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Record number of new students anticipated for Fall semester

By: Texas Southern University

“Tiger Transformation Week” kicks off for newest Tigers
Texas Southern University is poised to welcome one of the largest incoming classes in the history of the University.“We have been anticipating the arrival of these new students, and we are ecstatic that they are finally here on our campus,” said TSU president Dr. Lesia L. Crumpton-Young. “We know Texas Southern University attracts some of the best and brightest students from around the nation and many countries across the world.Enrollment numbers will not be final until early September, but the University projects a freshman class that will become the largest on record, in addition to a significant increase in the number of transfer students.New students began their time at TSU with Tiger Transformation Week (August 15-19), five days of activities to learn the University’s history and make final preparations for the first day of class. New Student Move-In Day took place on Sunday, August 14 (pictured above is President Crumpton-Young with a pair of new Tigers during the move-in event).
Included in the Tiger Transformation Week events was a special pinning ceremony where new students took the Tiger Oath and alumni welcomed them into the TSU family with a tailgate on Sawyer Plaza. The Class of ’26 also posed for a group picture (above) while the Ocean of Soul performed for them. Classes begin August 22.During the first week of classes (August 22-26), all students will experience Tiger Nation Takeover, a weeklong series of welcoming events taking place throughout campus.
See the above schedule for the “Tiger Nation Takeover,” which takes place during the first week of classes.Here are some additional images from New Student Move-In Day:

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