MTSU President Sidney A. McPheeWith an enrollment of about 23,000 students, MTSU is the largest university in the Tennessee Board of Regents system. We are also the number-one choice for our state's transfer students and the number-one provider of graduates to the Greater Nashville economy. We also lead the TBR system in total bachelor's degree graduates each year, and are tops among all state universities for adult graduates.

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Quest for Student Success Update

Higher education is just the latest arena facing a series of disruptive forces that could, on the one hand, lead to great innovation and transformation or, on the other, lead to significant losses in enrollment, funding, and cultural influence.

Blue Print Solutions opens for business Monday, February 3, 2014

Construction Projects Update

MTSU is an exciting place to work and study, largely because so many renovations and new buildings are underway, taking shape, or opening for use. Here is the latest on recent and current projects.


Budget Overview

Fiscal year 2014–15 will be the first year of full implementation of the state’s outcomes-based funding formula as called for in the Complete College Tennessee Act. Under the act, productivity rather than enrollment drives state funding distribution.


Recruiting Efforts

We are working very hard every day to recruit the best and the brightest students to enroll at MTSU.

T.T. Barber, shown here forcing a fumble against Navy, was named the Blue Raiders’ MVP of the Armed
Forces Bowl by members of the media.

Athletic Highlights

MTSU became a full-fledged member of Conference USA last summer. I am very proud of the strong transition our teams, coaches, and staffers have made to this new level of competition.

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