Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Is TINT still partnering with PSU (Portland State University)?
No, after 40 years of working together, PSU notified us in January of 2018 that they are shutting down our department in June of 2018. We are excited to now partner with Seattle Pacific University. They will offer our students a streamlined registration processes, less fees and more flexibility. Click here to read more.
2. Are TINT Classes Quarter hours or Semester hours?
Graduate Level Quarter Hours
3. How do I request a transcript from SPU (Seattle Pacific University)?
Visit this page: http://spu.edu/depts/sas/students/transcripts.asp
4. How many PDUs do I earn for a course taken for University Credit? For Non-Credit?
According to TSPC:
"If you are using college credits (earned as a student) as PDUs, you will need to submit an Official Transcript (unopened in the sealed envelope it was issued from) or eTranscript (emailed directly from the college/university) along with a Log of Professional Development Activities. Credit may be earned from a community college, college, or university so long as the course number is 100 or greater; in other words, either undergraduate or graduate level credit is acceptable. Coursework counts as follows:
One quarter of college credit = 20 PDUs (a 1 quarter class = 20 PDUs, a 2 quarter class = 40 PDUs, etc.)"
SPU Classes are 5000 level which indicates continuing education graduate level credits. So 1 qtr credit from SPU will = 20 PDUs etc.
When you take a course for graduate credit, the amount of PDUs that you earn is doubled. For example:
1 credit course non-credit (pay only the TINT Tuition Fee)= 10 PDUs.
1 credit course for credit (pay the TINT Tuition Fee and the University Credit fee)= 20 PDUs.
2 credit course non-credit (pay only the TINT Tuition Fee)= 20 PDUs.
2 credit course for credit (pay the TINT Tuition Fee and the University Credit fee)= 40 PDUs.
3 credit course non-credit (pay only the TINT Tuition Fee)= 30 PDUs.
3 credit course for credit (pay the TINT Tuition Fee and the University Credit fee)= 60 PDUs.
4 credit course non-credit (pay only the TINT Tuition Fee)= 40 PDUs.
4 credit course for credit (pay the TINT Tuition Fee and the University Credit fee)= 80 PDUs.
5 credit course non-credit (pay only the TINT Tuition Fee)= 50 PDUs.
5 credit course for credit (pay the TINT Tuition Fee and the University Credit fee)= 100 PDUs.
5. Can TINT Classes be used for Licensure purposes?
Yes, even though TSPC has tightened their criteria for the kinds of activities which qualify for PDUs for licensure purposes, we are happy to confirm that TINT's graduate classes continue to meet TSPC requirements. TSPC clarifies on their website, that college coursework remains completely acceptable and doubles the # of PDUs earned (see #4 above).
6. If I must cancel a class, will I be reimbursed?
If you must withdrawal from a class, please notify TINT by phone (503.746.7051) or by email (email@example.com) ASAP. For online classes with SPU: Withdrawals submitted within 7 days of enrollment will receive a 95 percent refund. Withdrawals submitted after that point will not receive a refund and no withdrawals will be accepted after the last course session. More info here.
7. Does TINT Issue Tax Documents?
At TINT we don't issue tax documents. In the past our students have had success using their receipts. Please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need another copy.
8. Can I have a copy of a W-9 form for TINT?
Yes. You can download it here: LINK to W9
9. I took a class through Portland State University. How do I access my grades?
Use this link: https://www.pdx.edu/registration/transcript-requests