Carson-Newman University seeks students who have demonstrated the ability and motivation to gain full benefit from a demanding program of liberal arts education in a Christ-centered context and who will contribute to the campus community as a whole. Students are considered for admission based largely on their academic credentials along with additional factors that demonstrate probability of college success. Admissions decisions are made by the Carson-Newman University Office of Admissions and/or the Admissions Review Committee. For questions, feel free to Contact Your Representative or email email@example.com.
Candidates seeking transfer admission should submit the following to the Office of Admissions:
• Completed application for admission
• Official college or university transcript(s) from all colleges/universities attended
• Official High School transcript and ACT and/or SAT scores (Applicants who have completed fewer than 24 semester hours of transferable credit after high school graduation must also submit high school transcript and test scores.
• Transfer Student Disciplinary Check Record Form
• List of activities/honors (recommended)
• Recommendation letters (optional)
Transfer admissions decisions are based on the following:
• Academic Record and Cumulative GPA
• Academic and Disciplinary standing at current and former institutions
• High School coursework and ACT or SAT scores (if required)
• Other factors such as: extracurricular or leadership activities, special talents or skills, recommendations from teachers and/or counselors