The TSU music business program is exposing students to powerhouse executives, talent agencies, and music artists.
TSU’s Aristocrat of Bands Becomes First to Win Grammy
TSU’s Aristocrat of Bands made history as the first collegiate marching band to win the music industry’s highest honor for Best Roots Gospel Album.
Tennessee State Freshman Class is Largest Among HBCUs for the 2022-2023 School Year
Tennessee State University is projected to enroll it’s the largest freshman class in the history of TSU and one of the largest among HBCUs.
AFROTC and TSU Breaking Barriers to Increase Number of Black Pilots
Eight TSU students are part of a cohort of 65 recruits across Middle Tennessee who are part of the AFROTC detachment at TSU.
TMCF Announces Three TSU Students As Apple E&I Scholars
Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) announced that Derrion Boyce, Ashleigh Thomas and Tenille Cochran are the TSU Apple E&I Scholars.
TSU Spring Career Fair Secures Top Jobs For Students, Graduates
At this year’s TSU Spring Career Fair, Bank of America and NTT DATA Services were among entities hiring students for high-paying positions.
FedEx Launches HBCU Student Ambassador Program
The HBCU student ambassador program provides HBCU students with unique, practical experience to prepare them for leadership and the workforce.
FAMU Mourns the Passing of Former President Dr. Frederick Humphries
Dr. Frederick S. Humphries, the eighth president of Florida A&M University (FAMU), died at his home in Orlando on June 24. He was 85.