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  • MTSU has the largest dedicated space for veterans on a Tennessee campus
  • Veterans at MTSU can follow a seven-step procedure to success
  • Three-star general advises MTSU on veteran services
  • A memorial built to honor MTSU's veterans and to raise awareness in the MTSU community

Step #5 - Additional Helpful Information

There are many resources available to help MTSU students, but often they are not utilized because students are unaware they exist. The following provide valuable resource links to some of those resources.


MTSU Identification Card

Your MTSU student identification card will gain you access to sporting events, activities and other services around campus. Not to mention discounts at local store around Murfreesboro. Please visit the MTSU Identification Office to obtain your ID card.

Parking Premit

Upon payment of all registration fees which covers your parking pass, students are eligible to receive a green parking permit.

To register for your parking permit log-in to your PipelineMT account using your user name and password, click on RaiderNet, click on Student, choose the registration option and scroll down to the bottom and click on Parking Permit Registration. Once you have registered online bring a photo identification to office to pick up your permit (everyone must pick up their own permit).

Parking and Transportation Services is located at 1403 East Main Street.  Regular office hours are 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.

Withdrawal Office

To withdrawal from registered classes, please first see Mr. Ray Howell or Ms. Shannon Brown to determine the impact on the GI BIll.  Next visit with the University College Advising Center at (615) 898-2339.

Off-Campus / Adult Learner Resources

MTSU Adult Student Services

Student Services

Getting Involved

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