Student Support Resources
Welcome to the Division of Student Services and Enrollment Management. We welcome you to step into the Tiger life at TSU, where the sun shines a little brighter, the people are a whole lot friendlier, and you have the resources you need to the best version of you. Click on the resource below for more information about how we can help you achieve your dreams!
Dedicated to improving the lives of older adults through education, training and referral services.
Find important information about buying your books, supplies, graduation and spirit wear from the on campus bookstore.
Find your way around our beautiful campus.
Whether you want to explore career options, find a job or internship, or prepare for an interview, this team is here for you.
Offering high quality programs to help students and families to succeed.
The Counseling Center provides individual and group counseling, and other resources to support the holistic development of each student and contributes to their optimal academic success.
The Student Conduct unit is charged with the responsibility of relaying the importance of having all students abide by the rules and regulations of Texas Southern University.
Learn more about dining options on campus.
The SASO is a program designed to uphold governmental statues and regulations associated with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (amended in 2008) and Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The SASO assist those with disabilities in a confidential, respectful, and friendly environment to ensure equal opportunity and accessibility to college programs and activities.
The Texas Southern University Office of Special Events and Event Services supports campus organizations, departments, the University as well as external entities as in the planning and executing of day to day events and activities.
Providing helpful information so that you can know your options for paying for college at TSU.
Parking and Shuttles
Engage in healthy lifestyles through sport, fitness and recreational opportunities.
Learn more about living on campus.
TSU has over 135 student organizations covering a wide range of interest areas.
A health and wellness resource for the TSU student community.
Offers a comprehensive set of opportunities and strategic interventions that are designed to improve retention and educational outcomes at TSU.
Texas Southern University Testing Center (UTC) is committed to providing quality test services to its clientele.
A resource to assist students in resolving academic related conflicts or complaints within the University.
The goal of the Tiger Market Food Pantry is to provide non-perishable food items to aid TSU students struggling with food insecurity. We also provide professional clothing attire to set you up for success for job interviews and internships. We provide staff to connect you to other campus and community resources.
TRiO Student Support Services
Provides academic support and non-cognitive assistance designed to increase low income, first generation college student’s retention and graduation rate of from a post-secondary program of study.
The TSU Campus Police encourages each member of the campus community – students, faculty and staff – to take an active role in preventing and reporting incidents that jeopardize safety on campus.
A student may voluntarily withdraw for any reason through the middle of the term of instruction. Withdrawal after the middle of the semester may be granted by the Medical Withdrawal Designee only in exceptional circumstances and will be applied narrowly.
The mission of the Texas Southern University Office of Veterans Affairs is to provide every veteran and dependent first class holistic educational, mental, physical and career service.