FAQs on Registration
Q - How do I confirm my enrollment?
If your fees are fully covered by a scholarship, graduate assistantship, or other financial aid, you must still confirm your enrollment by the deadline each semester in order to retain your schedule. Failure to confirm will result in schedule cancellation. You can find the Payment and Confirmation Deadline dates by clicking here. Enrollment may be confirmed on Eagle Online, or by directly notifying a Business Office cashier (hours, 8:00 - 12:00, 1:00 - 3:30). Confirmations by mail must be received by the deadline. Failure to confirm enrollment by the deadline will result in schedule cancellation. Students who pay fees and confirm enrollment by the deadline but decide not to attend must withdraw by notifying the Office of Student Affairs, (931-372-3411 or FAX 931-372-6335).
To learn more about how to confirm your enrollment click here.
Q - Where can I pick up my Excess Aid Check?
Excess aid checks will not be processed until mid- September. For more information go to the Bursar's Office web site. You can also complete online a direct deposit request in order to have your excess financial aid direct deposited and save yourself the trouble of waiting for your check.
Q - Where do I go to fill out an Entrance Interview for Direct Loans?
Q - How do I apply for a University Loan?
University Loans are available as long as funds last. The maximum amount of the loan can't exceed the amount of funds you need to confirm your schedule. The application is made available online ONLY and not until the first day of class for the semester. CHECK with the Financial Aid Office for the exact date every semester of when the loan application will be available. You will receive enough to set up a deferred payment plan (1/4 of what you owe plus $50) and this will allow you 30 days to get your financial aid in order. You must be registered in order to apply for a University loan.
Students must complete the application online and submit to Financial Aid. Financial Aid will review and send the application back to you. Please note: ***Students will need two co-makers for the promissory note***.
Remember to turn in your Promissory Note to the Loans Accounting Office in Derryberry Hall. Funds for these loans are limited. If you have any further questions concerning the University Loan, or wish to apply for a University Loan after the first day of classes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. These loans must be repaid approximately 90 days after the first day of class - the exact date will be given to you upon the loan being finalized. Ask at the time of loan request if you have ANY questions.
Q - How do I get a SGA Book Loan?
SGA Loans are available as long as funds last. The maximum amount of these loans will not exceed $300. The application is made available online ONLY and normally after classes have started for the semester. CHECK with the Financial Aid Office for the exact date every semester of when the loan application will be available. Your schedule must be confirmed to apply.
After you apply online - you must complete your Promissory Note in the Loans Accounting Office in Derryberry Hall. If you have any further questions concerning the SGA Loan, or wish to apply for a SGA Loan, please contact email@example.com. These loans must be repaid approximately 60 days after the first day of class - the exact date will be given to you upon the loan being finalized. Ask at the time of loan request if you have ANY questions.
Q - When & where may I pick up my work assignment?
Check your Tennessee Tech email account for information about work assignments.
If you do not have a current I-9 card, you will need to present acceptable official documentation to a Human Resources employee. If you have any questions regarding your work assignment please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.