Important Facts to Know
- Federal regulations require universities to make student consumer information available to prospective and current students concerning graduation rates, default rates, campus safety, average indebtedness and certain information pertaining to NCAA athletic participation. This information may be obtained from the TU Office of Student Financial Services.
All returning students must have a valid TU email address. You will receive all correspondence from the Office of Student Financial Services via your TU email account.
- Read your Award Letter carefully. Accept or reject your financial aid awards electronically. Return to the Office of Student Financial Services your award letter if you are making any changes to your award.
Immediately, report any non-TU scholarship received to the Office of Student Financial Services. This may affect eligibility for current funding.
Immediately, report any change in your enrollment or living situation, e.g., part-time enrollment rather than full-time, commuting from home rather than living on campus, to the Office of Student Financial Services.
- If you are interested in applying for summer federal aid, you need to complete a Summer Financial Aid Application and submit it to the Office of Student Financial Services.
- Financial aid records are protected in accordance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, as amended. If you would like the university to share your information with a family member, complete this FERPA form. This form must be completed each academic year.
- Students should have personal funds available to meet initial expenses such as books and supplies.
Visit the TU Bursar's Office web site for additional information.
For information on TU's financial aid process, requirements, and processes please see the links to the left. They will provide you with the most up-to-date information available.