Today, South College announced it has received regulatory approval to expand to Nashville and has begun accepting students at the new learning site! This is the third city in which South College will have a presence. The first quarter of classes begins April 10, 2017. The Nashville learning site is conveniently located off Interstate 40 at 616 Marriott Drive. The building is approximately 48,000 square feet with modern classroom, laboratory and social spaces.
With this new location, we are meeting student demand for education in high growth industries across the state while maintaining a culture of personal instruction that provides time and attention to students locally. Additionally, the presence in Nashville will help build a solid future for your college education through diversity and thought leadership, while continuing a reputation of excellence in higher education.
The Nashville learning site is now enrolling for the spring quarter, and all South College Nashville associate degree programs will be eligible for the Tennessee Promise program. The learning site will offer the following degree programs:
- Business Administration – associate and bachelor’s degrees
- Criminal Justice – associate and bachelor’s degrees
- Sonography (Ultrasound)– associate and bachelor’s degrees
- Radiography – associate and bachelor’s degrees
- Accounting – associate degree
- Health science (Pre-Pharm and Pre-Nursing) – associate degrees
- Investigation and security – associate degree and certificate
- Network administration and security – associate degree
“Nashville is a rapidly growing community with new opportunities for career advancement,” said South College President Steve South. “Nashville’s business boom is creating an even greater need for higher education opportunities. The city was a logical step forward to expand our high-quality educational programs to even more students in the state and help meet the need for a skilled workforce for new and growing businesses in Nashville.”
Nick South, who previously served as Executive Director of South College’s Asheville learning site in North Carolina, serves as Executive Director of the Nashville learning site.
“I am excited to welcome Nashville students to our campus,” Nick South said. “South College’s small class size and personalized attention is designed for student success in the classroom and in the workforce. Our Nashville learning site will offer the latest in technology and an encouraging, welcoming environment for motivated students to achieve their professional goals.”
Approval for the Nashville campus as a learning site was made by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), the regional body for the accreditation of degree-granting higher education institutions in the Southern states. South College is an active participate of the Tennessee Promise and HOPE Scholarship programs.