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About Tennessee Wesleyan College
A “park-like” setting, Tennessee Wesleyan’s main campus is made up of more than 21 buildings on 40 acres, including a lush landscape of mature trees and beautiful 1800’s architecture. The size of campus allows students to move easily between classes, administrative offices and services, athletic events and college activities.
The Tennessee Wesleyan College and Fort Sanders School of Nursing, in addition to an evening business program, is housed at the college’s satellite location in Knoxville. The Knoxville site is located on Cogdill Road, just off of Pellissippi Parkway. Its facilities provide students with the latest technology and spacious classrooms.
Tennessee Wesleyan College occupies a 40-acre tract of land two blocks north of the courthouse square in downtown Athens, the county seat of McMinn County. Athens is located near I-75, midway between Chattanooga and Knoxville in the heart of the Sweetwater Valley.
The campus includes a variety of attractive and comfortable residence halls. In addition to Fowler Hall and Keith Hall, the college also offers two apartment-style residence halls: Nocatula Apartments and Wesley Commons. Nocatula Apartments has four private bedrooms, two baths, and a common dining, living and kitchen area in each suite. The 102-bed Wesley Commons also has four bedrooms per suite with common living, dining, and kitchen facilities.
All students are required to live on campus unless they meet the following criteria:
- You are married.
- You have custody of a child.
- You are a military veteran eligible for benefits under Public Law 358, G.I. bill effective 6/66.
- You are a resident in the home of your parents or legal guardian who live within the commuting area (25 miles). Parent must provide copy of driver’s license with local address and attach to this application.
- You are an independent student (as defined by financial aid criteria).
- You have established residency in the commuting area for six months immediately prior to this application and do not currently live in the residence halls.
- You are enrolled in your senior year and have an approved schedule which, if successfully completed, will make you eligible for graduation. You must have completed an Intent to Graduate form with the Registrar’s Office for consideration.
- International students requesting off-campus status please note the following:
- You must be enrolled in your senior year and complete requirements above,
- You must have lived on campus for at least one academic year,
- If granted an exemption, you must immediately provide your new address to the Registrar’s Office.
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