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A readmission applicant is a student who has previously been enrolled at the university as a degree-seeking student but had a break in enrollment or graduated.
Non-degree Seeking Student
A student who has earned a bachelor’s degree from UT or another institution may apply for admission as a non-degree seeking student. If you have previously enrolled at UT, you will need to complete a readmission application.
College Visiting Student
A student who attends another college or university as a full-time student in good standing and who intends to return to that college may attend UT for one semester as a college visiting student.
High School Visiting and Dual Enrollment Student
High school students may attend UT as part-time high school visiting students or dual enrollment students with the permission of their parents, principal, school counselor, as well as the approval of the director of admissions.
The University of Tennessee recognizes non-traditional approaches to standard high school completion. All applicants are evaluated identically in terms of course completion and course content achievement. Standardized testing (ACT or SAT) is required and will be used to assist in determining academic preparedness. If unable to determine academic preparedness based upon submitted materials, The University of Tennessee may request degree completion through a GED or HiSET.
Homeschool students can be eligible for Volunteer Scholarship. The criteria for awarding the scholarship is available on One Stop’s website. For information about HOPE Scholarship and General Assembly Scholarship eligibility, please refer to TSAC’s website.