Building on the Legacy

Stay up-to-date on any updates about the new campus.

Graduation a New Chapter for Students, College

By Josh Cross, Gallatin News Examiner For Welch College, this year’s graduation not only marked a new beginning for 50 of its students, but also for the 74-year-old institution itself. The college’s annual commencement ceremony, held at its West End Avenue campus in Nashville on Friday, was the last to take place on the property […]

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Welch President Matt Pinson Announces Capital Campaign Success, Increase in Campaign Goal

Dear Friend of Welch College, God is doing great things in the ministry of Welch College as we move forward with campus construction and plans for relocation. I am writing to give you a brief update on campus relocation and the Building on the Legacy capital campaign. I want to thank you for your prayers […]

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Building on the Legacy 30-Day Prayer Guide

Please Pray… That God will be the center of all we do and that we will learn and grow together as a result of this process. For Dr. Matt Pinson as he leads the day-to-day operations of the college, the Relocation Task Force, and the Relocation Fundraising Team. For “good weather” so that the construction […]

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Gifts In Kind

I am writing you excited that our construction on the new campus for Welch College in Gallatin, Tennessee, is well underway.

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Relocation Update

It was exciting to walk out on the new campus after grading had been done on the site to reveal where each building will be located.

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Press Release

I am thrilled to report that the college has closed on the sale of its West End Avenue campus and is set to begin construction on its new campus site!

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President’s Home to be Built on Gallatin Campus

By resolution of the Board of Trustees, Welch College will construct a president’s home on its new 66-acre campus site in Gallatin, Tennessee, according to David Williford, vice president for institutional advancement. “The most recent plans for phase one did not include a president’s home; President Pinson felt that all resources and energies needed to […]

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