NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville State Community College will be unveiling its long anticipated North Davidson campus in Madison during a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, April 19, 9am, which will feature comments from Nashville State President Shanna Jackson, Mayor John Cooper, and MNPS Director Adrienne Battle.
This is Nashville State’s fourth campus in Davidson County. The community and dignitaries from the Madison community have been invited to the ceremony and a day-long open house. The campus will open for the summer semester, where it will host eight classes, ranging from English Composition to Statistics.
It will open to full course offerings for the upcoming fall semester, which begins August 22, 2022. Applications are currently being accepted.
Nashville architecture firm Gilbert | McLaughlin | Casella was hired for design. Hoar Construction in Brentwood is the construction contractor. The College broke ground in June 2020. Other project partners include EMC Structural Engineers, P/C/, Enfinity Engineering, LLC, TLC Engineering Solutions, Barge Cauthen & Associates, and Tennessee Board of Regents.