Student Resources

Please check out the links below for helpful information for current students. If you can’t find something you’re looking for or have a question, please reach out to Corinne Camm, , Kinesiology Program Specialist.


Advising and Degree Completion Planning

Advising is an important and meaningful part of your academic experience at TU. Make the most of it with help from the department’s dedicated advising resources.

Change Major

Complete the change major form to add/drop or change a major/minor.

Class Registration Information

Please review the following information regarding class registration. This includes information on holds, waitlisted classes, and major-only classes.

If you have questions regarding pre-requisites for classes, please review your major advising plan or speak to your advisor.

Registrar’s Office

The Registrar’s Office provides services to students, faculty, administrators, alumni and the general public in the areas listed below:

  • Academic Standards and Policies
  • Curriculum and Catalog Management
  • Enrollment Verification
  • FERPA Policy
  • Graduation
  • Reenrollment
  • Registration and Records/Transcripts
  • Residency Classification
  • State/National/Military Exchange Programs

Scholarships, Grants and Awards

Please visit our Scholarships Page for information regarding scholarships offered through the Department of Kinesiology.

Social Media

Check out our social media platforms

Kinesiology Department Appeals Policy

Before Submitting an Appeal

Prior to submitting a formal grade appeal, please note the following.

Talk to Your Instructor

Many issues can be resolved through conversation with the course instructor. An effort should be made to resolve disputes by communicating clearly with the professor. In addition to resolving issues, engaging in conversation with the professor helps students develop essential workplace communication skills.

Check the Course Grading Policy

Formal grade appeals will only be considered after the final course grade has been posted. Students who disagree with grades assigned during the course must discuss those grades with the professor. Students are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with all grading policies from the course syllabus and any other materials distributed or posted by the professor.

Follow the Process

Grade appeals must follow the academic hierarchy of the university, which is described in the steps below. Students attempting to enter the process at a higher level will be directed back to the appropriate step in the process.

Students who wish to appeal a grade must do so by the end of the following fall or spring term (i.e., by December of the same calendar year for spring and summer courses; by May of the same academic year for fall courses).