Freshman Orientation (SOAR)
Connect Virtually with Campus Resources!
Now that you have attended SOAR, take advantage of these virtual opportunities to further connect with various campus resources and departments.
- Counseling Center
Tech's Counseling Center offers brief, short term, solution-focused therapeutic interventions for Tech students. Eligible students are allotted 12 sessions per academic year starting with the Fall Semester. Tennessee Tech is not only committed to the academic development and success of its students, but also to the overall personal well-being of each student, including their mental health.
Join one of the Counseling Center's Virtual Open House sessions to learn more!
- Dates: July 15, July 29, August 5 and August 19
- Time: 3pm (central)
- Where: Instagram Live @tntechcounsel
- Women's Center
Tennessee Tech's Women's Center exists to empower women at the university and in the surrounding community. The Center serves women of diverse backgrounds and is committed to being a multicultural program that sustains and integrates different perspectives and sensibilities.
Join one of the Women's Center's Virtual Open Houses through Zoom!
- Friday, July 31 at 10am (central): Join Zoom Meeting
- Meeting ID: 985 9536 1334; Meeting Passcode: 052923
- Golden Eagle Marching Band
The Golden Eagle Marching Band is a corps-style marching band that performs for a variety of athletic, campus and community events. Averaging 130 players annually, the band is comprised of students pursuing academic degrees from virtually every department on campus. The band entertains thousands of fans each year at home football games, performing custom drill design and music arrangements.
Join the Golden Eagle Marching Band Zoom Q&A for 2020 new and prospective members to learn more!
- Dates: July 22 & July 29
- Time: 6pm (central)
- Where: Zoom - email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom ID and password
- Army ROTC
Tennessee Tech's Army ROTC program provides unrivaled leadership training for success in any career field. Skills acquired through this program include critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork and communication.
Join ROTC through Microsoft Teams to learn more about how you can become a bold, fearless and confident leader.
- Dates: Every Wednesday through the summer
- Times: 9:30am (central), 2pm (central) and 5:30pm (central)
- Where: Microsoft Teams
- Text TEAMS to (931) 575-1956 to join the conversation