Other Undergraduate Students

Re-admit

(Former Trevecca student not registered in the previous semester)

  1. Complete the Application for Undergraduate Admission to initiate reactivating previous credentials. (Note: An application fee is NOT required for re-admit applicants.)

  2. A re-admit applicant who has attended other institutions since leaving Trevecca must have an official academic transcript forwarded from EACH institution. The Transfer Recommendation should also be submitted from the college or university most recently attended.

  3. After you are notified by Trevecca's Office of Admissions that you are officially admitted to the University, submit a $200 Enrollment Deposit by May 1 for fall semester enrollment or by December 15 for spring semester enrollment.

  4. Submit the confidential Medical Health History and Immunization Forms to Trevecca's Student Health Clinic prior to registration if the previous health record has been on file beyond two years.

Re-admitted student applications will be processed through a re-admission procedure that includes confirmation from the offices of Student Development, Academic Affairs, Accounting, and the Clinic.

Transient

(Student enrolled in another institution)

  1. Complete the Application for Undergraduate Admission.

  2. Submit a $25.00 nonrefundable application fee with the paper application, unless previously paid. (The fee is waived for an electronic application.)

  3. Submit an official "letter of good standing" from the institution currently being attended. The letter must be mailed directly to Trevecca's Office of Admissions from the academic dean or registrar of the student's present institution.

  4. Submit the confidential Medical Health History and Immunization Forms to Trevecca's Student Health Clinic prior to registration.

  5. After you are notified by Trevecca's Office of Admisisons that you are officially admitted to the University, submit a $200 Enrollment Deposit by May 1 for fall semester enrollment or by December 15 for spring semester enrollment.

Early Admissions Program

The high-achieving and mature students whose school officials, parents, and others from whom the University may seek information believe they can benefit by entering college a year early may be admitted under the Early Admissions Program. To do so, these minimum requirements must be fulfilled:

  1. Completion of the junior year in high school with a grade point average of 3.50.

  2. Completion of at least 12 units of secondary credit, 7 of which must be college preparatory subjects (including English, 3 units; mathematics, natural science and social science).

  3. A minimum composite score of 27 on the ACT (1200 SAT Critical Reading + Math).

  4. Provide favorable recommendations and/or approval from high school officials and others as may be designated by the Office of Admissions. If advisable, personal interviews may be requested. An applicant desiring high school graduation should ascertain from his or her high school officials whether or not college credits earned may also be applied toward requirements for a high school diploma.

  5. It is desirable and may be required that an applicant enter summer school to demonstrate ability to do successful college work. In such cases, a minimum of two courses would be carried and a grade point average of 2.0 necessary.

  6. Completion of all regular admission requirements.

Admission of Homeschooled Students

Admission of a homeschooler to Trevecca requires the same documentation as any other Trevecca freshman applicant (i.e. submitting official ACT/SAT scores, qualifying under the Freshmen Admissions Policy, etc.). The main difference is in the generation of the homeschooler's high school transcript. Trevecca requires a high school transcript with all the subjects and grades taken by the student.

If the homeschooler's education is:

  1. associated with a correspondence-school based organization, then the correspondence organization should provide the University with the official high school transcript.

  2. parent and student designed curriculum, then the parent as the primary instructor should provide the University with the official high school transcript.

Trevecca recognizes homeschool transcripts under parental authorization. Umbrella school and correspondence school transcripts are also accepted.

Admission of Non-High School Graduates by GED

Applicants may be admitted on the basis of a minimum average score of 45 on the USAFI Test of General Educational Development (GED) high school level if taken before 2002 or 450 if taken after 2001. Transcripts of all high school work must be submitted. Applicants must submit a minimum ACT composite score of 18 (860 Critical Reading + Math on the SAT) to meet the conditions of the Admission Policy for freshmen.