Especially For High School Guidance Counselors

TU’s Commitment To Guidance Counselors

Tiffin University depends a great deal on high school guidance counselors to assist us in helping students make a smooth transition to the college experience. On this page, you will find information about the Post Secondary Options, and a convenient Admissions Timeline.

If you have any questions please contact our Admissions Office at (800) 968-6446 ext. 3423

Post Secondary Options

Tiffin University offers high school students the opportunity to take college classes while still enrolled in high school. High school students are integrated into the classroom and online programs with Tiffin University students. To get more information please go to Post Secondary Options.

Admissions Timeline for Guidance Counselors

JUNE – SEPTEMBER

·         Gather information on each college. Have admissions representatives from colleges come and talk with students.

·         Help determine what students want in a college. Identify important characteristics – size of classes, total enrollment, location, programs offered, services, atmosphere, activities, scholarships, academic reputation, etc.

·         Have students write for information from the colleges that have their desired features or check them out on the Web.

SEPTEMBER – DECEMBER

·         Have students register to take or retake the ACT or SAT. Tiffin University’s ACT code is 3334.

·         Have students start to Apply for Admission. Narrow your college choices down to two or three.

·         Visit the colleges you have selected, attend area college fairs, and talk with college admission counselors visiting your high school.

·         Hold an information session about the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

·         Send transcripts and test scores to the colleges that students have applied.

JANUARY – FEBRUARY

·         Make sure students have information on the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to the Federal Student Aid Program.

MARCH – APRIL

·         Help students make final decision. Have students talk to people who attended or attend the college(s).

·         Visit the college(s) again.

·         Students will start to receive financial aid packages. Have the students contact their Admissions Counselor or the Financial Aid Office if they have any questions.

·         Attend an Early Registration and Scheduling Program to schedule their Fall Semester classes ($150 tuition deposit must be paid to attend)

MAY 1

·         Deadline for $150.00 Tuition and Housing Deposit to be refunded.

·         Attend a May Registration and Scheduling Program to schedule Fall Semester classes.

JUNE – AUGUST

·         Attend an Registration and Scheduling Program to schedule Fall Semester classes, if not already scheduled.

·         Attend a Freshman Weekend program.