MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP) -- Middle Tennessee State University's top administrators and deans will meet with prospective students in six cities in September and October as part of its annual "True Blue Tour."
MTSU says that President Sidney A. McPhee, deans of the eight academic colleges, and financial aid and admissions counselors will be available to answer questions from prospective students and their parents in the six cities.
The tour will include receptions in Chattanooga on Sept. 17; Johnson City on Sept. 23; Knoxville on Sept. 24; Nashville on Oct. 8; Memphis on Oct. 21; and Jackson on Oct. 22.
MTSU is also reaching out to about 15,000 Tennessee high school seniors with ACT scores of 19 and higher with a brochure inviting them to attend a tour stop and visit the Murfreesboro campus.
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