Martin Methodist College

Martin Methodist College

Martin Methodist College

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Established 1870
School type Private
President Ted Brown
Location Pulaski, TN, USA
Enrollment 1,071
Faculty 67
Endowment US$9.28 million
Campus Rural, 55 acres (223,000 m²)
Sports team Red Hawks

Martin Methodist College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college located in Pulaski, Tennessee, and affiliated with the United Methodist Church. For many years it was a junior college but now offers several four-year degrees.

One notable alumnus is the late former United States Senator Ross Bass.

The school has several intercollegiate sports programs and is a member of the NAIA. Other notable graduates include John Ogiltree, a Canadian baseball pitcher, and Tenywa Bonseu, a Ugandan soccer player.


Martin Methodist College is named after Thomas Martin, who originally intended to construct a school for girls in Giles County. He financed the project through a gift of $ 30,000 in his will of 1870. His legacy was the fulfillment of the dream of his daughter Victoria, who before her death at age twenty asked her father to set up such an institution. [1]


  1. ^ College History, Retrieved 2011-03-19

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