Adult and Online Studies provides a variety of program choices for working adults looking to build on their education and to enhance their career opportunities.
The documents below are in either Microsoft Word (doc), Microsoft Excel (xls) or Adobe Acrobat pdf format (pdf). You will need to have the appropriate software loaded on your computer in order to view the files.
ADULT CAREER ADVANCEMENT & STUDENT SERVICES CENTER
Career advancement and/or career change is a key reason that many Tusculum Adult and Online Studies students return to college and complete a degree. The quest for furthering job opportunities, increasing earnings potential and identifying career choices can be one of the most important steps students and graduates take as they plan their path for success.
The Student Services Center (Room 108) in Knoxville serves as a liaison with the Department of Career Services. The Student Services Center can assist with career and graduate school exploration, guidelines for resume and cover letter development and effective job search tips and support. Students and alumni also have access to resources via the Tusculum web page, at Tusculum locations in Morristown and Greeneville or by phone and e-mail.
Working with local and national organizations, the Center hosts recruitment visits and provides free job postings and placement services online and through qualified resume referrals. Mentoring and networking opportunities are also encouraged through Tusculum faculty, alumni and partnerships with area business leaders.
Contact Robin Lay at email@example.com or (423) 444-5105 or (423) 636-5447 ext. 7447 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
View contact information for Adult and Online Studies personnel in Greeneville, Knoxville, and Morristown.
DIRECTIONS TO CAMPUSES
Interative maps are available for all of our campus locations:
The Thomas J. Garland Library on the Greeneville campus, along with the Knoxville Branch of Garland Library, plays a creative and dynamic role in meeting the academic mission of Tusculum. Introduction to Tusculum’s library service commences with new student orientation and is fostered throughout the entire course of study. Internet access to online databases and other resources is available at both library locations or, with passwords, from any computer with Internet access.
The library’s website: http://library.tusculum.edu.
Download forms for students
- Declare/Change Major or Concentration Form
- Drop-Add Form
- FERPA/TSIHEW Waiver Form
- Payment Form
- Research Instructor Approval for Submission
- Verification of Civic Service
The student’s official transcript is prepared by Tusculum. The transcript lists the courses, grades, credits and dates of instruction for each course. Requests for transcripts of coursework at Tusculum must conform to the Family Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, which states that all transcript requests must be submitted in writing and be signed by the student.
You may request a copy of your Tusculum transcript by mailing or faxing the form below.
Again, a written signature is required to mail your transcripts.
- Transcript Request Form (.pdf)
TUSCULUM RESEARCH HANDBOOK
- Adult and Online Studies Research Handbook (with APA 6th ed. hints)
- Adult and Online Studies Research Handbook (with APA 5th ed. hints)
TUSCULUM COLLEGE STUDENT HANDBOOK
Tutors are available to all Adult and Online Studies students. Students can contact the Tutoring Center directly at 423-798-1635, ext. 5211.