Middle Tennessee State University’s Board of Trustees on Tuesday, June 14, voted to keep tuition and program services fees flat for the coming academic year..
MTSU faculty and staff recently contributed their insights and analysis to several news platforms on a variety of subjects, including the leaked U.S. Supreme Court..
Outlook among Tennessee business leaders declined in the last three months, according to results from the latest Tennessee Business Barometer by MTSU’s Jones College of..
The director of MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation will preview the 250th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence in a free address. Carroll Van West, who..
Outlook among Tennessee consumers has “declined considerably” since last December amid inflation worries and rising gas prices, according to the latest statewide survey by Middle..
Outlook among Tennessee business leaders has improved the past three months even as worries persist about inflation, worker shortages, the supply chain and political uncertainty,..
When a new state law takes effect Jan. 1, 2022, some MTSU students will be able to say proudly that they were part of a..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — MTSU again was a major player in the recent Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature, which annually provides interested college students from across the state..
MTSU kicked off its Constitution Week festivities with a demonstration of how “civic engagement” also can be “civil engagement.” Representatives of three diverse activist groups..
MTSU faculty and staff recently provided reporters with perspectives on a variety of subjects, including critical race theory, porch piracy, credit cards, the American flag,..
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