MTSU's 817 new graduates are perfectly positioned to be advocates for public education, a longtime university professor said Saturday, Aug. 10, because they're its successful products.
A new beginning started Monday evening for the DOORS OF HOPE graduating class of 2019.
The last of Rutherford County's high schools have given seniors their diplomas, signifying the start of a new chapter for thousands. The rest of Rutherford County and Murfreesboro City students anticipate the start of summer break this week.
Tragedy strikes a local family anticipating high school graduation after a drowning at Percy Priest Dam.
The trio of guest speakers at MTSU's two-day series of spring 2018 commencement ceremonies offered similar suggestions to the record 2,641 graduates reaching this life-changing moment: use your hard-earned knowledge and skills to meet new challenges and to serve others.
A trio of leaders will help 2,641 new MTSU graduates reach their educational goals in three spring 2018 commencement ceremonies set this Friday and Saturday, May 4 and 5.
Those in attendance heard simple but profound advice from a renowned mathematics professor at their summer 2017 commencement ceremony on Aug. 12: Don't stop learning.
It's a special time for about 35-hundred high school seniors coming up. Graduation marks the closing of a chapter and beginning of another.
MTSU's 372 newest graduate degree recipients joyfully celebrated their years of educational accomplishment Friday, May 5, with some heartfelt advice from a longtime psychology professor. Undergraduate degrees will be celebrated at 9:00AM and 2:00PM Saturday.
In years past, high schools in Tennessee use to pass students for graduation with a special diploma. However, that is no longer the case. James Evans, Spokesperson for the Rutherford County Schools told WGNS NEWS...
U.S. Rep. Diane Black and Rutherford County Deputy Mayor Jeff Davidson will be on hand Saturday, Dec. 10, to celebrate with an estimated 1,891 MTSU students receiving their degrees in dual fall 2016 commencement ceremonies inside the university's Murphy Center.
Nearly 50 student veterans were joined by family and friends and university administrators and staff for the budding tradition of recognizing them before graduation during the fourth Graduating Veterans Stole Ceremony Wednesday (April 13) in Cantrell Hall of the Tom H. Jackson Building.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization connecting generosity with need in 40 Middle Tennessee counties, announces its annual scholarship application process and invites students to apply by March 15, 2016, at www.cfmt.org.
MTSU will award an estimated 1,841 degrees during its two fall 2015 commencement ceremonies this Saturday, Dec. 12, inside Murphy Center.
The Tennessee Board of Regents says it will invest a $2 million grant received from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation into programs that will help increase graduation rates, especially among first-generation and low-income students.
Rutherford County Schools has one of the highest graduation rates in Tennessee at nearly 94%, according to information released by the Tennessee Department of Education Thursday.
It's graduation week for Rutherford County high school seniors.
MTSU’s upcoming spring 2014 commencement ceremonies, set for Saturday, May 10, will celebrate the culmination of a lifetime of educational accomplishments for almost 2,300 students.
Some Rutherford County residents are concerned over high school graduations being held in neighboring Williamson County.
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