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Getting In

 

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. 

 

 

Admissions Requirements

Students may be considered for admission to Martin Methodist College at the beginning of any academic term; however, prospective students are encouraged to apply as early as possible after completion of the junior year of high school.  Residence hall deposits should be made as early as possible to secure a room for residential students.  The College will also consider students who have successfully completed high school equivalency exams such as the GED.

     For admission to Martin Methodist College, students should submit the following requirements:

  •      Official copies of ACT or SAT scores
  •      Official copies of high school transcripts
  •      TOEFL scores if applicable (international applicants)

Typically the College requires a 2.0 grade point average and an ACT that reflects the state average.  Students who do not meet these requirements for admission should contact an admissions counselor to determine if they may be offered admission to the College by the Provost if special circumstances exist.  These students may be required to take a reduced class load during their first semester of attendance, take placement tests, and take appropriate coursework to overcome any apparent deficiencies. 

For more information, contact Tyler Cox, at 1.800.467.1273 or tcox@martinmethodist.edu.

 

Meet Admissions

 

Tyler Cox, Director of Admissions

Tyler oversees the recruitment, admission, and enrollment management of all prospective and current students at Martin Methodist College, including incoming freshmen, transfer students, evening college students, and dual-enrollment students. He can be reached at 931-424-2015 or tcox@martinmethodist.edu.

 

Claire Paul, Transfer Admissions Counselor

Claire is the primary recruiter and admissions counselor for prospective transfer students of all degrees, including prospective nursing students. She can be reached at 931-424-2044 or cpaul@martinmethodist.edu.

 

Kelly Bratton, Evening College Recruiter

Kelly is the primary recruiter and admissions counselor for the evening college program, which includes five degree programs. Kelly can be reached at 931-363-9827 or kbratton@martinmethodist.edu.

 

Will Martin, Athletic Admissions Counselor

Will is the primary admissions counselor for all incoming athletes, including incoming freshmen and transfer students. Will can be reached at 931-363-9813 or wmartin@martinmethodist.edu.

 

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 nmills@martinmethodist.edu.

 

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. She can be reached at 931-424-2042 or aevans@martinmethodist.edu.

 

Tammy Hughes, Administrative Assistant

Tammy can be reached at 931-363-9800 or thughes@martinmethodist.edu.

 

Robin Hood, Administrative Assistant

Robin can be reached at 931-363-9868 or rhood@martinmethodist.edu.

Martin Methodist College

433 West Madison St.
Pulaski, TN 38478

931.363.9804
1.800.467.1273

info@martinmethodist.edu