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All incoming first-year students are required to attend Orientation. In order to provide the best experience available, space in each session is limited. Sessions fill on a first-come, first-serve basis so please reserve your spot as soon as you are able.
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Before preparing course schedules, students are strongly encouraged to review the requirements for renewal of scholarships and financial aid. General policies for all programs and specific requirements for academic scholarships may be found in current Texas Christian University Bulletin for Undergraduate Studies and Texas Christian University Bulletin for Graduate Studies. All students should review the Student Financial Aid Statement of Satisfactory Academic Progress in the Bulletin.
The Financial Services Office will have information on estimated aid; therefore, financial aid recipients do not ordinarily need to contact the Office of Scholarships and Student Financial Aid. Students who applied for loans and did not authorize TCU to apply directly to their student accounts must obtain a loan check release from the Office of Scholarships and Student Financial Aid to present to the Financial Service Office for receipt of loan proceeds.
Records of students are protected under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and they have certain rights to inspect, review, and amend them. Public information can be restricted by students.
This Federal law states that a written institutional policy must be established and that a statement of adopted procedures covering the privacy rights of students be made available. The law provides that the institution maintains the confidentiality of student education records.
The University accords all the rights under the law to its students. Students wishing access to a complete copy of the regulation and the University policy governing their educational records may do so at the offices of the Provost/Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, The Harrison, Suite 3100; Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, The Harrison, Suite 2200; Dean of Campus Life, The Harrison, Suite 1600; Registrar, The Harrison, Suite 1300; or Scholarships and Financial Aid, The Harrison, Suite 1300.