Housing & Dining
8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Living on campus provides students the total college experience...
Extend learning beyond the classroom through social and educational activities. Students develop a sense of community that provides the opportunity to form connections with students from diverse backgrounds who have similar interests and aspirations. College isn’t just about classes and curriculum, social interaction and recreation keep minds and bodies active.
Selfies & Self-Care
Living & Dining on Campus
Living on campus gives students the opportunity to form lifelong friendships and affect lasting change on the TU campus. Kristen Davis, Management and Physics
Canelink is a portal dashboard where students can apply for housing and dining, as well as access other helpful services.
Please use this link to report any issue with your assignment, building, or campus grounds that needs to be addressed.
CaneCares is a simple online tool for you to communicate any concerns or observations you may want to share about a friend, a neighbor, or your community.
This is the online form for submitting a non-academic conduct complaint. Do not use this form to report an emergency or other urgent concern.
Mapworks is a survey administered three times during the first year at TU. The goal of Mapworks is to provide personalized feedback and support to survey respondents as you transition to college.
This link is dedicated for University staff to gain access to staff resources.