The University of Tennessee - Martin

Martin, Tennessee
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  • Public
    4 year
  • 1:18
    Faculty to Student Ratio
  • 6%
    Transfer Student Ratio
The primary purpose of The University of Tennessee at Martin is to provide a quality undergraduate education in a traditional collegiate atmosphere characterized at all levels by close collaboration among students, faculty, and staff.  Located in Northwest Tennessee, the university predominantly serves undergraduate students (94 percent of total enrollment).  UT Martin is a selective institution that provides outreach programs and special services for sub-populations including first-generation, adult, and transfer students. The campus is committed to encouraging community engagement and leadership enhancement and has received national recognition for its commitment to volunteering, service learning, and civic engagement.
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Total Enrollment 6,700
Programs 178
Courses 3,630
Equivalencies 114,863 incoming
12,190 outgoing
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Financial Information

Scholarships and Financial Aid:
Apply as early as possible after January 1 because some of the awards are on a first come, first serve basis. Go to Our school code is 003531. The FAFSA is FREE- Do not pay someone to complete it for you.
Tuition and Fees:
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Information for Transfer In Students

Adult Degree Completion Programs:
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies
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Additional Information

Veteran Friendly:
We assist Veterans, active military, and their families with the transition from military or civilian life into a successful academic community. We are dedicated to offering services and resources to enhance academic and professional success. Visit for additional information.
The Margaret N. Perry Children's Center provides quality care for children of UT Martin students, faculty and staff, and community members. Student-parents are given first priority, and children with special needs are included at the center. The state-of-the-art facility is licensed and provides part-day and full-day care for children six weeks to 12 years of age.
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Transfer Application Requirements

Official Transcripts:
Request official high school transcripts and transcripts from all colleges attended be sent to the Admissions Office.
SAT/ACT Scores:
Students with less than 12 hours of college-level courses will be considered for admissions based on high school GPA & ACT/SAT.
An essay or personal statement is not required.
Application Fee:
Submit a non-refundable, one time application fee of $30.
An interview is not required.
Request More Information:
Apply Here:
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Transfer Credit Policy

Minimum Grade:
You must earn at least 30 credits in residence at UT Martin to receive a bachelor's degree.
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The University of Tennessee - Martin

544 University Street
Martin, Tennessee 38238-0002
Main Phone:
(731) 881-7000


Transfer Admission Contact:
Maci Reaves
Recruiter, Admissions
(731) 881-3755
Transfer Services Contact:
Carah Hooten-Dellinger
Student Accounts
(731) 881-3035
Veterans Services Contact:
Jason Earley
Veteran Services Coordinator
(731) 881-1689
Adult Learner Contact:
Melanie Morris
Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Studies
(731) 881-7701

Branch Campuses/Additional Locations

Jackson Center
2046 North Parkway
Jackson, TN 38301
(731) 425-9277
Parsons Center
975 Tennessee Avenue North
Parsons, TN 38363
(731) 847-3880; (731) 847-3883
Ripley Center
315 South Washington Street
Ripley, TN 38063
(731) 221-8778; 1-866-295-8956
Selmer Center
1269 Tennessee Ave.
Selmer, TN 38375
(731) 646-1636
Somerville Center
214 Lakeview Road
Somerville, TN 38068
(901) 465-7313
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Last updated on 12/6/2023 by The University of Tennessee - Martin.