Mission Statement Founded in 1930, Bryan College is situated on a beautiful 100-acre wooded hilltop in the Tennessee
Valley community of Dayton, Tennessee. Bryan College is an independent, coeducational, four-year, undergraduate Christian
liberal arts college named for William Jennings Bryan (1860-1925), a prominent statesman in American political life. As an
orator and national leader, Mr. Bryan promoted the interests of the “common man” and defended the authority of
the Bible as a foundation for public and private values.
Patrick Henry College
The Mission of Patrick Henry College is to train Christian men and women who will lead
our nation and shape our culture with timeless biblical values and fidelity to the spirit of the American founding. In order
to accomplish this vision, the College provides academically excellent higher education with a biblical worldview using classical
liberal arts core curriculum and apprenticeship methodology.
Tennessee Temple University
A Community That Cares
Tennessee Temple University is committed to helping our students become the individuals God intended them to become.
Your Community For Life
At TTU, college is about community, which is formed through fellowship, encouragement,
accountability, and service. Whether you're supporting Crusader athletics or attending weekly chapel and small group meetings,
participating in campus activities or an active member of organizations and service groups, you'll find your place in the
TTU family. With life impacting relationships that will continue long after your college experience, you'll always be a welcome
part of our family.