At TLU, learning doesn't stop when you leave the classroom. We take the social aspect of college life to the next level and create an environment where activities meet academics. There's a little something here to interest every student and make TLU a community that feels like home.
When you come to TLU, you’ll discover your passion and talents and you’ll learn how to use those talents to make a meaningful impact outside the classroom. We’ll challenge you with unique academic experiences, while encouraging you to get involved with campus life activities and social organizations.
At TLU, learning doesn't stop when you leave the classroom. Our residence halls and apartments are a hub of activity for social and educational programs and events.
We build relationships. Honor societies, academic organizations, Greek fraternities and sororities, professional organizations, intramural sports, service and social organizations, Campus Ministry and music and theatre groups are all part of the TLU spirit and culture of community, learning and service.
Center for Servant Leadership
The Jon and Sandra Moline Center for Servant Leadership (CSL) facilitates opportunities for students to grow as global citizens and civic leaders through community service and civic engagement. We partner with local leaders, community organizations, and residents to improve the quality of life of people on the margins, remembering that God’s people are reminded to care for “the least of these.” Together, we believe we can make both Seguin and the Earth a stronger, healthier and better community for all.
We're committed to making sure every TLU student has access to not only support services, but a support system. From campus safety measures to academic support, students and parents alike can be assured that there is someone working to meet the needs of students so they can be successful during their time at TLU.
Family & First year
The First Year and Campus Programs office coordinates campus programs, including New Student Orientation, that focus on specialized support for students to ensure a successful first year or transfer experience. This office is home to programs such as Peer Mentors and Parents & Family support, as well as academic and social initiatives for commuters, transfers, athletes and first-generation students.
About Student Life & Learning
The Dean manages two associate deans who oversee the departments of academic advising, academic support services, career development services, counseling and disability services, first year and campus programs, health services, residence life and student activities.
Title IX Nondiscrimination Policy
Texas Lutheran University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Dr. Bernadette Buchanan, Title IX Coordinator, 830-372-8060. TLU's Title IX policies are outlined at www.tlu.edu/titleix.
For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481.
- TLU Experience
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- Center for Servant Leadership
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- Family & First year
- About Student Life & Learning
- Title IX Nondiscrimination Policy