TechExpress is a powerful resource you'll use often! You'll find all your most-used Tennessee Tech resources, including your Tech email, WiFi password, T-Number, University news and events, the campus directory, and so much more. TechExpress also automatically logs you into all campus websites. You won't need to remember multiple usernames and passwords for different sites; as long as you're logged into TechExpress, you're good to go!
Eagle Online: This is the student portal you will use to access class schedules, scholarships, and other student information throughout your college career.
Tech Email: Every new student at Tech is given a Tech email account. Your email will be the primary communication method for Financial Aid, Scholarships, and more, so keep your eyes peeled for exciting updates.
Tennessee Tech has a single scholarship application that automatically puts you in the running for over 675 scholarships many of which are renewable for up to four years. Be sure to apply as early as possible. The scholarship deadlines are listed below:
New Freshmen - December 15 for the next Fall semester
Transfer Students - October 15 for the next Spring semester and June 1 for the next Fall semester
If you have any questions about your scholarships, email email@example.com.
In order to be eligible for financial aid, you must have a FAFSA on file. This is something you must do every year as a college student, but it is particularly important to ensure you get as much aid as you can in your freshman year. To automatically send us your FAFSA information, add Tennessee Tech to your FAFSA application using our official code: 003523.
If you have questions about your financial aid, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Being awarded a scholarship does not mean you automatically receive it; you must either accept or decline the award before the deadline, given on the award letter or email, in order to secure it. Make sure you check your Tech email often for notices of awards. You can check your award status and accept scholarships via Eagle Online.
If you have questions about your scholarships, email email@example.com.
One of the most exciting parts of your college experience is living on campus! We have 15 residential halls available, as well as Tech Village apartments, so you can find the best fit for you.
If you have any questions about living on campus, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tech has many great options for dining on campus, including The Caf and the Swoops Food Court, where you can find Tech favorites like Chic-Fil-A, Starbucks, Steak'n'Shake, and more.
Orientation is your next step in the enrollment process. The Office of New Student & Family Programs has created a variety of orientation programs for new students and their families to help ease your transition to campus. During orientation, you will learn about campus resources, academics and life as a Golden Eagle.
The following documents are required before attending orientation.
- Submit Health Services Documentation
- Check for Missing Admissions Requirements
- Verify Selective Service (if male and 18+)
- Apply for Housing (if living on campus)
For more information on the above documents and a list of your missing items, check
Contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com or (931) 372-3888.