List of colleges and universities in Tennessee

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This is a list of colleges and universities in Tennessee:

State of Tennessee InstitutionsEdit

University of Tennessee SystemEdit

UniversitiesEdit

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 institutionsEdit

The University of Tennessee also operates the following associated institutions:

Independent Four-year InstitutionsEdit

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 RegentsEdit

Two-year institutionsEdit

Colleges of Applied TechnologyEdit

  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Athens
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Chattanooga
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Covington
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Crossville
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Crump
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Dickson
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Elizabethton
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Harriman
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Hartsville
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Hohenwald
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Jacksboro
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Jackson
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Knoxville
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Livingston
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - McKenzie
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - McMinnville
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Memphis
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Morristown
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Murfreesboro
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Nashville
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Newbern
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Oneida
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Paris
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Pulaski
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Ripley
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Shelbyville
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Whiteville

Private institutionsEdit

Large and medium-size private colleges and universitiesEdit

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 universitiesEdit

Private liberal arts collegesEdit

Private colleges and universitiesEdit

Two-year institutionsEdit

For-profit collegesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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