Updated November 14, 2018
Martin Methodist College is rolling out a new tuition plan, giving half tuition grants to residents in southern Middle Tennessee. This bold move is in response to the rising cost of a college education and the subsequent barriers to getting a degree created for students and their families.
“We’re proud to offer this tuition grant program to our middle Tennessee families, making a private college education even more affordable and, in most cases, cheaper than the larger state schools,” said Director of Admissions Tyler Cox. “This is an exciting time for Martin Methodist because we are a place of opportunity, and now more students can achieve their goal of getting their bachelor’s degree without cost being a deciding factor.”
For almost 150 years, MMC has been providing students with a quality education, equipping them with a broad knowledge base, the capacity to think critically, the ability to communicate clearly and the depth to solve complex problems.
“Martin Methodist College is a national model for rural church related higher education,” said MMC President Mark La Branche. “We are proud to call southern middle Tennessee our place and developing the potential of the people and places of rural America our purpose.”