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Top 7 Colleges and Universities in Tennessee

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College is an investment in yourself and your future. Like any investment, you need to choose your college wisely. Your choice becomes even more critical once you take into consideration that the cost of education continues to skyrocket with each passing year. To make the most of your investment, we give you the top seven colleges and universities in Tennessee worth your hard-earned money. All of these schools offer premium education that increases your chances of success. Read on to find out where to receive the best Tennessee education.

Belmont University

Belmont University is a private Christian liberal arts university in Nashville, Tennessee. Founded in 1890, it is the largest Christian and second largest private university in the state. Due to its proximity to “Music City,” Belmont University’s students typically gravitate towards courses related to the entertainment industry. It ranks number 5 in US News & World Report’s 2018 Best Colleges in Regional Universities (South) ranking.

Rhodes College

Located in Memphis, Tennessee and founded in 1848, Rhodes College is a private liberal art college that considers intellectual engagement, service to others, and honor as its topmost priority. Rhodes combines classroom and ‘real world’ learning through internships, research, and other similar opportunities. It ranks number 51 in US News’ 2018 edition of Best National Liberal Arts Colleges.

Milligan College

Milligan College is a Christian-association college focusing on liberal arts. The college began in 1866, and its location in the Upper East Tennessee Mountains lends it a rural setting. Milligan College ranks number 23 in US News’ 2018 list of Best Colleges in Regional Universities (South). The school offers more than 100 majors and there are over 40 different student clubs and organizations to choose from.

Sewanee—University of the South

More popularly known as simply “Sewanee,” the school is a private, residential and coeducational institution founded in 1857. Although it’s a liberal arts school, it is distinguished by students who prefer to dress up for class instead of the usual T-shirt and even pajamas that you might normally see students wear in similar school settings. Sewanee students say it is their way of showing their respect for professors and academia as a whole. The school’s ranking in US News’ 2018 list of Best National Liberal Arts Colleges is number 41.

University of Tennessee—Knoxville

The University of Tennessee—Knoxville is the flagship campus of the University of Tennessee system and is over two centuries old. Began back in 1794, it is the first public university chartered west of the Appalachian Divide. UT Knoxville is a public land-grant institution that places a strong emphasis on tradition, research, and support to help students achieve their full potential. It ranks number 85 in the 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Vanderbilt University

Vanderbilt University is a private research university that began in 1873. It offers a wide range of undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees, as well as student activities. Located in Nashville, the school is well-known for its vast off-campus options for dining, entertainment, music, and shopping. It’s number 105 in the 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Christian Brothers University

Christian Brothers University is a private university in Memphis, that upholds the Lasallian guiding principles of honor, faith, virtue, and respect for fellowmen. Founded in 1871, the school ranks number 32 in US News’ Best Colleges in Regional Universities (South).

Call Patrick, Frank or Jennifer Goswitz at 865-588-1234 to learn more about Tennessee education.