Middle Tennessee State University officials said Thursday, July 5, that they stand ready to assist Art Institute of Tennessee – Nashville students affected by the institution’s decision to suspend enrollment.
A notice on the institute’s website said the Nashville location, a branch of its Atlanta location, “is not currently enrolling students” and directed students to call if interested in “an Art Institute program of study at another location or online.”
Dr. Debra Sells, MTSU’s vice president of student affairs and vice provost for enrollment and academic services, said some displaced students have already contacted the university to express an interest in transferring.
The institute’s website listed programs for art, design, animation, film and video production, photography, audio production, and fashion and culinary. Those topics are taught by departments within MTSU’s Colleges of Liberal Arts, Media and Entertainment, and Behavioral and Health Sciences.
Sells said interested students would have to meet MTSU’s admissions requirements. Students must have either a 3.0 high school grade-point average, a score of 22 or higher on the ACT, at least a 19 on the ACT with a 2.7 GPA in high school, or at least 24 college-level credit hours with a 2.0 college GPA.
“Fall semester enrollment at MTSU is still possible for qualified students who submit all credentials and other requirements quickly,” Sells said.
She added that Art Institute students seeking information should contact Jeana Nier, MTSU’s transfer enrollment coordinator, at Jeana.Nier@mtsu.edu or 615-898-5330.
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