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  • NCAA Eligibility Center

    If you want to play NCAA sports at a Division I or II school, you need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. The NCAA Eligibility Center certifies whether prospective college athletes are eligible to play sports at NCAA Division I or II institutions. It does this by reviewing the student-athlete's academic record, SAT® or ACT scores, and amateur status to ensure conformity with NCAA rules. 

    Tennessee Transfer Pathway

    With the Tennessee Transfer programs, you can begin your college studies at a community college or similar two-year program and earn an associate degree, plus rest assured your credits will transfer to a bachelor’s degree program at any public university and many private universities in Tennessee. 


    This is Tennessee's online, one-stop shop for career, high school, college, and financial aid exploration and planning. By creating a free account on CollegeforTN.org, students create academic plans, take career assessments, explore Tennessee postsecondary institutions, and research financial aid opportunities. 

     Tennessee Reconnect

    Whether it’s time to get serious about returning to school or you’re starting to plan for your undergrad adventure, Tennessee Reconnect's got you covered. And, if you haven't already obtained an associates or bachelor's degree, the Tennessee Reconnect Act establishes a last-dollar scholarship for adults to attend a community college tuition-free* (see link for *eligibility requirements).

    The Big Future 

    This site allows students to search and compare postsecondary options including graduation rates, financial aid, and other information that students identify as important to them.

    The College Scorecard 

    This site, from the U.S. Department of Education, allows students to search postsecondary institutions by programs, location, size and name. It also provides important institutional outcome data like completion rates, average cost, financial aid and debt, and salary after attending.

    Tennessee Inclusive Higher Education - College Programs for Students with Disabilities 

    These non-degree programs provide students with intellectual and developmental disabilities employment and independent living skills. Students take college courses, have internships and jobs, and build relationships with their peers without disabilities. A primary goal of all programs is to provide career exploration through internships that help the student experience a variety of potential work environments.