The Division of Student Affairs, Enrollment and Academic Services provides essential programs and services which support the matriculation, academic achievement, personal development, and quality of life for all MTSU students. Efficient enrollment services assist students in making effective transitions to the university environment. Educational partnerships and academic support programs promote student learning and help students integrate academic development and personal growth. Creation of meaningful campus traditions and an active, involving campus life encourages the development of student leadership, personal responsibility and accountability, and an inclusive and supportive learning community
The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Vice Provost for Enrollment and Academic Services
The chief role of the vice president for Student Affairs and vice provost for Enrollment and Academic Services is to monitor the experience of students on the MTSU campus and to implement services that involve students and that support their persistence and success. Contact the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Vice Provost for Enrollment and Academic Services at (615) 898-2440 or visit www.mtsu.edu/stuaff/.
Career Development Center
The Career Development Center (CDC) is a comprehensive center serving all departments and colleges of MTSU with career exploration, on-campus recruiting, and job searching. For more information, contact the Career Development Center, (615) 898-2500, or visit www.mtsu.edu/career/.
Disability and Access Center
The Disability and Access Center offers a wide variety of services to students with disabilities, including testing accommodations, providing access to the latest in adaptive computer technologies, and acting as a liaison to University departments. MTSU also provides an ADA/504 coordinator, Lance Alexis, CAB 116, (615) 898-2185. For more information, contact Disability and Access Center, (615) 898-2783, or visit www.mtsu.edu/dac/.
Student-Athlete Enhancement Center
The Student-Athlete Enhancement Center is committed to a comprehensive program of life skills that provides educational experience and services in order to assist the student-athlete in meeting the academic requirements established by Middle Tennessee State University and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA); to develop well-balanced lifestyles for student-athletes; to encourage growth in decision-making, planning, and fulfillment of career and life goals; and to enhance the quality of the student-athlete experience within the university setting. For more information, contact the Student Athlete Enhancement Center, (615) 904-8492, or visit www.mtsu.edu/saec/.
Student Support Services
Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded TRIO program that works with students to increase their academic success in persisting to graduation and helps participants achieve their educational goals. The office provides academic, financial, and career counseling; tutoring; academic success workshops; information and assistance with federal financial aid and completion of the FAFSA; information and assistance with graduate school applications; and opportunities to attend cultural events to full-time undergraduate students who have a verified academic need and meet at least one of the following criteria: first-generation college student (neither parent has earned baccalaureate degree), income-eligible per federal guidelines, or have a documented disability. Grant scholarships may be available to full-time sophomore students who also receive the Pell Grant. For more information, contact Student Support Services, (615) 898-5443, or visit www.mtsu.edu/ssupport/.
MT One Stop
Students with questions concerning financial aid, billing, scheduling, transcripts, drop/add, or any other enrollment issues are encouraged to contact an enrollment counselor or drop by the MT One Stop on the second floor of the Student Services and Admissions Center, across the bridge from the Student Union. During the academic year, the MT One Stop provides direct service to students from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday with additional hours at the beginning of each term. For more information, contact (615) 898-2111 or visit www.mtsu.edu/one-stop.
Undergraduate Admissions provides information to prospective freshmen and transfer students on admission to the University, required test scores, and other required credentials. The office also serves reenrolling students (those who previously attended MTSU). For more information, contact the Admissions Office, (615) 898-2111, or visit www.mtsu.edu/admissn/.
Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veterans and Military Family Center
The Daniels Center provides a variety of transition services to assist veterans and their families as they return to civilian life after military service. The center serves as a gathering space for vets studying at MTSU, providing access to computers, a comfortable lounge, and staff dedicated to veteran’s success. MTSU staff is available to assist veterans and eligible disabled veterans’ dependents in requesting educational assistance from the Department of Veterans Affairs. In addition, MTSU hosts a representative of the Vet Success program. That staff member, officially part of the VA, is located in KUC 124, and assists with a variety of support services, including career counseling, vocational planning, and liaison to help answer questions on Ch. 33 and other VA benefits. For more information, contact the Daniels Center at (615) 898-2601 or (615) 898-5040 or visit www.mtsu.edu/military/.
