Nashville State Community College is a comprehensive, regionally accredited, two-year community college in Nashville, Tennessee operated by the Tennessee Board of Regents. Nashville State shares a 109-acre (0.44 km2) campus with the Tennessee Technology Center at Nashville. The Nashville State facilities include 239,000 square feet (22,200 m2) of space for classrooms, labs, offices, student services, and a library. Nashville State offers a wide array of programs and degrees including: degree and certificate studies, university parallel transfer programs, continuing education, adult education, MNPS's Middle College High School, Dual Enrollment and community service programs.
Nashville State serves a seven county service area of Middle Tennessee, which includes Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Houston, Humphreys, Montgomery, and Stewart counties. Nashville State is an open-entry postsecondary institution offering almost 50 majors of study toward an AA, AS, AST and AAS degree and 12 certificate programs. In addition, Nashville State offers continuing education courses ranging from technical skills to management training and programs providing training in such areas as computer-aided drafting and office technology.
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