just 10 minutes from downtown Nashville on nearly 500 wooded acres along the
beautiful Cumberland River, the main campus of Tennessee State University
offers the resources and facilities you expect of an outstanding higher
here to serve you—with academic classrooms, science and research laboratories,
residence halls, indoor and outdoor recreational
facilities and athletic spaces, performing
arts centers and galleries, computing support, agricultural lands, engineering
and business resources, and libraries and media centers, as well as plenty of
and nearby parks where you can relax and enjoy yourself.
you’re looking for recreation in Kean Hall, information
from student services administrative offices,
presentations in the Forum auditorium,
textbooks and gifts in the University Bookstore, meeting and study spaces, or
meals and snacks in the cafés and dining hall, you’ll find food, fun, and
friends at the Floyd-Payne Campus Center.
one of our many campus venues, including auditoriums and performing arts
centers, for your get-togethers, conferences, and special events.
also find TSU in the center of downtown Nashville’s government and business
district. Our Avon Williams Campus houses programs for distance
learning, continuing education, and the Evening/Weekend College to serve
traditional and adult/nontraditional students.
the city? Family and friends need a place to stay while they visit you?
Nashville offers excellent accommodations to fit your needs, with
exciting attractions that make any visit more enjoyable.
our campus maps, and explore TSU for yourself. Visit us, learn
more about life in Nashville, and discover the heart of Big Blue
, request information,
Future Tigers page,
or contact Tennessee
State University today.
P. O. Box
9609 | 1-888-463-6878 Toll-Free | 615-963-5101 Voice | 615-963-2930 Fax