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MTSU Students Gain Knowledge About Pursuing FBI Jobs

MTSU student Josh Webb served nearly six years in the U.S. Army as a medic and has medical aspirations following graduation in about two...

MTSU to Extend Spring Break, Start Remote Classes March 23

Below is the message from MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee sent to the MTSU campus Wednesday regarding precautions being taken surrounding the Coronavirus outbreak. To...

Predators & MTSU Launch “The General’s Fund” to Help Veterans

The Nashville Predators stepped forward March 2 to raise money and awareness for Middle Tennessee State University student veterans in distress and whose educational...

Central Magnet & St. Rose Emerge as Regional Science Olympiad Winners

Murfreesboro’s Central Magnet School and St. Rose of Lima Catholic School captured first place in their respective high school and middle school divisions to...

MTSU Launches Career and Mentorship Network

It’s time to connect with fellow Blue Raiders. And it’s as easy as joining MTSU Connect, a new career and mentorship network where Middle Tennessee...

MTSU, Community Recognize 2020 Unity Luncheon Unsung Heroes

With less than a few hours’ notice, the Rev. James McCarroll delivered a powerful message to several hundred people attending the 24th annual Unity...

MTSU Creates Snapshot of Rutherford County’s Health

A statistical snapshot of Rutherford County’s overall health, including its areas of strengths and its challenges, is now available from MTSU. The MTSU Center for...

MTSU To Offer New Data Science Degree

Beginning this fall, Middle Tennessee State University will begin offering a new bachelor’s degree of data science as well as a graduate certificate geared...

MTSU Theatre Presents ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ Feb. 20-23

MTSU Theatre students are challenging audiences to face their own beliefs about human connections when they present "Six Degrees of Separation," the Tony Award-winning...

MTSU Selects Barnes & Noble College to Operate Campus Bookstore

Middle Tennessee State University has selected Barnes & Noble College to manage its campus bookstore operations. The store will reopen as MTSU Phillips Bookstore...