Adult learner to shed ‘empty feeling inside’ with degree, August graduation
Every parent of a high school student knows that college visits can play a pivotal role in shaping their child’s future. Phil Roberts, a 54-year-old from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, just didn’t expect those visits to change his own future too.
While touring colleges with his then-teenage son, Matthew, Roberts ...
MTSU University College bestows honors at inaugural awards program
MTSU’s University College recently recognized several winners at its inaugural awards program.
The University College’s award recipients were nominated by their peers in the MTSU community, acknowledging hard work accomplished by students, f...
MTSU Online, University College begins virtual ‘Finish Now Fridays’ for adult degree seekers
With social distancing guidelines still in place at Middle Tennessee State University and beyond, faculty and staff are using technology to their outreach advantage.
Beginning Friday, April 17, MTSU Online staff will launch “Finish Now Fridays” t...
MTSU Applied Leadership course ‘zooms’ into remote learning setup for students
When Middle Tennessee State University leadership decided to finish the Spring semester with remote learning, many faculty members worked long hours to ensure their students could stay on course despite unique circumstances.
MTSU adult learner closing in on bachelor’s thanks to flexible programs
Michelle Bradley started college as a 30-year-old adult student, but raising young children took precedent over her studies. Now, 10 years later, Bradley is back in class at Middle Tennessee State University enrolled in the Ap...
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