Local Atmosphere

Location
Greeneville, TN
Undergrads
1,913
Tuition
$21,620
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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3 College Junior

Local Atmosphere: Mall and Walmart... that's about it.

3 College Freshman

Local Atmosphere: I am used to living in Europe so the small-town where my school is has a very different feel to it compared to what i'm used to. There were a lot of places to visit, especially because I lived in Germany, so it's been a bit of a struggle adjusting to life in the U.S.

3 College Senior

Local Atmosphere: Tusculum College is in a small town called Greeneville, TN. There isn't much to do in Greeneville for entertainment, but Tusculum tries to put different organized activities for the students to get involved in. There is the neighboring town of Johnson City, TN, and they are a bigger city than Greeneville. Tusculum also throws an Old Oaks Festival every year to support the arts. I had the opportunity to read to children at the festival, and it was a positive, learning experience.

3 College Freshman

Local Atmosphere: Greeneville is a very small town! There isn't much to do here except things like hiking and camping but it's a really beautiful town and it's very peaceful!

4 College Sophomore

Local Atmosphere: Small but Fun – The town surrounding Tusculum is small, so it is definitely not a college for city-lovers. The town Greeneville is a historic place - the birthplace of Davy Crockett, as well as the home of president Andrew Johnson - two of the big-names most everyone will recognize. Tusculum College itself is also the oldest college in Tennessee, founded in 1794. There are many old buildings located in town that are very neat to see. On top of the historical aspect, the location is a lot of fun recreation-wise. The Smoky Mountains are right next door, so there are plenty of opportunities to go hiking and camping, and the Nolichucky River is also close, giving even more options to outdoors-lovers: white water rafting, inner-tubing, fishing, swimming, and other fun activities. During the winter, there are several Ski slopes within a 1-2 hour drive.

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Student Polls

Rate the local atmosphere on the following topics    Based on 10 responses

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  • Cost of living
  • Dining
  • Friendliness of locals toward students
  • Museums/cultural attractions
  • Nightlife
  • Parking
  • Parks and recreation
  • Professional sports
  • Safety
  • Scenery
  • Shopping
  • Transportation

What is the local atmosphere like at your school?    Based on 10 responses

  • 10% Painfully remote.
  • 20% In or near a big city, but there's not much to do off campus.
  • 60% Small town with plenty of charm.
  • 10% Vibrant college town. There's no big city, but there are plenty of things to do off campus.
  • 0% City living at its finest. There's always something fun and interesting going on.

What is the proximity to other universities? Is there much interaction?    Based on 9 responses

  • 22% There aren't any nearby schools.
  • 33% There are nearby schools, but students do NOT interact much.
  • 44% There are nearby schools that students often interact with.

Can you see yourself living here after graduation?    Based on 13 responses

  • 46% No way.
  • 46% Maybe, if I could find a good job.
  • 8% Totally.

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