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Martin Methodist College seeks to admit and provide an outstanding, private educational experience to students that have exhibited academic excellence and want to be involved in making a difference.
Students may be considered for admission to Martin Methodist College at the beginning of any academic term. Prospective high school students are encouraged to apply as early as possible in their junior and senior years.
For admission to Martin Methodist College students must fulfill at least two of the following requirements:
- A composite score of 18 or above on the ACT or 750 or above on the SAT
- Graduate from high school with a 2.25 grade point average, or
- Rank in the top 50th percentile of their graduating class
Students who do not meet two of the previously stated requirements should contact an admissions counselor to determine if they may be offered admission to the College by the Vice President for Campus Life and Enrollment Management if special circumstances exist. These students may be required to take a reduced class load during their first semester of attendance. Such students also will be subject to placement testing, and required to take appropriate coursework to overcome any apparent deficiencies.
For more information, contact Mae Sanders, at 1.800.467.1273 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mae Sanders, Director of Admissions
Mae works with prospective students with a focus on incoming freshman in the Giles County area. Mae can be reached at 931-363-9813 or email@example.com.
Tyler Cox, Director of Athletic Admissions
Tyler works with prospective student athletes at Martin Methodist College. He can be reached at 931-424-2015 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leah Bailey, Director of Transfer Admissions
Leah works with applicants to the Northfield Campus in Spring Hill, applicants interested in our online degrees, and transfer students interested in our nursing program. She can be reached at 931-363-9812 or email@example.com.
Savannah Liles, Assistant Director of Admissions
Savannah works with both incoming freshman and transfer students with a focus on out-of-state applicants and non-nursing transfers. Savannah's territory covers applicants from North Alabama including Jackson, Madison, Limestone, Lauderdale, Colbert, Franklin, Lawrence (AL), Morgan, Cullman, Marshall (AL), and DeKalb counties. She can be reached at 931-424-7370 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nina Mills, Admissions Counselor
Nina works with prospective students with a focus on incoming freshman. Nina's territory covers applicants from Middle and West Tennessee including, but not limited to, Lawrence (TN), Wayne, Perry, Lewis, Maury, Hickman, Dickson, Cheatham, Davidson, & Robertson counties. She can be reached at 931-424-2041 or email@example.com.
Alyssa Evans, Admissions Counselor
Alyssa works with prospective students with a focus on incoming freshman. Alyssa's territory covers applicants from Middle and East Tennessee including, but not limited to, Lincoln, Marshall (TN), Bedford, Moore, Franklin, Coffee, Williamson, Rutherford, Cannon, Wilson, & Sumner counties.
Tammy Hughes, Administrative Assistant
Tammy can be reached at 931-363-9800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robin Hood, Administrative Assistant
Robin can be reached at 931-363-9868 or email@example.com.