Center for Student Involvement and Leadership
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Fraternity and Sorority Life at Middle Tennessee State University advises 25 fraternities and sororities on campus governed by the Interfraternity Council (IFC), the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), and the College Panhellenic Council (CPH). For more information, contact Fraternity and Sorority Life at (615) 898-5812 or visit www.mtsu.edu/fsl/.
Intercultural and Diversity Affairs
Intercultural and Diversity Affairs promotes cultural awareness, understanding, and a sense of belonging for all students at MTSU. For more information, contact Intercultural and Diversity Affairs, (615) 898-5812, or visit www.mtsu.edu/idac/.
June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students
The June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students provides student support services conducive to learning and personal development for both women students and for adult students who generally work fulltime, are married, have children, and other adult responsibilities beyond their college experiences. The center provides information and referrals about all aspects of academic and social life. For more information, contact June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students, (615) 898-5812, or visit www.mtsu.edu/jac/.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA) at Middle Tennessee State University represents the mechanism through which students are afforded the opportunity to participate in University governance by ensuring an exchange of ideas and opinions between the student body and the administration. For more information, contact the SGA Office, (615) 898-2464, or visit www.mtsu.edu/sga/.
Student Organizations and Service
MTSU students with common interests are encouraged to join together and realize the social and professional benefits to be gained by the exchange of ideas and development of interpersonal relationships through participation in student organizations. MTSU promotes a comprehensive array of both classroom and cocurricular opportunities designed to enhance personal growth, leadership skills, and community involvement. For more information, contact Student Organizations and Service, (615) 898-5812, or visit www.mtsu.edu/leadandserve/.
MTSU offers a variety of ways for students to volunteer on campus and in the Rutherford County community. Students may choose to join a community service-based student organization and participate in group or individual volunteer work as their schedules permit. For more information, contact Student Organizations and Service, (615) 898-5812, or visit www.mtsu.edu/leadandserve/.
Campus Recreation and Spirit Programs
A variety of recreational activities that encourage healthy lifestyles is the focus of Campus Recreation. From intramural sports to swimming, outdoor activities to fitness classes, Campus Recreation offers programming for everyone. For more information about Campus Recreation and Spirit Programs, contact the Campus Recreation Office, (615) 898-2104, or visit www.mtsu.edu/camprec/.
Child Care Lab
The MTSU Child Care Lab provides quality care for children ages 3-5 whose parents are attending or working at MTSU. For more information, contact the Child Care Lab, (615) 898-2970, or visit www.mtsu.edu/childcare/.
Counseling Services offers crisis intervention, assessment, community referral, and limited personal counseling services, all designed to support students in their emotional, intellectual, and social growth. While we strive to be available to all students needing these services, we assume special responsibility for those in need of immediate assistance. Our goal is to understand students’ concerns and to develop and implement counseling and referral plans that respond to their needs as effectively and expediently as possible. Counseling Services also coordinates the University’s testing program, offering such standardized tests as the CLEP, ACT residual, the PRAXIS series, and others. For more information, contact Counseling Services, (615) 898-2670, or visit www.mtsu.edu/countest.
Housing and Residential Life
Research conducted nationally indicates that living on campus is one of the strongest influences on successful completion of an undergraduate degree. Living on campus places students in the center of the University community so they can take advantage of opportunities for involvement in both academic and cocurricular activities. Most students find that MTSU residence halls or apartments are the right choice for making the most of their college careers. By living on campus, they become part of a vital living-learning community and make friendships that will last a lifetime.
Approximately 3,000 students in 16 residence halls, houses, and apartments make their homes on the MTSU campus. While every living area is unique, each offers a community that supports academic excellence at the University. Professional staff and student leaders live and work in the halls, coordinating services and programs that help students achieve success both in and out of the classroom. Referrals to academic support services on the campus, access to computing facilities, opportunities for student leadership training, participation in recreational activities, and availability of a listening ear are just a few of the services available to students living in the residence halls and apartments. Additional information regarding specific living-learning communities can be found at www.mtsu.edu/living-on-campus/living-learning.php.
