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Tennessee Transfer Pathways:
What does this mean to Motlow Students?
In support of the Complete College Tennessee Act of 2010, The University of Tennessee (UT) and Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) systems collaborated to create the "Tennessee Transfer Pathways" (TTPs). The purpose for creating the TTPs was to provide a timely and cost-effective transition for students from a two-year to a four-year degree. All pathways are effective beginning the fall 2011 semester.
The Tennessee Transfer Pathways promote and recognize the service of community colleges in preparing students for transfer success and ensuring students complete their degrees.
Motlow College proudly participates in the Tennessee Transfer Pathways program. Motlow College students who wish to pursue one of Motlow's 33 TTPs listed under the "Academic Offerings" tab on the college website homepage and who want to complete a bachelor's degree, now have a "guarantee" that their credits will transfer to a public university in Tennessee.
If followed exactly, the pathways also guarantee admission to all public universities in the state, except for the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. While students who follow the TTPs exactly through to associate degree completion are guaranteed admission to the public universities themselves, admission to specialized degree programs, such as nursing, cannot be guaranteed.
For more information on the Academic Programs and TTP majors available through Motlow College, please see Academic Offerings.
For more information on "The Complete College Tennessee Act of 2010" and "Tennessee Transfer Pathways", please see www.tntransferpath.org.
To speak with someone at Motlow about Tennessee Transfer Pathways, please call (931) 393-1520 or email the Admissions Office.