In order to qualify for the scholarship:
- You must be a TSU undergraduate student with at least a 3.0 cumulative gpa as a full-time student for the Spring 2013 semester
- Be registered as a full-time student for the Spring 2014 semester
- Complete the application no later than February 14, 2014
Questions concerning the scholarship can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Non-Scholarship students can register for the course through the Records Office located in Suite 305, Floyd-Payne Campus Center or email@example.com
Find Success at TSU!
Find the personal attention, support, and services you need to strengthen your academic achievement and opportunities for success through TSU’s Center for Student Achievement, Retention, and Success (STARS).
The Advisement Center offers advisement services from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday on the main campus for all students with under 60 credits earned. Visit us in Room 116 in the Student Success Center.
TSU in Review
TSU in Review provides tutorial support in many college-level subjects for TSU students. Tutorials are delivered by participating TSU faculty and instructional staff and are scheduled Monday through Friday, 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The service is FREE to TSU students! Check in the Student Success Center (LRC), Room 202 for the specific semester schedule.
Tiger Alert is the University's early-alert monitoring system which provides the assistance needed for the enhancement of students' academic success through academic referral and intervention-based initiatives. Tiger Alert permits faculty to alert individual students who are having difficultly in their classes and allows Academic Advisors to provide those students with services, information, and referrals. Tiger Alert is located in the Student Success Center (LRC), Room 102.
TSU’s Academic Learning Centers
Each of our Academic Learning Centers provide you with in-person and online academic support. Visit us today!
IMPROVE YOUR PLACEMENT BEFORE ENROLLING AT TSU
Before you enroll at TSU, you can improve your placement in reading, writing, and math courses by participating in TSU’s Summer Success Institute. This five-week program helps you as a high school sophomore or junior to prepare to make higher ACT/SAT scores. As a high school senior, you can build your skills in English, math, and reading, and have the opportunity to fulfill learning support requirements before your first fall semester. By taking summer classes on TSU’s beautiful campus, you’ll also develop positive relationships with our faculty members and know where you’re going when you return to class in the fall.
Reach For The STARS
Whether you're a perspective TSU student, a new freshman, or a seasoned TSU attendee, there is a program or service in the Center for Student Achievement, Retention, and Success that can help you attain your educational goals and help you reach the stars!
Explore TSU for yourself.
Visit us and see the campus, learn more about life in Nashville, and discover the heart of our exciting TSU Tiger community.
Apply for admission, request information, or contact Tennessee State University today.