Step 1 (Orientation and Placement Test): New students must complete orientation, and non-exempt students must take the ASSET or THEA test, before registering. New students should register on-campus, in the Fairchild Building.
Step 2 (Advisement): A session with an academic advisor is required. Advisors guide students through the registration process, provide individual attention for course selection, explain assessment results and degree programs, and answer questions about any academic problems.
Step 3 (Financial Aid): All students seeking financial assistance must complete the FAFSA application, available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov, and see their financial aid counselor after selecting courses.
Step 4 (Payment): At least one-half payment of tuition and fees is required upon registration. Cash, checks, and major credit cards are accepted for payment. Students receiving tuition waivers or whose tuition is billed to a company or agency must see
Step 5 (Attend Class): Students must attend all classes, starting the first official day. A student whose name is not on the official class roll should verify their enrollment through MyTSUWeb online or the Registrar's Office. Non-attending students may be administratively withdrawn and have their financial aid cancelled.