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  • Supporting research and special projects brings acclaim to the University
  • Scholarships help make college possible for many

Welcome to the Development Office

Gifts from alumni, friends, and corporate partners are vital in supporting MTSU’s efforts to help our more than 20,000 students achieve their goals. Our office, fund-raising team members, and advancement services staff work with supporters like you who want to see Middle Tennessee State University always be “Tennessee’s Best!” You play a vital role in providing for scholarships, state-of-the-art equipment, faculty and student research, international study opportunities, and many more facets of a university experience that is life-changing.

Through our website, you can gather basic information on our staff, some of the means by which a gift can be made, and how you can help. But, please don’t stop with our website. Call our office at 615-898-2502 or call one of the fund-raising staff members in your college of interest to get more in-depth information on specific university programs or fine-tune thoughts on how you can help shape the service and reputation of MTSU now and in the future.

As we build on a century long tradition of excellence, spanning from our beginnings as a state teachers college to the variety and vigor of our outstanding comprehensive university, we continue to rely on the generosity of many university friends like you. Thank you for supporting the students, faculty, and excellence of MTSU!

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