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Anna Muir

Earn college credit before graduating high school. Dual enrollment courses include business, English, fine arts, mathematics and science, social sciences including history, world languages, and several elective courses. Request Info.

*Undergraduate courses offered on campus

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Students: Great news! Truett McConnell University is now partnering with Handshake, your new career management platform, to help you discover new career paths and find amazing jobs and internships. Check your student email and claim your account, and get this career thing figured out! ...

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TMU Debate Team shares success even during pandemic. Read more for Head Coach Samuel Thomas on the TMU homepage (link in bio). #wearetmu 🔸🔹 ...

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The third annual creative writing contest is currently open to any student in the university! Submissions can be submitted beginning now until March 1, 2021. Contest rules can be found on the TMU student page. ✍🏼 ...

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"Joy doesn’t come from appeasing others. True joy comes when you realize you are approved by God and don’t need to be approved by the world." - Dr. Emir Caner, TMU President #chapelquotes ...

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Honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ...

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This semester, we are excited to introduce you to Handshake, your career management platform, to help you discover new career paths and find amazing jobs and internships!

In the coming days, keep an eye out for a Handshake email that will prompt you to claim your account and get started! Please note that the email may be labeled “external” in the subject line. 📧

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Welcome back to class, Bears! 🐻 We are praying for a G-R-E-A-T spring semester for each of you! You’ve got this! 📚 #wearetmu ...

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One more week! Who is ready for on campus classes to resume?!? We can’t wait to see you, students! ...

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“I grew up playing various sports, but volleyball has always been my favorite. My dad and older sisters were always willing to play with me, fueling my desire to compete at a higher level. I was fortunate to have a great high school coach who helped increase my volleyball IQ, while helping me grow to love the game.

Volleyball is more than a game; it has allowed me to travel to many places and meet so many different people. Becoming a college athlete provided me with a built-in family and I am grateful for the many learning opportunities in leadership development while serving as team captain for the last 4 years. I know these experiences will serve me well as I transition into a classroom teacher next fall.” #humansofTMU

-Abby Maxwell, TMU senior education major

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