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Making Nashville Home
From faculty and staff to graduate and professional students to graduating undergraduates who choose to make this city their permanent home, Nashville is an incredible place to live, work and study.
- If you are a graduate of one of Vanderbilt's ten colleges or schools, a community of 17,000 alumni are waiting to welcome you to the area. For more information, turn to the Vanderbilt Alumni Association.
- The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce "Getting Settled" site provides information for everything from how to contact the electric and water companies to how to register your vehicle to how to obtain your library card.
- Apply to Vanderbilt! The university offers a diverse array of undergraduate and graduate and professional degrees.
- Lifelong Learning at Vanderbilt features the numerous continuing education programs available at Vanderbilt University.
- Digital Learning is taking off at Vanderbilt.
- Metropolitan Nashville/Davidson County Public Schools Web site features information about the school system and includes profiles of all schools.
- Links to the region's city and county public school systems and the city’s private schools are available from the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce.
- Information about homeschooling in Tennessee is available at this comprehensive and independent clearinghouse.
- Alignment Nashville is a non-profit agency that works to create a system to bring community organizations and resources into alignment so that their coordinated support to Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools and District priorities has a positive impact on student achievement and public school success.
- Learn about the Nashville area's wide variety of community colleges and vocational/technical schools.
- The 21 four-year colleges and universities in and around the Nashville area have helped the city earn a reputation as an educational hub.