Due to the postponement of standardized test dates and the uncertainty of the COVID-19 virus, Truett McConnell University (TMU) is temporarily allowing Fall 2020 prospective first-year students to bypass submitting results from the ACT, CLT, or SAT.
These students can obtain acceptance to TMU provided they have a sufficient grade-point average and meet all other criteria as part of their admissions application, as published in the university’s Undergraduate Catalog on the Truett McConnell University website.
“At TMU, students are family, and this includes our prospective students attending the university in future semesters,” said Director of Admissions Bryan Wisdom.
“As we saw cases of the virus grow, we could feel the anxiety this created for some of our students that had not yet taken a standardized test. I am thrilled that TMU took this action for our incoming students, and I am hopeful that this will help our future Bears breathe a sigh of relief.”
For more information, please visit truett.edu.
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