List of colleges and universities in Tennessee

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This is a list of colleges and universities in Tennessee. This list also includes other educational institutions providing higher education.

Map of the Primary Campuses for State of Tennessee 4-year Universities
University of Tennessee
University of Tennessee
UT at Chattanooga
UT at Chattanooga
UT at Martin
UT at Martin
University of Memphis
University of Memphis
East Tennessee St
East Tennessee St
Middle Tennessee St
Middle Tennessee St
Tennessee St
Tennessee St
Austin Peay St
Austin Peay St
Tennessee Tech
Tennessee Tech
4-year state university locations
Red pog.svg – University of Tennessee System
Blue pog.svg – Independent Institution

State of Tennessee Institutions[edit]

University of Tennessee System[edit]

Universities[edit]

Institution Location Carnegie Classification[1] Enrollment (Fall 2017)[1]
University of Tennessee (Flagship university) Knoxville (main campus) Doctoral University: Very High Research Activity 28,321
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chattanooga Doctoral/Professional Universities 11,587
University of Tennessee at Martin Martin Master's Colleges and Universities: Small Programs 6,772

Associated institutions[edit]

The University of Tennessee also operates the following associated institutions:

Independent Four-year Institutions[edit]

Institution Location Carnegie Classification[1] Enrollment (Fall 2017)[1]
Middle Tennessee State University Murfreesboro Doctoral/Professional Universities 21,913
University of Memphis Memphis Doctoral Universities: High Research Activity 21,521
East Tennessee State University Johnson City Doctoral Universities: High Research Activity 14,353
Tennessee Technological University Cookeville Doctoral Universities: High Research Activity 10,504
Austin Peay State University Clarksville Doctoral Universities: Moderate Research Activity 10,463
Tennessee State University (HBCU) Nashville Doctoral Universities: High Research Activity 8,177

Tennessee Board of Regents[edit]

Two-year institutions[edit]

Colleges of Applied Technology[edit]

Private institutions[edit]

Large and medium-size private colleges and universities[edit]

Institution Location Carnegie Basic Classification[1] Carnegie Size Classification[1] Enrollment (Fall 2017)[1] Affiliation
Vanderbilt University Nashville Doctoral Universities: Very High Research Activity Large 12,592 None
Belmont University Nashville Doctoral/Professional Universities Medium 8,012 None (Christian)
Bethel University McKenzie Master's Colleges and Universities: Larger Programs Medium 5,779 Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Lee University Cleveland Master's Colleges and Universities: Medium Programs Medium 5,370 Church of God
Lincoln Memorial University Harrogate Doctoral/Professional Universities Medium 4,770 None
Lipscomb University Nashville Doctoral/Professional Universities Medium 4,642 Churches of Christ
Trevecca Nazarene University Nashville Doctoral/Professional Universities Medium 3,221 Nazarene

Small private colleges and universities[edit]

Private liberal arts colleges[edit]

Private colleges and universities[edit]

Two-year institutions[edit]

For-profit colleges[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Carnegie Classifications | Institution Lookup". Retrieved 22 Nov 2016.
  2. ^ "Fountainhead College of Technology - Technology is the Future!". Fountainhead College of Technology.
  3. ^ George Brown and Stephanie Scurlock (March 6, 2014). "Defeat For Victory University; Doors Closing". WREG. Retrieved March 7, 2014.
  4. ^ "Western Governors University". Western Governors University.
  5. ^ "LincolnEdu". www.lincolnedu.com.

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