About: The Public Safety Department of Truett-McConnell College exists to ensure faculty, staff, student, and campus safety throughout the school year. It is only through cooperation that the Public Safety Department and its employees can best serve the campus.
The student in whose name a permit is issued is always responsible for the operation and parking of his or her vehicle, regardless of who is actually driving it. This does not absolve the driver from blame if he or she is anyone other than the normal operator or owner in whose name the vehicle is registered.
Every person who operates a vehicle on the campus of Truett-McConnell College is required to obey all city ordinances and state laws relating to the operation, insuring, and registration of motor vehicles. A citation will be issued to anyone who violates any such law or ordinance, or any regulation of Truett-McConnell College. Each violation will result in a $25.00 fine unless otherwise noted. These fines will be added to the student’s bill through the Business Office.
* $75 fine for this violation.
Public Safety officers are authorized to issue citations for violations or turn incidents over to local law enforcement. Motor vehicle privileges will be suspended for any person who receives more than three citations during an academic year.
Download the student parking map.
Mission Statement: To provide active intramural and extramural programs that promote sportsmanship among students while encouraging a Christ-centered atmosphere of competition.
How do I sign up for a team? For team sports, a student may put together his or her own roster or request to be placed on a team by the intramurals coordinator. Rosters and rule packets are available outside the intramural office on the second floor of the Nix Student Center.
Do I have to be a great athlete to play? Absolutely not. Although a couple of teams per sport will usually be very competitive, some teams will also play "just to have fun."
What are the eligibility requirements to play? Each intramural participant must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 or be a first semester freshman pursuing his or her first hours of college credit. Participants in collegiate athletics are usually asked not to participate in intramural sports until their sport season is completed.
How much of my time will playing intramural sports take? Flag football and basketball are both season sports that last approximately six weeks. All other sports are tournament sports that last one week or less. All sports are played in the afternoon or early evening with the exception of intramural basketball, which is played at night. Teams playing season sports may expect to play two to three games per week.
Is there a fee for playing intramural sports? Truett-McConnell College does not charge a separate fee for intramural sports. The vast majority of student activities are free and open to all interested participants.
What employment opportunities are available through intramural sports? Student referees and scorekeepers are employed during flag football and basketball season. Applications are available during the hiring period outside the intramural office.
Intramural Sports at TMC
Intramural Release Forms
* Billiards and ping-pong are individual tournaments. All other tournaments or seasons are team sports.
Resident Assistants (RA)
New Dorm Female
Residence Life Philosophy
The Office of Residence Life is firmly based on Christian perspectives and actively supports the college's philosophy concerning education and growth of the whole student. Approximately seventy percent of those students attending the college are residential students.
The residence hall system, by its very nature, lends itself to opportunities for growth and maturity. The Residence Life Staff working with the Office of Student Services is challenged by and dedicated to assisting students in gaining as much as possible from the total college experience.
Residence Life Objectives
Residence Life Staff
The Residence Life staff seeks to respond to the needs and interests of the residential community in developing programs that are interesting, timely, and educational in quality. Although the residence hall programs are not mandatory, each resident is encouraged to attend and get involved. Occasionally, residence hall programs will be open to residents of the other residence halls on the campus.
Some of the hall programs that have taken place within the last two years include these:
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