MTSU Student Services
- Student Health Services
- Disability & Access Center
- MTSU Counseling Services
- MTSU Testing Services
- MTSU Recreation Center
- MTSU Adult Student Services
Getting Involved on Campus
- Student Organizations
- Older Wiser Learners (OWLs)
- Pinnacle Honor Society (for non-traditional students)
Student Health Services provides MTSU students with a wide variety of services including:
- Air Traffic Control Physicals
- FAA Physicals
- Health Education
- Routine Services
- Travel, Allergy & Immunization Clinic
- Women's Health
The Disability and Access Center (DAC) provides accommodations to students that level the academic playing field. Follow the steps outlined here to request accomodations. Some commonly requested accommodations are:
- Testing accommodations — extra time, a reduced distraction environment, a reader and/or scribe
- Notetaking — provision of note taking technologies such as digital recorders and Livescribe pens, requesting instructor notes/Powerpoints, and peer note taking
- Textbooks and other text in alternate formats like Braille and audio.
- Priority Seating
- Sign Language Interpreting / CART
In addition to the personal well-being services provided by Ms. Betty Struzick in the Daniels Center, MTSU provides counseling services to all students in a non-judgmental and confidential environment. Services include, but are not limited to, crisis counseling, grief counseling, coping with PTSD, addressing problems with drugs and alcohol, and managing depression.
Counseling Services also offers free and anonymous online self-assessments and mental health screenings that provide immediate feedback.
If you would like to take advantage of these serviecs, please make an appointment (615-898-2670) or come by Counseling Services (KUC room 329).
Testing Services offer a variety of standardized and high stakes tests. The following tests are administered by Testing Services:
- CLEP (College Level Examination Program)
- MAT (Miller Analogies Test)
- ACT Residual
- GRE Subject Tests (Graduate Record Examination Subject Tests)
- HESI (MTSU Nursing Admission Assessment)
- LSAT (Law School Admission Test)
- PCAT (Pharmacy College Admissions Test)
- CHES (Certified Health Education Specialist)
- TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
- PRAXIS Series (National Teacher Examinations):
- Core Academic Skills for Educators
- Specialty Area Examinations
The Rec Center offers a wide variety of activities that are available to all MTSU students with their MTSU ID. Enjoy the indoor and outdoor pools, weight room, basketball and volleyball courts, fitness classes, personal training programs, a climbing wall, intramurals, sport clubs, and more!
The June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students (JAC) provides student support services conducive to learning and personal development for both women students and for adult students who generally work full time, are married, have children, and other adult responsibilities beyond their college experiences.
The center provides information and referrals about all aspects of academic and social life in person or by phone in the office, via e-mail, or through the convenient web pages that students can access 24 hours a day.
Student Organizations & Service provides a comprehensive collection of co-curricular opportunities designed to increase personal growth, leadership skills, and community involvement via participation in student organizations and service opportunities. Click here for a comprehensive list of the student organizations at MTSU.
Army ROTC is a college elective that you take with your other college courses. Normally, ROTC covers four years, with two years devoted to the Basic Course and two years to the Advanced Course. In ROTC, students learn self-discipline and study skills, combined with the greatest opportunity for excitement. ROTC offers you the opportunity to: make new friends conquer physical and mental challenges to develop confidence to succeed anywhere.
BRAVO's mission is to provide an inclusive student organization for veterans in and out of the military that provides networking, organizes social and service events, provides veteran specific services and advocates on behalf of student veterans.
OWLs is the Organization for Older, Wiser Learners at MTSU providing support and advocacy for services for all students at MTSU, regardless of age, who have primary responsibilities outside of the University -- jobs, families, etc.
Pinnacle is MTSU's chapter of the national Pinnacle Honor Society for nontraditional students, generally over the age of 25. Our MTSU chapter makes exceptions for students with adult responsibilities who are not yet 25. In addition to the 3.0 GPA required for undergraduates (3.4 for graduate students), Pinnacle looks at previous community service, volunteer work, and honors which the student has earned in life.