Tennessee Christian Colleges
If you are looking for a Christian Colleges in Tennessee, then we have put together our guide to help. Covering those that are seen as the very best, we will give you some information about each to help you to make your decision.
Carson Newman University- Jefferson City
The Carson-Newman University has been around since 1851 and over this time it has become one of the top nationally ranked liberal arts universities. More than this it is also a Christian community giving its students not only access to life changing learning but also a journey discovering their own faith too. During 2014-2015 there were 2,362 students enrolled at the University and it has a 11:1 student to faculty member ratio. They offer 50 undergraduate majors and 11 graduate degrees.
The average tuition fee for this particular university is $12,600 per semester for full time, $735 per hour for over time and $1,050 per hour (part time).
Bryan College- Dayton
Combing faith with education is incredibly important to the faculty at Bryan College. The student to faculty ratio here is 14:1 and each and every professor will open their class with a prayer. The 1,475 students enrolled at this college are asked to complete bible study classes alongside their set studies. Located in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains this particular college has an average high school GPA of 3.64 and has a mixture of home schooled, public schooled and private schooled students with each one covering one third of the student population.
Tuition fees at Bryan College are set out at $12,225 for fall and $12,225 for spring.
King University- Bristol
Set away from the hustle and bustle of Bristol. King University offers up plenty of learning in a quiet woodland setting. Founded in 1867 it offers more than 90 majors, minors and pre-professional degrees to its students. This covers some of the most popular areas of learning including law, medical, education, humanities and pharmaceutical. Not only this but the University has plenty of off-campus learning and travel opportunities as well as 25 varsity sports too.
The tuition fees for King University are $25,798 per year.
Lee University- Cleveland
One of the newer Universities, Lee University was founded in 1918 but since then it has become a popular choice for students looking to combine their faith with their education. The fall 2015 intake was quoted as being 5,041 and there is a 15:1 student to faculty ratio at this University. It is thought to be one of the most affordable Christian Colleges in US but this does not reflect in the education that you will receive here. In fact it is made up of 5 colleges and schools. Eductioan, Arts and Sciences, Music, Nursing and Religion are all covered here and with 46 on campus undergraduate majors you will have plenty to choose from.
The tuition fees per semester for Lee University-Cleveland full time students is $9,785.