- If you haven’t settled on a firm major or program now is a good opportunity to explore what we offer. You can find the list of programs and degrees we offer here.
- Consider your future plans now. If you want to go to a four-year school after you graduate from Vol State visit the list of Tennessee Transfer Pathway programs. They’re listed by major and can tell you exactly what classes you need to take at Vol State to have all your credit transfer to the university program of your choice. Vol State classes transfer just about anywhere, but particular university programs can be picky about what they will accept towards a degree.
- Stay focused. Figure out a Vol State path and stay on that path. If you switch majors you may end up taking classes you don’t need for your degree. That costs you time and money.
- We’re here to help you every step of the way. If you have questions come by our campuses for individual help. You can also call the Advising Center at 615-230-3702.
Thursday, May 19, 2016
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Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Congratulations 2016 graduates- you are officially alumni now. Stay in touch with your classmates and Vol State with the Vol State Alumni Association. Visit and Like our Facebook page or get more information here. Remember- you will always be part of the Vol State family!
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Thursday, May 12, 2016
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Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Monday, May 9, 2016
2016 graduates share what it would mean for students if Tom Hanks were to speak at Vol State for commencement 2017:
|"It would motivate us more," says Gayla Collier enthusiastically. "We're starting off small but it would say that we can be big too. Our future doesn't have to stop here."|
|"It would be cool, but I'm jealous," says Jacob Moss. "It would add credential to what we're doing if someone like Tom Hanks took the time to come here."|
Vol State students share this message with the world: community college is a stepping stone to greater opportunities. You can be as big as you want to be. Tweet your support with #hanks2volstate.
Gaynell Buffinet Payne is a writer, single mother, and student at Volunteer State Community College. She also blogs for Vol State's Returning Adult Learners.
Friday, May 6, 2016
The long-range forecast shows sunny skies for the Vol State Cycling Classic on Saturday, May 14. It's time to sign-up. You can do so online through Thursday at the link below. There will be walk-up registration and packet pick-up at the Vol State campus in Gallatin, Pickel Field House, on Friday 5pm-7pm and Saturday starting at 6:30am. Rides start at 8am. Raise money for student scholarships with your registration!
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Thursday, May 5, 2016
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