We know you have a lot of questions about the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on your college-going process. We don’t yet know whether students will be on campuses in the fall, but we do know that some decisions have already been made that may affect your process. Those decisions include deposit due dates pushed back, college applications changed (test optional, etc.), in-person College Board tests canceled and the move to virtual tours.
Current Information

See below for the latest information about college applications and a checklist for applying in light of the COVID-19 crisis.

Graduating High School Seniors
(Class of 2020)

Attend an online spring meeting by May 15th to maintain TN Promise eligibility. Register here.

Request transcripts be sent to your college. Reach out to your high school counselor or request online through Order-A-Transcript. Here’s how.

Need to apply to Nashville State Community College? Here's how.

Set-up online access and get logged into your college account. (Click on your school below for instructions.)

Middle Tennessee State University
Nashville State Community College
Tennessee State University
University of Tennessee (Knoxville)
Volunteer State Community College

Complete your FASFA verification, if necessary.

Rising High School Seniors
(Class of 2021)

Continue to prepare for the ACT. The April 4 test administration has been moved to June 11. Additional information and resources can be found here.

Take virtual college tours.

Follow the college admissions check list here.

For any additional support you can request a consultation with the Oasis College Connection.

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Current College Students:

Register for fall classes.

Ensure your FASFA is complete. Contact your school financial aid to make sure there are no verification issues.

Content developed in collaboration with Persist Nashville and Oasis College Connection.