Founded in 1946, TTU has a passion for challenging students
academically and encouraging them to grow in their faith.
At Tennessee Temple University, the student takes the driver’s seat in the registration process. This means that, although university faculty, staff, and advisors are available to guide and assist our students, the student alone bears the responsibility to ensure that all the requirements for graduation are met. New students will be assigned an advisor when their admission file is complete and they are admitted to the university. Students may register for classes upon consultation with their advisors. Our advisors are always happy to help students in course registration by recommending classes that compliment the students’ chosen career path while keeping them mindful of their graduation schedules.
There is no registration fee for first time students. Returning students should register for classes during the scheduled pre-registration period to avoid the registration fee. Returning students who do not register at least two weeks before classes begin will be charged a late registration fee.
The academic catalog contains the course requirements for the various academic programs. Students should become very familiar with the requirements of their specific program. For more information about course prerequisites, recommended course loads, part-time studies, class sizes, drop-add periods, audits, and alternative study programs, please consult the academic catalog.
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