- December 19, 2007, Nashville, TN Tennessee would be poorer without its 37 private colleges and universities ñ about $7.8 billion poorer, according to a recent economic impact study.
Dr. Claude O. Pressnell, Jr., Re-elected Vice-Chair of the Advisory Committee on Student Financial AssistanceNovember, 11, 2007, Nashville TN ñ The advisory committee on Student Financial Assistance re-elected Dr. Claude O. Pressnell, Jr., president of the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association, as their Vice Chair.
Tennesseeís Private Colleges and Universities Association Announces $41,000 Gift from the PACCAR FoundationJuly 24, 2007, Nashville, TNóThe Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association (TICUA) announces today the gift of $41,000 from the PACCAR Foundation.
- Nashville, TNóThe Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association (TICUA) announces a collaboration with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region IV, titled ìTICUA Go Green!î Thirty TICUA members from across the state of Tennessee are participating in this new initiative that includes peer environmental audits.
Tennesseeís Student Aid Program for Low-Income Students Leaves Thousands of Eligible Students Unfunded Each YearIn the last decade, the number of students benefiting from the Tennessee Student Assistance Award (TSAA) grant declined by 6% while the program left more than 517,000 eligible low-income students unfunded, according to a new report released today by the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association (TICUA).
- The number of students attending a private college or university in Tennessee hit a record level this fall with a total enrollment of 64,556ó2,000 more students than this time last year, according to the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association (TICUA).