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Vol State and Welch College Sign Transfer Agreement

Welch College president, J. Matthew Pinson and Vol State president, Jerry Faulkner, sign the transfer agreement in Gallatin.

Vol State and Welch College Sign Transfer Agreement

Sumner County’s newest college, with a longstanding tradition in Nashville, has signed an agreement with Volunteer State Community College to make transfer between the two schools easier. Students can start at Vol State using Tennessee Promise for their first two years, and then continue to Welch College for a bachelor’s degree.

New Professional Music Degree Program

Music students perform in a Vol State concert

The Nashville area has many opportunities for working musicians. Volunteer State Community College has a new Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S) degree in Professional Music designed to help those musicians advance in their careers. It’s also a path for younger musicians to build their chops to get ready for the workplace. Students can focus on areas that include Country and Americana Music; Church and Gospel Music; Jazz and Rock Music; Songwriting, and more.