via email, text..
While performing their regular jobs, MTSU faculty and staff continue to share their expertise with news media outlets during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recent topics include..
MTSU Police officers will begin using “cruise lights” while on patrol, beginning Tuesday, April 14. The lights will be solid (non-flashing) blue mounted to the..
The MTSU Police Department is offering more free sessions of its practical self-defense course this spring to help women across the campus community boost their..
MTSU will briefly test its emergency alert system Wednesday, Feb. 26, with a special message for the university’s 25,000-plus registered users via email, text, automated..
MTSU faculty and staff experts expressed themselves recently on a wide variety of current and ongoing issues, including stay-at-home moms, the flu, Facebook, China, entrepreneurship,..
True Blue Secret Santas are once again needed for this year’s MTSU Little Raiders gift-giving campaign. This collaborative effort to assist children in need this holiday season..
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