No, they are not, and coaching is not a replacement for professional mental health resources. Issues brought up during a coaching session are occasionally more appropriate to speak to a counselor about. In this case, your Coach will talk to you about the Counseling and Psychological Services on campus.
Request your official transcript(s) be sent to the TU Office of Admission by contacting the Registrar at your previously attended institutions. Electronic transcripts are ideal but must be sent directly from the school to TU.
Transcripts that are delivered or mailed by the student are not considered official.
Degree requirements are listed in the TU Bulletin. Students can also view the requirements on the My Progress tab in Student Planning, and can request a degree audit from their Coach if they notice any discrepancies.
Students can also request a degree sheet (balance sheet) from their Coach.
The Transfer Credit Guide provides information about how previously reviewed courses from other institutions transferred into The University of Tulsa. It is an unofficial guide, and final transferability decisions are made once an official transcript has been received in the Office of the Registrar.
There are many reasons you will want or need to meet with your Coach, a few examples are: course registration, advising, degree audit, drop/add/withdraw, goal setting, study tips, time management help, resource referrals, etc.
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