As a distance learning student at TCU, you have access to a wide range of student and academic services.
Online students may find the following especially helpful:
- Complaint Process for Distance Learning Students
- Licensure and Certification Information for Distance Learning Programs
- Online Learning Readiness Quiz
- State Authorization and SARA, Experiential Learning Placements
- Tuition Refund Policy
General TCU Resources & Information
- Academic Catalog
- Academic Misconduct
- Campus Life – Dean’s Office
- Campus Store
- Center for Digital Expression
- Code of Student Conduct / Student Handbook
- Disabilities Services
- Financial Aid
- Student Affairs
- Title IX
- William L. Adams Center for Writing
Please inform the director of your online program or prospective online program about any moves or planned moves. If a student moves to a state in which a given online program is not authorized or has not secured approval for experiential learning placements, this may result in a delay in meeting necessary program requirements or state licensure/credential requirements or a failure to meet them altogether.
Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008: Federal Compliance and Student Consumer Information
The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires institutions of higher education participating in federal student aid programs to report and disclose information from various administrative areas to current and prospective students; current and prospective employees; and the public. In compliance with Title IV and other federal disclosure laws, HEA 101 at TCU is a list of links to student consumer information and legal disclosures for the campus.