The Office of Academic Advising is comprised of professional academic advisors who partner with faculty and staff across campus to help you succeed.”
“Get Involved” is the number one piece of advice given to students during their time at Tarleton. At Tarleton, there are over 100 student organizations. That means there are more than 100 opportunities to find your place at Tarleton.
Your Tarleton Texan one stop shop for textbooks, merchandise, apparel, and so much more.
Student Counseling Services provides short-term, solution-focused counseling and support to Tarleton State University students.
The mission of Career Services is to empower students and alumni to synthesize, articulate, and leverage their academic and co-curricular knowledge to be competitive. We help students think globally and long-term through career and personal development.
Dean of Students
The Dean of Students Administrative Office (DOSAO) is here to support every student in all aspects of the student experience. Our team is committed to student success by promoting and leading with dignity and creating a culture of belonging and well-being.
Tarleton Online Diplomats
The Tarleton State University – Online Diplomats will promote and model the Tarleton institutional core values of excellence, integrity, and respect in all interactions with others. Diplomats are students that will attend and assist with college fairs, marketing activities, and recruiting events, assist Tarleton Online staff with campus-related activities, participate in leadership training, and assist with outreach programs. Click here to join.
Student Accessibility Services provides resources and referral information to meet the diverse needs of our students, faculty, and staff.
Student Health Services
Tarleton Student Health Services is available to currently enrolled students who have paid the Student Health Fee. This includes Stephenville campus, Fort Worth and Waco Learning Centers, as well as Global students.
Leadership and Service
At Tarleton , we believe that true leadership is a skill that can be learned by anyone. It’s a process that helps you identify and understand your personal values, the importance of interdependence with others, and your responsibility to contribute to a greater society.
The Rickett Library and Learning Commons are on the first floor of Tarleton State University – Fort Worth.
The Office of Financial Aid helps you apply for, accept and manage federal, state and university funding to achieve your educational goals as a Tarleton Texan.
The Purple Pantry @ Fort Worth is available during the building operational hours. Purple Pantry @ Fort Worth is accessible by card swipe.
Student Resources & Basic Needs
A personalized resource hub for all Texans.
Parking and transportation services protects and manages capacity and mobility for the students, faculty and staff who are adhering to university rules and regulations. Proper management also protects capacity to effectively host events and activities for visitors to campus.
Apply for Graduation, Learn more about Commencement, purchase your cap and gown, get connected with Career Services, and join our Alumni Association.
Texan ID Card
The Texan Card is the university’s identification card issued to students, faculty, staff, and others. It is a photo ID with a magnetic stripe, and is used for a variety of things, such as building access, entry into on-campus events, and Texan Bucks, a stored-value debit system for use on and off-campus.
Tutoring and Learning, Academic Testing
The primary mission of the Tutoring and Learning Center (TLC) is to assist students in developing effective techniques for facilitating their own learning.