Student Services
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Welcome TigersThe function of Student Services is to plan, develop, implement, evaluate, and manage outstanding programs to enrich the academic and campus experience for students.  Student programs are also designed to complement the Academic Affairs Division of the University and to be consistent with the University's Mission; to that end, programming is focused on the developmental needs of college students in preparation for a successful life, work, and leadership in a global society. Seven Story Complex In TSU's FutureNew Dorm
International Office of International Student Affairs: All international applicants must submit to the Office of International Affairs complete official records (such as transcripts, mark sheets, and certificates) of all academic work. [MORE]
tsu General University Scholarship Office: Scholarships are considered gift aid that does not have to be paid back. They are usually based on a student's academic performance, special talent and/or financial need. Texas Southern University participates in several different scholarship programs. [MORE]
Tutor Tutorial Program:Students can receive extra academic help at no cost to the child or parent as a result of the Federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). This free tutoring is available if a child’s school has been identified as “in need of improvement.” Students attending eligible Title I schools, and who receive free or reduced-price meals, are eligible to participate in the Supplemental Education Services (SES) Tutorial Program. SES tutoring is provided outside of the regular school day (before and after school or on weekends). [MORE]


Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act 
 Dealing with Disruptive Student Behavior 
Complaint Forms
 Drug Free Schools  and Campus Annual Notification
Higher Education Opportunity Act-Requirement Plan