Stop by the registrar’s office and complete a declaration of major form or email a request to change/declare your major
from your TMU email account to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stop by the registrar’s office and complete a change of address form or email your address change from your TMU email
account to email@example.com.
Login information will be issued by the IT department. Your TMU email address will be the primary form of communication used by the university to relay important information. Check it often!
Self Service is TMU’s student portal. The IT department will issue your Self Service login along with your TMU email login. You may use Self Service for future registration, drop/add, viewing your grades and unofficial transcript, and viewing/paying your tuition and fees.
After the initial semester of enrollment, each student is assigned an academic advisor and is provided academic advising services prior to all future registrations and schedule changes. To find out who your advisor is, login to Self Service. Choose the Classes tab, then click Schedule, then choose Student Schedule. Scroll down and your advisor name will be listed on the bottom left of the schedule.
Students are placed into the appropriate level of math based on their ACCUPLACER placement scores
See the Academic Calendar under Academics on the TMU website for drop/add dates and last day to withdraw from a course without academic penalty. During the published drop/add period, discuss your course changes with your advisor and then enter them in Self Service for advisor approval. After the drop/add period, courses may not be added but may be withdrawn from until the published last day to withdraw without academic penalty. A course drop form should be
obtained from the Registrar’s Office. Upon submission of a completed form, the student will be assigned a grade of “W” for the withdrawn course. (TMU ONLINE students may email course withdrawal requests to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Students who decide not to attend TMU after receiving a course schedule must notify the registrar’s office (email@example.com) of intent to withdraw prior to the first day of class to avoid financial and academic penalty.
Students need to enroll for a minimum of 12 semester hours to be considered full-time. In order to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in four years, students will need to complete at least 30 semester hours each year. Students who place in developmental classes may take longer to graduate.
All on campus TMU students will be registered for chapel and are required to attend. Chapel will be listed as HU 100 on your course schedule. Chapel is held on Tuesdays at 9:30 am in the Student Wellness Center.
All entering students must register for these courses – FD 100A in fall and FD 100B in spring. The Discipleship course will meet on Thursdays at 9:30 am. Information on class meetings will be sent to your TMU email address.
A copy of the degree requirements checklist for your declared major is sent to you along with your schedule for the first semester you are registered at TMU. The degree requirements checklist shows all courses you will be required to take to complete the degree in your declared major. If you have prior college credit, the applicable credits are marked on this degree checklist. Keep this copy! While you will be assigned a faculty advisor to assist you in the course selection process each semester, it is ultimately your responsibility to take all classes required to complete your degree. If you change your major, ask the Registrar’s office for a copy of the degree checklist for your new major.
Please visit our textbook vendor, MBS Direct, to order textbooks.
For questions on textbook ordering, contact The Outpost at 706-865-2134, ext. 3100.
The university academic calendar is available at www.truett.edu. Choose “Academics”, then “Academic Calendar”.
The university catalog contains policies and procedures, course descriptions, and degree requirements. The university
catalog is available at www.truett.edu. Choose “Academics”, then “Catalog”.
Final grades at the end of the semester will be available to students via Self Service as they are posted by instructors.