While practicing social distancing and other health precautions, the MTSU Student Food Pantry continues to feed students in need. With a minimum of MTSU personnel..
MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee announced Wednesday, April 1, that May Commencement ceremonies have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic and also announced the..
Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show looks ahead to spring adventures with our April 2020 edition, featuring news of Financial..
Middle Tennessee State University’s Board of Trustees, which met Tuesday by teleconference due to COVID-19 virus concerns, approved two new undergraduate degree programs for the..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Melody Hicks Synopsis: Melody Hicks, a master’s degree candidate in criminal justice, helped conduct what is believed to be the first..
Middle Tennessee State University is supporting students who need technology assistance as the university finishes the semester with remote courses as a coronavirus outbreak precaution...
Nothing strikes fear into the heart of a diligent college student as much as needing writing guidance with a class deadline looming. The Margaret H...
Some MTSU nursing students are doing their part to help Tennesseans survive the coronavirus outbreak. About 25 MTSU students are helping to staff the Tennessee..
MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee announced Thursday, March 26, that an on-campus student has been confirmed as the first case of COVID-19 on campus. A..
An MTSU School of Agriculture mechanics class project that began last fall and ended earlier this year benefited Murfreesboro’s Greenhouse Ministries and, in turn, homeless..
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