See for yourself how the True Blue spirit reflects MTSU's devotion to student success.
State-of-the-art facilities allow students to learn by doing.
Students find that college is more than classrooms and coursework.
More than 200 student organizations, a variety of activities and events, resource and support services, and exciting athletic events all add up to many choices. Click a link below for even more ideas.
Friendly admissions staff members encourage students to apply early.
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In 1998, MTSU's honors program, which had begun in 1973, became an Honors College. Just a few years later, with the help of generous alumni and friends, the College moved into a state-of-the-art building, that is now a central part of East campus. While the physical facilities have improved immensely, the College maintains its mission of providing an undergraduate education of exceptional quality and value to a small but diverse student population deeply committed to scholarship. See for yourself.
Gilman scholarships are sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Applicants must be federal Pell Grant recipients in order to apply. Students chosen as Gilman scholars can receive up to $5,000 toward study-abroad or internship expenses. Preferences are given to students who are studying critical languages, have never studied abroad before, choose unconventional locations and are first-generation college students. Read more.