Jeannie Smith, Director/Advisor
Advisors: Lisa Brown, Tammy Keylon
Mission statement: To provide students, especially non-traditional students, quality advisement and serve as a gateway to the University. The Student Success Center will act as a student’s liaison to the University, answering their questions and acting as a representative on the student’s behalf for the College of Interdisciplinary Studies.
The Student Success Center is the initial point of contact for students who are majoring in an undergraduate program offered through the College of Interdisciplinary Studies. The SSC offers one-on-one advisement to discuss career goals and explore program options in order to develop a plan of study. The SSC provides information on registration as well as the general education requirements and the academic regulations to complete a Bachelor of Science degree at Tennessee Tech University.
Each undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree offered through the College of Interdisciplinary Studies requires 41 credit hours of general education courses (English composition, Literature, Oral Communications, American History, Social and Behavioral Science, Humanities, Mathematics, and Natural Science) and 45 credit hours of upper division courses (3000-4000 level) with at least 12 credit hours at the 4000 level. The remaining hours, 34 credit hours, of any level elective credit to total the requirement of 120 credit hours. Transfer students may transfer up to 60 credit hours from a 2-year community college. At least 60 credit hours must completed at a 4-year school and at least 30 hours completed at TTU. Students must meet the Undergraduate Degree Requirements at Tennessee Tech University.