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Message from President McPhee on parking garage incident

Message from President McPhee on parking garage incident

October 7 2022

To the University community,

Following an altercation and arrest on our campus earlier this week and the subsequent attention created on various social media platforms, I wanted to briefly address campus safety.

As a campus community of over 25,000 people, we face many of the challenges of the community around us.  In this c...

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President McPhee Provides Health Update as Students Return for Fall 2022

President McPhee Provides Health Update as Students Return for Fall 2022

August 22 2022

To the University community,

As we look to the start of our fall semester, I have asked our leadership team to continue to closely monitor our local and state health environment.  While our situation has obviously changed and the impact lessened, the COVID virus continues to be part of our conversations.  Coupled with a growing...

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Message from President McPhee RE: New Tennessee Divisive Concepts Act

Message from President McPhee RE: New Tennessee Divisive Concepts Act

August 17 2022

Dear Campus Community:

As MTSU works to comply with the new Tennessee Divisive Concepts Act, we remain committed to creating a welcoming and supportive environment for all of our students, faculty, and staff. We recognize that the diversity represented within our com...

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Message from President McPhee on passing of alumnus and Trustee Darrell Freeman Sr.

Message from President McPhee on passing of alumnus and Trustee Darrell Freeman Sr.

June 29 2022

Our university community today mourns the passing of alumnus and Trustee Darrell Freeman Sr., who will be remembered for his passion and advocacy for creating opportunities for others, as well as his business acumen and entrepreneurial spirit.

He was one of MTSU’s brightest stars, and his light shined through his many accompli...

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Message from President McPhee: Update on Riverdale High School graduation incident

Message from President McPhee: Update on Riverdale High School graduation incident

May 20 2022

To the University community,

On behalf of all Blue Raiders, I wanted to extend our condolences to the Riverdale students, faculty and family members affected by Wednesday night’s tragedy after the high school’s graduation ceremony at Murphy Center. Further, I want to express our appreciation to Murfreesboro Police for th...

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