Founded in 1946, Truett McConnell has been equipping leaders through a Biblically-centered education for more than 70 years. Our mission is to prepare students to boldly fulfill the Great Commission in whatever their calling may be. Whether you are called to teach, called to heal, called to preach, or still seeking God’s direction, TMU offers a community that fosters growth, discipleship, and a desire to serve. TMU is accredited and offers 41 undergraduate degree programs and ten graduate degree program that are designed to help you fulfill God’s calling on your life.
Located on 240 scenic acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, our Cleveland, Georgia campus serves as a beautiful backdrop for your college experience. Build lasting relationships, enjoy a vibrant campus life, and develop a deep love for the Lord, all while receiving a first-class education taught from a Christian worldview. Whether you’re participating in intramural sports, worshiping with your peers at Chapel, or learning in the classroom, TMU provides an experience like no other. We invite you to visit us in the North Georgia mountains today and experience what it’s like to be a part of the TMU family for yourself!
Offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees, TMU is home to 9 unique schools spanning 51 degree programs of study. From biology and nursing, to Christian studies and music, TMU has helped thousands of students discover their calling and fulfill the Great Commission in a variety of disciplines. With both in-person and online courses available, you have the flexibility to choose the program of study that is right for you. Click “See our Degree Programs” to see a complete list of degrees.
Named after Fernando McConnell and George W. Truett who began a Christian academy to educate “Mountain Preachers,” Truett McConnell University was founded in 1946 as a school to help prepare individuals for pastoral ministry. Since then, it has grown into a fully accredited Christian liberal arts and sciences university with 51 degree programs and more than 2,900 students enrolled. Visit our history page to learn more about TMU’s legacy.