MTSU is a destination school and is the No. 1 choice of undergraduates in the state of Tennessee.
The Honors College, with its prestigious Buchanan Fellowships - the highest academic scholarships awarded at MTSU - provides talented students the atmosphere of a small select college nestled within a major university.
Ph.D programs in English, Economics, Human Performance and Public History have been called programs of the "highest quality"; and the programs in Economics and Public History are unique in Tennessee.
Nationally recognized programs in aerospace, recording industry and concrete management attract students from around the world.
The College of Liberal Arts sponsors national award winning programs in Debate, Mock Trial, Model United Nations, and Theatre.
One of the finest teacher preparation institutions in the southeast, MTSU initiated and now sponsors the Tennessee Teachers Hall of Fame, a statewide entity which recognizes lifelong achievements of those in the teaching profession.
The Center for Popular Music is nationally recognized as a repository of music, has one of the largest sheet music collections in the country. It was listed as one of the top 100 things to visit in Tennessee in the 20th century by the Tennessean.
A member of the Sun Belt Conference MTSU competes at the highest level in all 17 sports. Many Blue Raiders have gone on to success in both the Olympics and the professional ranks.
Students enjoy numerous extracurricular activities, with more than 200 student organizations, including honor societies, service clubs, and an active Greek system of fraternities and sororities.
Our safe and friendly environment has a diverse student body which is 54 percent female,
12 percent minority, and with students from around the world.
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