Tennessee Governor's Schools take up residence at UT Martin
Contact 1: Erin Chesnut
MARTIN, Tenn. – The Tennessee Governor’s School for the Humanities and the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Agricultural Sciences both begin this weekend and will continue through the month of June. The University of Tennessee at Martin is the only institution to host more than one governor’s school program.
Both programs bring selected high school students from across the state to UT Martin to take college courses and participate in a variety of activities. Interested students must complete an application process and receive an invitation to attend.
The Tennessee Governor’s School for the Humanities is the original governor’s school program, founded in 1986. Participating students may select from courses in art history, English, philosophy, history, music and political science. The Tennessee Governor’s School for the Agricultural Sciences exposes students to courses in natural resource management and animal science.
For more information, contact the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Humanities at 731-881-7579 or the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Agricultural Sciences at 731-881-7211.
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