For Guidance Counselors

Welcome, Counselors!

Thank you for all you do as a partner to us in assisting students in selecting and enrolling at Trevecca. We are always delighted to hear from you and are eager to do all that we can to help you or your students in any way. Please use the links and numbers under the information box on the right to contact us by e-mail or by phone and to find your admissions counselor.

We hope the links below will provide you with quick and easy access to forms, information and resources that you need related to Trevecca. Best wishes for a wonderful school year!

Admission Policies

Admission Policy for Freshmen

A freshman applicant may be considered academically eligible for admission to Trevecca Nazarene University when the following two conditions are met:

  1. A high school grade point average of 2.5 or above based on a 4.0 scale.
  2. An ACT composite score of 18 or above, or SAT Critical Reading + Math score of 860 or above.

If only one of the admissions conditions is met, a freshman applicant may be reviewed for admission on restriction.

Restrictions are:

  1. A study skills course is required during the first semesters of enrollment.
  2. The student's progress will be monitored through interviews and regular progress reports under the supervision of the associate director of academic services for the Center for Leadership, Calling, and Service.
  3. All developmental courses required by placement testing will be taken in specified sequence.

Restriction will be lifted when study skills and all developmental courses are completed successfully.

Admission for High School Graduates

Students graduating from high school must have a regular diploma or higher. High school certificates of attendance, special diplomas or the like are not sufficient for admission. Students falling into this category may be admitted on the basis of passing a GED (see section on Admission of Non-High School Graduates by GED) and submitting ACT or SAT scores under the condition of the Freshman Admissions Policy listed above (ACT composite score of 18 or above; SAT Critical Reading + Math of 860 or above).

Freshman admission requirements include graduation with a least 15 units of credit from an approved secondary school. It is recommended that for the best preparation for college, secondary school credits should include:

  • English—4 units
  • Mathematics—2 units
  • Foreign Language—2 units
  • Natural Science—1 unit
  • Social Science—2 units

This background provides a broad foundation for college studies.

Campus Visits & Events

College Fairs & Award Ceremonies

Please send all information about future college fairs and/or high school award ceremonies to the Office of Admissions.

Trevecca Nazarene University
Office of Admissions
333 Murfreesboro Road
Nashville, TN 37210

615-248-1320 office
615-248-7406 fax
admissions@trevecca.edu

Resources

Transcripts, Test Scores, & School Codes

Transcripts

The official high school transcript should be mailed in a sealed envelope to the following address:

Trevecca Nazarene University
Office of Admissions
333 Murfreesboro Road
Nashville, TN 37210

ACT/SAT

Trevecca accepts the ACT and the SAT (Critical Reading + Math) as the official academic admissions documents. The ACT/SAT is used for placement testing, academic advising, and scholarships.

Advanced Placement (AP)

Applicants who have participated in the Advanced Placement Program, sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Board, while in high school will receive credit for scores of 3, 4, or 5. The official score report must be sent directly to Trevecca.

TNU School Codes

  • ACT: 4016
  • SAT: 1809
  • CEEB: 1809
  • FAFSA: 003526