Qualified students in their senior year of high school may be admitted for college-level work. Students desiring to participate in this program should have earned a minimum score of 1010 (combined) on the SAT or a minimum score of 23 on the ACT and have earned a 3.0 GPA on all academic work in high school courses. Students must be enrolled in a college preparatory curriculum in high school. Students admitted to this program receive college credit for all courses successfully completed at Truett-McConnell College. Acceptance of college credit for meeting high school graduation requirements is at the discretion of the student's local school system.
Admission procedures for joint-enrollment students are the same as those outlined in the first-time freshman section. In addition to those procedures, joint-enrollment applicants must submit a letter of recommendation from their high school counselors.
Students attending high school in Georgia and considering Joint Enrollment may qualify for scholarship funding through the Accel Program.
Students who desire to transfer from other colleges and universities must be in good standing with a minimum 2.0 GPA at the time of transfer. Students on academic or disciplinary probation will have their cases reviewed individually by Truett-McConnell College.
Transfer students may receive credit for the courses in which they have obtained a grade of C or higher. If the student's overall average is at least 2.0, 6-8 semester hours of the total hours transferred may be from courses in which a grade of D was received.
Truett-McConnell will not award transfer credit for a D in English 101, or for work done at an institution outside of the United States unless completed with a branch of a regionally accredited institution.
Admission procedures for transfer students are as follows:
To be considered for admission to the college, an applicant must satisfy the essential criteria as stated below:
At least fifteen (15) of the applicant's high school courses should be in the areas of English, mathematics, science, social studies and foreign languages.
In addition, non-high school graduates who are under the age of 18 may be required to schedule an admissions interview.