BECOMING A BLUE RAIDER

BECOMING A
BLUE RAIDER

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Dec. 1: freshmen
Feb. 15: transfers

for scholarship consideration

To apply, visit mtsu.edu/applynow

Whether you’re making the jump from high school, transferring from another institution, or following the lure of one of MTSU’s nationally renowned, signature programs, you could become one of the newest Blue Raiders.

MTSU has the resources of a large public university, but it feels like a small school. Faculty members are deeply interested in student success, and it shows in the personal attention they give. MTSU attracts more transfer students and adult learners than an other university in the state. Many alumni return to MTSU for graduate school.

Best Advice?

Apply early. The sooner you submit your application, the sooner we can tell you about your admission status. Plan ahead. Follow through to make sure all your documents arrive on time.

Read the directions. First, read the admission requirements in the undergraduate catalog and the instructions that are included. Second, refer to the schedule of classes for the semester you’re planning for. In particular, read the introductory information, which includes how to register, when to register, how and when to pay your bill, and much more.

Fill out the paperwork. We can’t tell you if you’re admitted or not without having your completed application, test scores, and official transcript(s). We won’t guess about your residency status if you haven’t submitted a residency application and supporting documents. The MT One Stop will not tell you how much aid you will be eligible for if you have not provided the appropriate paperwork.

Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Faculty and staff are here to help you. If you’ve read the directions but still aren’t clear on how something works, call the appropriate office and ask for clarification, or call 615-898-2300 for the number you need.

Visit MTSU!

There’s no better way to learn about MTSU and see what it’s really like to be an MTSU student than to visit campus and see it for yourself. To schedule a campus tour, visit mtsu.edu/visit. Advance reservations are needed for daily campus visits and group tours.

If you can’t make it to campus, MTSU will come to you! Register to attend a recruitment event on our True Blue Tour in a city near you. Visit mtsu.edu/rsvp for details. If you need any help registering for any of our events or tours, call 615-898-5670.

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Middle Tennessee State University

1301 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132-0001
USA 615-898-2300

Undergraduate Admissions

Student Services and Admissions Center Room 120
615-898-2233
admissions@mtsu.edu

Campus Tours

Student Services and Admissions Center Main Desk
615-898-5670
tours@mtsu.edu
mtsu.edu/visit

MT One Stop

mtonestop@mtsu.edu

Financial Aid, Registration, Class Schedules, and Transcript Requests

Student Services and Admissions Center
Room 210
615-898-2111

Fees and Tuition

Student Services and Admissions Center
Room 290
615-898-2111

Bursar’s Office

615-898-2111
bursarmt@mtsu.edu

Student Housing

MTSU Box 6
615-898-2971
housing@mtsu.edu

Parent and Family Association

New Student and Family Programs
MTSU Box 61
615-898-2454
parents@mtsu.edu

Athletics

MTSU Box 77
615-898-2450
owens@goblueraiders.com

Graduate Admissions

College of Graduate Studies
Ingram Building
MTSU Box 42
615-898-2840
graduate@mtsu.edu

Development and Advancement Services

Wood-Stegall Center
MTSU Box 109
615-898-2502
devofc@mtsu.edu

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