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Local leaders working together to restructure Knoxville College, revitalize the area

College leaders and the Mechanicsville Community Association met to discuss new collaborative efforts to support students and the surrounding area.

Building Strong Partnerships

Knoxville College and the Mechanicsville Community Association are partnering with each other to bring education, economic empowerment, and housing equity back to the once thriving community of Mechanicsville.

Knoxville College: The Creator of Knoxville’s Black Middle Class

One of the most interesting pieces of Knoxville’s history is a report written in 1967. Usually reports are dull, lists of facts. This one is different because it contains interesting insights into Knoxville College’s role in the city’s history.

Highlights From Annual Board Retreat

Here are a few highlights from Knoxville College’s Annual Board Retreat that was held in Atlanta, GA.

Juneteenth on Campus

Here is a recap of some of the Juneteenth activities held on the Knoxville College campus June 19th, 2021.

2021 Homecoming Celebration

2021 Homecoming Celebration October 21-24, 2021 On Campus and Virtual

How Did I Get Here?

Five months ago, I was appointed by the Board of Trustees as Interim President on January 4, 2021 and honestly, I had to ask myself how did I get here?

The Return of The Aurora

This is a major moment in Knoxville College’s history. The Aurora is back! The newspaper is an important part of the school’s history because, for decades, it served as the best source of information about Knoxville College. Since its first edition in the 1890s, the format has changed, but the newspaper remains the pulse of campus. The return is part of Knoxville College’s rebirth.

Knoxville’s $200,000 grant will help jump-start Knoxville College renovations

Knoxville College is working to bring vibrancy to both its name and its long-vacant campus, and the city of Knoxville is helping with $200,000 to renovate a building housing the college's workforce development program.

WATE News Feature Story: City awards Knoxville College $200K grant for campus building renovations

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — The City of Knoxville has just awarded a $200,000 grant to Knoxville College for capital improvements, or renovations. https://youtu.be/zVnwdvs1KrY “We are happy...

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