From learning to conduct research to mastering time management practices, TU offers a broad range of academic resources tailored to developing learning proficiencies and self-advocacy skills leading to academic and personal success.
Find TU’s central resource on disability-related information, procedures and services that maximize students’ independence.
Tutoring program offers weekly one-on-one lessons with an academic success coach or specific subject training to excel in any course.
From stress and depression to other concerns, the counseling services center is dedicated to fostering social and emotional growth.
Use the CaneCares online tool to report any concerns or observations about a friend, classmate or someone your TU community.
TU ensures students successfully transition from home to college life and then on to the job market. From resume workshops to leadership opportunities, the TU Student Success Center offers varying resources to develop students’ independence and confidence.
New Student Programs
New Student Orientation and the Peer Mentors help students succeed quickly at TU and find balance between academic, cultural, and social experiences on campus.
Explore the variety of student involvement opportunities that provide leadership in clubs, professional organizations, student government and more.
Students are paired with a professional coach who is actively devising a strategy for their success in all four years of college.
Whether it’s exploring career options, finding an internship, planning for grad school or landing that job, Career Development can help.
College is more than classes and homework. It’s a journey of self-discovery. TU students are encouraged to explore hobbies, enjoy new cultural experiences, listen to differing viewpoints, attend concerts and lectures and embrace opportunities to learn about themselves and others.
Joining a student organization is a great way to get involved on campus and meet people, there are hundreds of orgs to chose from.
Forge lasting friendships, develop leadership skills and give back to the community by joining a TU sorority or fraternity.
Promoting intellectual, social and cultural opportunities, SA acts as a catalyst for change within the university and advocate for students.
Creating experiences, from greek life to intramural sports, the Office of Student Affairs oversees many aspects of student life on campus.
Health & Safety
TU is dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing environment for students to not only grow intellectually but also as well-rounded citizens. This includes offering physical and emotional support from experts in health and safety.
Unwind from studying at the Collins Fitness Center which includes more than 200 pieces of equipment, basketball courts and more.
The Alexander Health Center (AHC) provides care and treatment of minor illnesses and minor emergencies for all full- and part-time students.
Working around the clock to protect the well-being of students, faculty, staff and visitors, campus security’s number one concern is safety.
If you or someone you know has been hurt by sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence or stalking, TU is here to help.
From discovering your favorite spot to eat lunch to moving into an apartment for the first time, TU has a variety of resources to help students navigate the campus.
Exceptional customer service and strategic solutions work to improve, enable and empower all members of the university community.
Filled with some eateries and restaurants, students enjoy a wide-range of food options from sushi to that perfect slice of pizza.
Housing & Dining
The TU campus is a place that students can truly call home and the office of housing and dining offers options to meet the lifestyles of all students.
Whether students live on campus or commute, all vehicles need to be registered for a parking pass for the many lots on campus.