If you want the best of both worlds—a small campus community with all of the advantages of a thriving metropolitan area— then Welch College is the place for you.
Welch College is located in Gallatin, TN a short drive north from Nashville, Tennessee, the home of at least 38 colleges, universities, and technical schools. This concentration of educational institutions gives the city the well-earned title, Athens of the South.” The city is also undergoing an unprecedented renaissance in several areas. The fine arts culture of Nashville will enable students to expand their knowledge in ways that complement the education they receive. The Tennessee Performing Arts Center, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center,, and The Frist Center for the Visual Arts bring to the city a wide variety of refined music, drama, and art exhibitions. The music and recording industry are, of course, renowned worldwide.
If you want the best of both worlds—a small campus community with all of the advantages of a thriving metropolitan area—then Welch College is the place for you.
Gallatin is located in the heart of the United States – just 25 miles north of Nashville, Tennessee – our state’s capitol and the home of Country Music, Tennessee Titans football, Nashville Predators Hockey, and cutting-edge health care facilities. Gallatin is also within a day’s drive of 75% of the nation and within 500 miles of most major cities east of the Mississippi.
Gallatin sits on both Old Hickory Lake and the Cumberland River which provide lots of opportunities for fishing, boating and other water sports. The City’s Long Hollow Golf Course and Civic Center along with numerous City parks and ball fields attract visitors and tournaments from across the country and North America.
Within a short drive of the campus, you can take advantage of many beautiful parks and recreation areas, professional athletic events, theatre productions, music venues of all types, shopping areas, and historical sites. Free Will Baptist churches in Middle Tennessee welcome college students to find a home there while they are away from their home churches.