Academic Common Market
It Pays to Be Unique!
You may qualify for in-state tuition at MTSU if you are enrolled in an academic major not offered in your home state.
Overview and Eligibility
The Academic Common Market (ACM) is a tuition savings program which allows residents of participating states to qualify for in-state tuition for unique academic majors not offered in their home state. The ACM is coordinated by the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB).
Who is eligible?
You must be a resident of a member state of the SREB to qualify for the ACM:
*Florida and Texas participate in the ACM at the graduate level only.
Which programs are approved for the ACM?
Many MTSU programs are already approved for ACM - you can find a list of programs by state here. Other programs may be eligible for approval if they are not currently offered in your home state.