• The new Flex-MBA
    offers 12-month and online options
  • The MS in Finance offers hands-on experience and quantitative knowledge
  • MTSU's Beta Gamma Sigma
    chapter earned Exemplary Chapter status
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    The TVA Investment Challenge team performs in national competition
  • The Business and Aerospace building houses state-of-of-the-art facilities
  • New Image Gallery
    Students discuss the Center for Public Trust with an NASBA representative
  • New Image Gallery
    The annual MTSU
    Business Plan Competition helps students realize their ideas
  • The Association of IT Professionals team placed in national competition
  • New Image Gallery
    The Sales Competition helps students prepare for the workforce
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    One-on-one assistance is part of learning at MTSU
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    Mock interviews help
    MTSU
    students prepare for
    the
    real thing

Hubert L. McCullough, Jr.

Hubert McCullough received a B.S. in Mathematics from Middle Tennessee State University in 1951. Following graduation, he worked in utility construction from 1952 to 1971. He established McCullough Associates, an environmental engineering and heavy equipment firm operating in 30 states. In 1981, McCullough Associates was sold to an international engineering firm.

Mr. McCullough continued with McCullough Industries until he sold that firm in 1997 and retired to his farm to raise beef cattle.

In 1982 he became Commissioner of Finance and Administration in Governor Lamar Alexander's administration. Mr. McCullough served nine years on the Tennessee Board of Regents, MTSU's governing board.

Mr. McCullough served as Chairman of the New Century/New Vision MTSU Foundation Campaign which raised more than $30 million. He and his wife Dene have endowed three scholarships. He is a member of the President's Advisory Council. Mr. McCullough is Chairman of the State Board of Education.

Presented April 26, 2000 
Jennings A. Jones College of Business 
Academic Awards Banquet