Living options include traditional halls with shared baths, exterior-entry buildings with suite-style baths, and two- and four-person and family apartments. Communities range in size from fewer than 100 residents in Rutledge Hall to up to 400 residents in Corlew and Cummings. Eight computer labs in on-campus halls and apartments provide residents with convenient access to personal computing. Personnel at 24-hour desks in several areas of campus assist students and guests by providing reception services, information, and assistance with security procedures. Lounges and lobbies within the halls are designed for conversation, studying, and recreation. All rooms and apartments are air-conditioned and include wireless internet access and all utilities. Laundry facilities are available within each complex or hall. Additional information regarding on campus accommodations can be found at www.mtsu.edu/living-on-campus/.
How to Apply
When a student is accepted for admission to the University, he/she does not receive a room or apartment automatically. Rooms and apartments may be reserved only by filing an application and appropriate prepayment with the Housing and Residential Life Office. To apply for residence halls, on-campus apartments, and family student apartments, complete an MTSU Application for Housing and Residential Life and return it with the required fees to MTSU Housing and Residential Life, Middle Tennessee State University, P.O. Box 6, Murfreesboro, TN 37132. Applications may be completed online at www.mtsu.edu/living-on-campus/how-to-apply.php. Housing assignment priorities are based on the date of application; assignments will not be made until vaccination against the Meningococcal disease is confirmed by MTSU Student Health Services. Due to the demand for on-campus housing and limited amount of space available, the University is unable to guarantee housing for all students. Completed applications, signed by the student, indicate acceptance of the terms and conditions outlined in the Housing License Agreement. Please be aware that the agreement is for a full academic year, including both fall and spring semesters. Student agrees to accept accommodations assigned or to cancel and accept prepayment forfeitures as outlined in the license agreement. Housing and Residential Life’s License Agreement can be found at www.mtsu.edu/living-on-campus/docs/License_Agreement.pdf. For more information, contact Housing and Residential Life. (615-898-2971, or visit www.mtsu.edu/living-on-campus/index.php.
Student Conduct strives to promote a learning environment that is safe, positive, and in which the rights of all members of the campus community are respected. Supporting the larger mission of both Middle Tennessee State University and the Division of Student Affairs, we seek to promote student learning, growth, and development by increasing awareness of the University’s expectations of behavior, holding students accountable for violations of these expectations, and developing educational sanctions designed to help students learn from their mistakes. We strive to help students at MTSU see both the immediate consequences and the long-term consequences of their behavior. For more information, contact Student Conduct, (615) 898-2750, or visit www.mtsu.edu/student-conduct.
New Student and Family Programs
New Student and Family Programs provides a variety of services to MTSU students relating to student involvement. For more information about Connection Point, CUSTOMS, Family Weekend, Parent and Family Association, and the Distinguished Lecture Fund, contact New Student and Family Programs, (615) 898-2454, or visit www.mtsu.edu/nsfp/.
Student Health Services
Student Health Services ensures the delivery of affordable, accessible, and high quality health care integrated with the promotion of lifelong wellness for MTSU students. A prepaid student health fee covers the cost of basic office visits, and an on-site Pharmacy provides access to over-the-counter and prescription medication. For more information about student health services, contact Student Health Services, (615) 898-2988, or visit www.mtsu.edu/healthservices/.
Student Programming, also known as SPARE (Student Programming and Raider Entertainment), provides quality, low-cost entertainment for students. SPARE focuses on providing programming in four areas: concerts and variety, films, games, and athletic event promotion. Events are planned, promoted, and implemented by MTSU students for MTSU students with the goal of providing the best entertainment at the lowest cost. For more information, contact the Student Unions and Programming Office, (615) 898-2590 or visit www.mtsu.edu/events/.
The MTSU student union facilities provide convenient, high-quality facilities and efficient services to support University programs and community. The union facilities are designed to enhance campus life and advance the University’s educational mission. For more information about the facilities and the programs, contact the Student Unions and Programming Office, (615) 898-2590, or visit www.mtsu.edu/mtunions/.