Spring Orientation FAQs
We have compiled a short list of common questions asked by students regarding Spring Orientation. If you don't find the answer here, then let us know by using the "Contact Us" link!
- Can my parents/guardians come with me to Spring Orientation?
- I am not sure what the "Living & Learning Villages" are, how do I get more information?
- I am a transfer student, but I am starting TTU in the Fall semester...
- How do I get advised for Spring Term if I am a Transfer or First Year (Freshman) Student?
- What are the attendance fees for attending Spring Orientation?
- I am living on campus this Fall, when can I move in to my Residence Hall?
- I reserved a Spring Orientation date, but I won't be able to attend. How can I reschedule to another available session?
- Will I have to pay my tuition at Spring Orientation?
- I no longer plan on attending Tech, what do I need to do?
Yes, we encourage students' parents/guardians come with them to Spring Orientation. However, due to limited seating, we limit this request to 1 guest per student.
"Living and Learning Villages" have been established at many universities nationwide and provide an opportunity for students to get involved within their campus community. Each year TTU establishes a new "Village" focused around a common theme. Students living on or off campus are encouraged to participate. For more information, please visit http://www.tntech.edu/reslife/livinglearningvillages/.
If you are an incoming Transfer student starting TTU in the Fall semester then you may sign up for Transfer Orientation once your admission to the University is complete. This is similar to our Spring Orientation session and is condensed to help new transfer students to quickly adjust to our campus. More information about Transfer Orientation may be found at http://www.tntech.edu/torientation/.
Advisement/registration sessions for Spring admitted transfer and new first year students are available by appointment only. Transfer and first year students should contact their academic department for a personalized advisement and registration appointment. Advisement for the Spring 2014 Term begins on (TBD) and continues through (TBD). Students must be admitted before making an advisement appointment.
Currently, Spring Orientation is free for Spring 2014 admitted Transfer and First Year (Freshman) students and their guest.
Only transfer and first year students who attend Spring Orientation in January will be able to move in to their assigned hall on (TBD). Students who will be living in the residence halls and attending Spring Orientation will need to contact the Office of Residential Life prior to January 6 to complete arrangements to move-in. Please visit the Residential Life website at http://www.tntech.edu/reslife/ or call (931) 372-3414 for more information. *Remember: Spring Orientation begins at 12:00pm Cental on (TBD).
I have registered for Spring Orientation, but I won't be able to attend. How can I reschedule to another available session?
One Spring Orientation session is available at the beginning of the Spring semester. If a student is unable to make it to the schedule session, they will not be able to reschedule. We encourage students to make plans accordingly and attend the schedule session prior to the start of their upcoming admitted semester. Students who need to cancel their reservation may do so by Contacting Us.
Students who register for classes after the "Early Registration" period for the Spring term will have to "Pay/Confirm" their schedule by (TBD). Students who register for classes during the " Regular Registration" period will need to "Pay/Confirm" their schedule by (TBD). For more information regarding how to confirm enrollment and pay tuition & fees visit http://www.tntech.edu/bursar/confirmenroll/. Students who do not pay & confirm by the above deadlines will have their schedules purged and will be required to re-register for the upcoming semester.
Students who no longer plan on attending TTU should complete the Not Attending Form. If you are unable to access this form please call the Office of Admissions 1-800-255-8881 or the Office of Orientation and Student Success (931) 372-3245 and we will be able to assist you with your decision.