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Obtain and complete the degree-seeking application for traditional undergraduate admissions. Indicate the desired term of enrollment and desired major. Submit the application to the Office of Admissions. Submit all supporting materials as outlined in this catalog to the Office of Admissions.
After all application materials have been received by the Office of Admissions, they will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee after which notification of a decision or the need for additional materials will be sent. Acceptance to the University may be granted with stipulations that must be met for continued enrollment. These stipulations supersede any other progression requirements outlined in the catalog or other university documents.
All applicants upon admittance to the University are required to submit a $200 enrollment deposit by May 1 for the fall semester enrollment or by December 15 for the spring semester enrollment. This enrollment deposit is non-refundable after the stated deadlines. All freshmen and transfers will have their deposit applied to their orientation costs. (Orientation is required.) All readmission and non-degree seeking applicants will have the full amount applied to their student account. Check or money order made payable to Trevecca Nazarene University must be submitted to the Office of Admissions.
Submit the online Residency Information Application for on-campus housing or off-campus commuter to the Office of Student Development. The online application will be provided after a student is admitted to the University and the deposit is received. Residence Hall and roommate assignments are based on the date the $200 enrollment deposit was received. A housing interview is required for students 23 years of age or older who wish to live in a residence hall. Those who wish to live off campus must receive permission from the Office of Student Development after submission of the Residency Information Application.
Submit the confidential Medical Health History and Immunization Forms to Trevecca's Student Health Clinic prior to registration. These forms are found online at
. All information on the form will be maintained in strictest confidence by the professional medical staff.
For freshman admission, a final high school transcript stating date of graduation must be forwarded immediately after graduation. If one is eligible by GED or another approved alternative to a high school diploma, an official score report and partial high school transcript must be sent directly from each reporting institution. Request that an official academic transcript be forwarded directly to Trevecca from any college/university for any dual enrollment or concurrent credit completed in high school. (An applicant who fails to acknowledge attendance in any college or university where he/she has been previously registered is subject to dismissal from Trevecca Nazarene University.)
Transfer students should submit any final transcripts from current terms and institutions that indicate work completed since admission was granted.
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