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Knoxville College’s $150 million renewal plan to include affordable housing

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - The 147-year-old historically black college Knoxville College was on the cusp of a new chapter as leaders unveil their 10-year revitalization plan.

Black History Month Fact – February 26th

The 15th Amendment Passes, Granting Black Men the Right to Vote. Passed by the House of Representatives with a vote of 144 to 44 on...

Black History Month Fact

In 1852, the Knoxville Board of Aldermen (now City Council) passed an ordinance prohibiting enslaved people from emptying kitchen slops into the street. While...

Knoxville College 2022 Annual Report

Dear Friend of Knoxville College,  As I reflect over the last 12 months, I often think of the reason why I am here with such...

Knoxville College, engine of city’s Black history, prepares for comeback

When Leonard Adams came to Knoxville College from Detroit in 1988, the first things he noticed about the South were the hills, the heat and the bright red dirt under the historically Black campus in the Mechanicsville neighborhood.

Knoxville College Celebrates Dr. James Reese on his 98th Birthday!

The Knoxville College Board of Trustees, Administration, and Alumni would like to wish Dr. James Reese a very Happy Birthday!

The Knoxville College Progress Report

FROM SURVIVING TO THRIVING | 4TH QUARTER 2021 KC HOMECOMING 2021 Because of your support, we were able to raise upwards of $170,000 to help efforts...

Knoxville College Affordable Housing Design Study

Knoxville College Interim President Leonard Adams asked the East Tennessee Community Design Center (ETCDC) to study affordable housing opportunities on the campus within the existing Faculty Residence Apartments.

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Knoxville College Building Dedicated to Dr. James Reese

Honoring Dr. James Reese at the building dedication ceremony at the newly named McMillan-Reese Chapel. Left to right: Interim President Leonard Adams, Trustee Mayor Johnny Ford, Dr. James Reese, and Chairman Dr. Michael V. Bowie.

Homecoming COVID-19 Guidelines

Your 2021 Homecoming Committee will continue to provide updates about any impacts COVID-19 may have on Knoxville College Homecoming sponsored events.  Please continue to check the website and the official social media platforms for updates as we bring you the latest news on our upcoming events.

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