Academic Advising is a critical part of student success. Students can receive academic advising help year-round in various ways that give them convenient and quality sessions with their professional advisors to help them plan their path to success.
October to January is peak registration, and individual appointments are limited. The best way to get help from wherever you are is to utilize the zoom advising sessions below or EagleQ
How Can We Help You?
Group Help Sessions
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By far the most popular, efficient and convenient advising opportunity for students. Students can sign up for one of two daily zoom sessions. Held at 10am or 2pm, student will join other students in small group advising session with an advisor. Sessions are designed for both new students, transfer students and current students. The goal of each session is to have all students fully registered in this one stop event.
Advising Center, 2nd Floor
Meet face to face with the first available advisor. These advising sessions are generally designed for quick things like schedule change, question about pre-requisites courses, etc. At certain times of the year, students can walk in and get a graduation check or have an Academic Plan customized to be ready to register when the registration windows open.
Students may login to Eagle Q and receive a call back from the first available advisor. These advising session are generally designed for quick things like schedule change, question about pre-requisites courses.Login in to EagleQ
Schedule on Workday
NEW AND IMPROVED TCC ADVISOR CONNECTION NOW AVAILBLE
Appointments can be made with assigned advisor through TCC Advisor Connection on Workday Dashboard. Advisor availability differs from time to time and may be at capacity and unavailable at high traffic times.Learn More
Spring 2023 Academic Planning & Registration Help Sessions
Advising Sessions will be held over Zoom at 10am or 2pm. To Zoom students must use TCC zoom account.
BEFORE you sign up for an Advising Session, please make sure you have your TCC login set up. For Zoom sessions, students must use TCC zoom accounts. Please make sure you have completed an Admissions Application and have a TCC login.
Immediately after registration, you will receive a TCC Outlook email with the Zoom link & passcode. Trouble getting into Zoom Sessions? Click Here.
**Students on Academic Probation, Suspension or Dismissal should use EagleQ or Walk-in for Advising.
See all of the programs and courses TCC has to offer.
TCC’s Workforce Development Division offers customized courses and services to enhance employees’ careers, programs to improve business effectiveness and support for returning adult learners. We adapt to the evolving needs of the community, customize offerings based on solid research and produce programs that positively impact North Florida’s economy.
On the hunt for your perfect career? Stop searching. We’ve got teams to help with that. Meet with an advisor or check out our online to learn more about which program areas best suit your skills and interests.
The Nursing (R.N.), A.S. degree prepares students to function effectively and safely in entry-level registered nursing positions and for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).
This is a limited-access and limited enrollment program. See all Healthcare Program requirements.
For more information about this program including student achievement outcome data, click here.
Connect2Complete New Student Orientation course
The Connect2Complete course is a set of self-paced, virtual modules that provide an overview of significant facets of TCC life including Academic Standards and the Code of Conduct.
New Student Welcome-part of getting started at TCC
As part of orientation at TCC, all new, first-time college and transfer students should participate in a virtual New Student Welcome. Hear from faculty and staff about the nuts and bolts of starting college, from what to expect in the classroom, to campus life and more.
Men of Color Collective
MCC provides an intersection between student advisement, student engagement, and academics, with a goal of increasing college completion and economic mobility among men of color.