Students seeking to transfer schools can explore Tusculum University’s offerings at two open houses in July

GREENEVILLE – Students who seek to transfer to another higher education institution can learn more during two open houses about the plentiful offerings at Tusculum University.

Tusculum will hold Transfer Talks Thursday, July 8, from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Brotherton Boardroom of the Meen Center on the Greeneville campus as well as at the Knoxville campus, 1305 Centerpoint Blvd. Students seeking to be a traditional transfer student or an adult and online student can meet with representatives from the Offices of Admission and Financial Aid as well as members of the Student Support Services team and others from the Tusculum family.

In addition, personnel from TN Reconnect, an initiative to help more adults return to higher education to gain new skills, advance in the workplace and fulfill lifelong dreams of completing a degree or credential, will be present. They will be able to discuss potential opportunities for students to receive a grant to pay tuition and fee expenses not covered by state and federal financial aid.

The university will provide a light meal for attendees.

Students can choose a broad array of majors and minors in the bachelor’s program at Tusculum that fall under the Colleges of BusinessCivic and Liberal ArtsEducationNursing; and Science, Technology and Math. Students also have the opportunity to earn an associate degree or pursue an independent program of study. Those who receive a bachelor’s degree can then pursue a master’s degree from the university.

“We look forward to speaking with potential students and helping them make a seamless transition to Tusculum,” said Dr. Ramona Williams, the university’s vice president of enrollment management and financial aid. “As Pioneers, they will be able to work closely with our expert faculty and staff, who will provide an active and experiential education in a caring Christian environment that will equip them to be career-ready professionals. We encourage them to join us on our scenic and historic Greeneville campus and our convenient Knoxville campus to learn more about what awaits them at Tusculum.”

To participate in the event, please email Laura Battel, assistant director of adult and online studies, at