Pre-Registration Days

Welcome to the TMU family! We are excited that you will be on campus for Pre-Registration Day.

We hope that this event will be informative and that you will get your questions answered regarding scheduling, testing, affordability and student life. You will more about Pre-Registration Day through the information provided below.


9-10 a.m.

  • Cohort A – ACCUPLACER* Placement Testing
  • Cohort B – Billing/Financial Aid appointments

10-11 a.m.

  • Cohort A – Student Life Parent Session/ Student Life Session
  • Cohort B – Student Life Parent Session/ Student Life Session

11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

  • Cohort B — ACCUPLACER* Placement Testing
  • Cohort A – Billing/Financial Aid appointments

12-1 p.m.

Lunch (On your own off campus or feel free to picnic on the front lawn).

1-3 p.m.

Cohort B and A – (Billing / Financial Aid appointments)

* Students for whom Accuplacer is required will be given up to 1 ½ hours to complete the test if needed. This will not adversely affect their schedules for the rest of the day. Anything that is missed before lunch can be made up after lunch.

About Pre-Registration Days



Course Registration

How do I register for classes?

The Registrar’s Office assigns the first semester schedules for all incoming fall students based on your declared major. Your schedule will be sent to you prior to the start of classes.

In order for us to create your schedule you will need to complete or submit the following:

  • Be at least provisionally accepted to the college
  • Submit the Enrollment Application
  • Pay the enrollment fee
  • Take the Accuplacer math placement exam if required. View conditions for exemption.
  • Transfer students – submit a final transcript of all work completed at all colleges and universities previously attended
  • Submit official AP scores if applicable
  • Submit official copy of MOWR college transcript if applicable

For students taking the Accuplacer math placement exam, your schedule will be sent to you in the week after you complete the placement exam provided all other steps above have been completed.

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Financial Aid

Net Partner is our financial aid portal for students. In Net Partner, students can:

  • Complete and submit the TMU Online Financial Aid application
  • View other “missing documents” necessary for awarding and link to the appropriate document or website needed to complete the missing document
  • View awards and accept “Pending” financial aid awards
  • Download forms that may be needed in the awarding process

Net Partner Portal
Log in to Net Partner Student Portal

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Placement Testing

As part of the enrollment process, you will be required to complete a mathematics assessment exam prior to registering for classes. Any student who has completed the appropriate MOWR (Dual Enrollment) math classes or transfer math classes (and meets the required minimum score) will be exempt from this test. Truett McConnell University utilizes Accuplacer to assist in assessment for student success.

Placement Testing
Learn more about and register for Accuplacer testing

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The Business Office is available to assist you with making tuition and fees payments.

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Student Development

The Student Development staff is thrilled you have decided to attend Truett McConnell University this fall. Our goal is for you to thrive academically, socially and spiritually and to help prepare you for your future. The pre-registration process is a vital first step in ensuring your success at TMU. During Pre-Registration Day, you will have the opportunity to hear about student life on campus, including new student orientation to activities and events we offer throughout the year, along with the opportunity to connect with other incoming students. We look forward to seeing you at pre-registration and in the fall semester!

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